"Well Done Good and Faithful Servant"    (Matt 25:23)

Jesus spoke these words in the parable of the talents speaking to the servant who used his talents wisely.  He wants to say these words to us at the end of our life.  

Every day hundreds of people, just like you and me, get up and go out to help people in  need in our community.  They might show up to help one day a year or give one hour a week; feeding the hungry; helping to shelter the homeless; building affordable housing; visiting the sick or lonely; collecting clothing for needy children; packing meals for children coming to school hungry; distributing food at food trucks and pantries; driving seniors to medical appointments; supporting disabled veterans; building handicap ramps; doing home repairs; working in prison ministry...

The list is endless. 

Some are simply motivated by their desire to "do something good."  
Many believe, as we do, that we honor and serve God when we help our neighbors in need.  
These are "Faithful Servants" 

This is your invitation to join us. 

Anyone who helps someone in need will tell you they receive far more than they give.
There is no way to describe the feeling you get when you help someone in need.

Please take a look at the "Opportunity Directory" to see how you can help.
No one can do everything but everyone can do something.

Best of all, in the end, you will hear the words:

"Well done, my good and Faithful Servant"

"Volunteers don't necessarily have the time, they just have the heart."        

Elizabeth Andrew