Please use the school supply list to buy the listed school supplies, and bring school supplies back before Sunday, August 5. Your donations will help meet the needs of less-privileged elementary students.
At Heritage we support several long-term missionaries. One critical piece to their overall care is sending teams. Each missionary needs a team of people who assist them on the field or while back in the states.
For more details about sending teams, contact Suzi Ware.
Heritage is actively involved with supporting the work of over 65 indigenous missionaries in 20 different countries. These are people who became believers in their own country and are now serving full time to reach their own or a neighboring country. Most of them are in an unreached area where there is virtually no access to the Gospel.
For more details about these missionaries or how you can be involved, contact Edie Hardin.
Join us Thursdays at 6:30am in the Heritage cafe. We pray for our missionaries, global spiritual concerns and other ministry outreaches. We know it’s early, but coffee is available. Enter through the far west, side door.
For more details contact Global Ministries.
An innovative offender re-entry program for men and women returning to central Ohio. Offenders receive support and guidance as they navigate their journey from incarceration to independence both prior to release and after they return to the community.
For more details, contact Debbi Roberts, Volunteer Leader or Christine Money, Executive Director, 614-477-1426.
5 to 6 times per year
The main emphasis is on sharing the Gospel and providing spiritual and prayer support for the inmates. Registration is required in order to be permitted into the prison and you must be 18 or older to participate.
For more details, contact Debbi Roberts or call 614-898-9412 x511.
A variety of volunteer opportunities are available for Life Groups and/or individuals at Rahab’s. Opportunities include: home maintenance and construction, mentoring, transportation and Bible study.
For more details, email Wayne Benson or call 614-898-9412 x617.
We teach adults English at multiple levels, beginning with basic conversation skills and moving up to Grade 5. Our English classes go from 9:45-11:45am Tuesdays & Thursdays, and from 9:30-11:30am on Saturdays.
We prepare our adult immigrant refugee friends for US citizenship, equipping them to understand the privileges and responsibilities that go along with being a good citizen. We meet on Wednesday mornings from 9:45-11:45am.
We help prepare adults to pass the GED high-school equivalency test. The GED requires proficiency in Language: Reading & Writing, Math, Science, and Social Sciences. The Math track meets Thursdays 7-8:30pm.
Anyone who has a love for children and a desire to serve God in this community is welcome to join us! No teaching qualification or experience is necessary. All materials are provided and each tutor can request the grade level they are comfortable to tutor. Come join us to bless and impact the lives of these precious children who need our help!
A multi-faceted Family Assistance Center that provides critical emergency services to nearly 20,000 individuals which includes 7,000 poor families, elderly, shut-ins, and handicapped. VM has relocated to a new facility under the banner of Center of Hope.
For more details, download the VM serving opportunities sheet.
3rd & 4th Saturday each month
Prepare and serve breakfast for homeless families facing a housing crisis. Since young people are welcome to serve alongside their parents, this is a great opportunity for families to serve together.
For more details, contact Tracie Bayer, Executive Director, or call 614-638-7713.
Monday through Friday, 9am-4:30pm
WARM provides short-term assistance and educational services through an array of services which include the FEED Food Pantry, WORK Initiative, HOPE Program, Kids Lunch Club and many others. While most volunteers stock shelves, organize the pantry and shop with clients through the food pantry, many help in other ways.
For more details, contact Karan Stempko or Taylor Owens.
The Bridge partners along with Legal Aid Society of Columbus & Greater Hilltop Shalom Zone to provide free legal advice to those in need. We are in need of immigration lawyers. The Legal Clinic meets the second Thursdays at 5:30pm at the Crossroads United Methodist Church.
There are many different serving opportunities within this project, some will help prepare & serve the meal, set up, clean up, open & run the pantries, and those who feel comfortable, are asked to grab a meal and sit down with those who come through our doors and get to know them. The Bridge hosts a weekly soup kitchen on Tuesday nights, 6:30-8pm and open the needs & food pantries as well. Typically, volunteers arrive around 5:30pm.
The Bridge partners with Habitat for Humanity to build a houses for a family that needs extra support in Columbus several times a year. The entire frame of the house is built in the bridge’s parking lot and then the work we do is transferred onsite of the purchased property.
Celebrate the sanctity of human life and help support the ministries of Pregnancy Decision Health Centers by volunteering.
For more details or to sign up, visit the PDHC website.
CHLOE empowers young single moms to become self-sufficient, resilient and adaptable. By providing safe haven and education, CHLOE works to equip their clients with the skills needed to prevent and break the cycle of poverty. If you have a heart for teaching others good parenting skills, then CHLOE could use your help mentoring teen moms!
For more details, contact Brandy Deichert.
2nd and 3rd Sunday each month
Worship service and visiting time with residents of an assisted living facility. Join us as we develop friendships and spiritually support the elderly in our community.
To serve 2nd Sundays, contact John & Lorene Leis or 614-946-1237. To serve 3rd Sundays, contact Mike Durand or 614-302-8920.
3rd Sundays at 2pm
Parkside is located at the SE corner of N. Spring Road and Maxtown. Parkside accommodates independent living and assisted living retirees as well as seniors requiring memory care. Join us for worship and visiting time with residents of Westerville’s newest multi-use retirement facility.
For more details, contact Bob and Nancy Garver or call 614-898-9244.
Partner with us to give the GIFT OF LIFE. Your one donation can save up to three lives. Individuals who are at least 17 years of age, meet the weight & height requirement (110 pounds or more), and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate. Please bring your ID when you come.
For more details, call 1-800-RED CROSS (733-2767) or visit redcrossblood.org, sponsor code: HCC.
Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs ages 14 and older. On February 9, 2018, churches from around the world hosted Night to Shine for thousands of honored guests and we were again grateful to be part of it.