Ways We Serve

Blessing Box

The Blessing Box is reaching out to help others and generous donations of personal items, and foods are making a difference. Please continue to donate ANY non-perishable food item to the Blessing Box. Anyone can take the materials, foods they need, with no payment, or application necessary.

Box is located on the exit/entrance to parking lot. 

Ronald McDonald House

Helps provide dinner for those who are housed awaiting medical procedures of their loved ones.  Meet at Ronald McDonald House 1300 Sports Center Dr. Lexington, KY 40502 pm, or donate for food.

Sue Cook (email)  First Tuesday of every month at 6 pm

Natalie's Sisters

Is a ministry which creates life changing opportunities for women in the sex industry by extending hope, support, and God’s unconditional love. In addition to providing lunches, the ministry continues to need many items donated. See the sheet in the entryway which lists items needed. Please donate what you can to help. Leave items in the blue containers provided in the entryway. And SAVE THE DATES for helping prep lunches.

God's Food Pantry

We are fighting hunger, and delivering hope to those in need. Volunteers are needed at the St. Luke’s location of God’s Pantry on Friday evenings between 6-7:30 PM. This is a wonderful ministry and we are always looking for people who are willing to serve one Friday every 2-3 months. If you would like to serve others in this way and would like to be added to the rotation, please email Bill Hiles at lettuce@twc.com

Services pantry for those in community who require additional sustenance. 

Partners for Youth

Partners for Youth works to empower the community to support our most vulnerable and valuable youth in Lexington. Their mission is “to promote positive youth development and to prevent juvenile delinquency through collaboration and capacity building.” Partners for Youth is a coalition of Lexington-Fayette County community leaders.     If you would like to be involved, we need you!  

Please Contact Roxanne Cheney or Dawn Webb (Roxi1b@gmail.com)

 

Refugee Ministries

The Kentucky Refugee Ministries in Kentucky are an outreach community that advocates for and provides resettlement services to refugees to encourage hope and an increased sense of belonging and inclusion to our future American citizens. There are two programs, if you are interested, you may help with listed below. The English language program requires that you are certified in this field, and a free program is offered annually through the Ministries. English Language to Mother’s After School program for kids

Refit

We not only pay attention to one’s spiritual and basic needs, but also want everyone to enjoy the benefits that come with being physically. Come join us for REFIT (a dance-based fitness class).  Class time is from 9-10 am and cost is $5 each/class.

No experience necessary.  Questions, please contact Denise Adams at ()

St. Augustines Chapel

College students are generally hungry students, and we can reach them through their stomachs by providing a meal. This has proven a great way to reach out with Christian love to enjoin them to gather with us. One month a year is assigned to our Church to provide meal service. If you are interested, please contact Bob Cook: Robertcook3@hotmail.com)

MillCreek Elementary School

We work in alliance with the neighborhood school to help provide lunches, supervised activity, and a wide variety of other activities as requested.     

Please Contact Dawn Webb: (QueenGardenSong@gmail.com)

Care

We also house several community support groups such as AA, Al-ANON, and Narcotics Anonymous. This is a free service, as we believe in supporting those people in our community who, as part of their treatment, need a continuous support group to help them in their recovery journey.    

Provision of Space for those in need.

We also house several community support groups such as AA (every Monday at 7 pm), Al-ANON (4 pm and 6 pm every Sunday), and Narcotics Anonymous (every Tuesday at 7 pm). This is a free service, as we believe in supporting those people in our community who, as part of their treatment, need a continuous support group to help them in their recovery journey.