Micah Ecumenical Ministries- Serve our housing-insecure population;
- CURRENT NEED! - COLD WEATHER SHELTHER - FUMC is committed to assisting the CWS on the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Saturday nights of the month between November and February. This opportunity involves folding clean linen, making beds when needed, and welcoming guests when they arrive on the bus. Paid Micah staff is also present to help. FUMC is committed to assisting the CWS on the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Saturday nights of the month between November and February.
OTHER MICAH needs:
Breakfast Teams: FUMC is a breakfast site on Tuesday mornings. We need a small crew to make coffee, provide a simple breakfast, and enjoy morning fellowship with our neighbors. Individuals are also welcome to sign up. This is for the 1st or 2nd Tuesdays from December through March. Sign up here: FUMC : Tuesday Morning Micah Breakfasts or contact Diane Cotter at or 540-845-9636 for more info!
Bus Drivers: FUMC provides transportation in our 15-passenger bus from the CWS to breakfast on Tuesday and Saturday mornings around 7 AM. Please contact Mike Cotter at
or 540-842-9398 for more info!
Pack lunches for clients and distribute them at the day center, contact FUMC Coordinator - Art Sheffield at )
FOOD PANTRY (at FUMC) - Easy signup https://tinyurl.com/PantryHelp
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Email for information at ; Donation Inquiries (Tom) 401-465-7909
Immediate NEEDS: New Boxed Cereal, Size 3-6 diapers, and baby wipes. We can only accept unexpired unopened items.
Community Dinner - Cook and serve a family-style dinner, available to any and all community members. 2nd Saturday of the month
(contact Clay Murray at )
Furniture Bank - 2nd Saturday of every month, help make a house a home by picking up and dropping off furniture and home good items from donors to recently re-housed neighbors. Contact Bill Botts at or or call Bill - at 540-656-0843 or Sue - 540-376-2219 (the coordinator of this will change to Chuck Stout in 2024)
Check out THIS page & video for more information about this important ministry!
SAWs: SAWs (Servants at Work) is a national organization, with a local chapter that, builds wooden wheelchair ramps for the homebound on an almost weekly basis. (Contact, )
Check out THIS video of this amazing ministry!
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