SMCC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
“DISCIPLESHIP FOR YOUR HANDS”
Serving within our community is a great opportunity for you, your family or your small group to take your next step in becoming fully delighted and fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ
CENTRAL COMPASSION CENTER FOOD PANTRY is always looking for volunteers to help distribute food and clothes to the homeless in downtown Salt Lake City. Join us the first Saturday of the month at the Church of the Nazarene, 1099 W. 800 S. SLC. Contact Jeremy Johnston 801-664-1392
HEALING NATIONS (HN) facilitates partnerships between North American churches and churches around the world, addressing physical, social and emotional needs while developing long term partnerships. HN facilitates short term teams for SMCC to accomplish hands-on compassion projects with partners in Haiti, Honduras, and Guatemala. HN also provided medical missions every 6 month to Guatemala. For more information about upcoming trips and projects, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
HOLDING OUT HELP (HOH) provides assistance through a network of volunteers, state agencies, and individual donors to assist those leaving polygamous communities. If you’re interested in exploring providing temporary housing, physical/financial donations or services, please contact email@example.com or call/text 801.548.3492.
BECAUSE HE FIRST LOVED US is a relational ministry to refugee families to meet spiritual, educational and practical needs through family mentoring and resource networking. Volunteer opportunities vary from tutoring, boys & girls basketball programs, dance programs, art programs and special events. Contact Danielle Alcala at 801.979.7707 or firstname.lastname@example.org
THE SALT LAKE CITY RESCUE MISSION serves homeless people in distress. On the first Wednesday of the month a team of youth and adults help serve dinner and provide programming to the homeless community at the mission. Contact Earl Potter at email@example.com for more information.
CAREPORTAL is a connecting platform that brings the needs of hurting children and families in your community to your attention. Caseworkers uncover the needs (usually beds, car seats and household items) then an SMCC point person sends out an email to people who have signed up to help, giving them a real-time opportunity to respond. Contact Suzy Wiebe 801-631-2830.