- Food pantry/monthly food collections-volunteers needed
- Clothing-donations needed
- Warm Up Sunday-Coat Collection for winter months (October 26-November 2, 2014)
- Easter – Egg hunt, cookout for the Smyrna community sponsored by Smyrna FUMC
- Thanksgiving Turkey drive/Donations-Sponsored by Smyrna FUMC
- Toy Drive during the Holiday season begins November 2014 (completed)
- School Backpack/Supplies drive – July 2014 (completed)
- Easter in the Park – April 4, 2015
Monthly meals for men in transitional housing-city of Atlanta. We provide dinner on the 4th Tuesday of every month. For more information contact Alan Nicely.
On Sunday nights, our campus comes together for worship, followed by a meal and fellowship – something we call “Agape Meals.” We will continue these in the new year, and we need your help! If your group is interested in joining us for worship and providing a meal, email Jane Howland, email@example.com or call 404-327-5832
Mentoring – Mentor children in local elementary schools (Primarily Belmont Hills Elementary)
Partner in Education-Fitzhugh Lee/Haven Academy – Numerous activities throughout the school year. Contact Alan Nicely, 770-436-4108 ext. 259 or [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email] for more information.
Heavenly P.J’s. – Provides pajamas for children in emergency homeless shelters in the area. Pajama Night at Wednesday Night Live Dinner on March 4, 2015. Contact person is Jackie Thornton or Donna Corindia. email@example.com
- The Harpst Center is a residential treatment center where children with severe emotional problems receive professional care. Largely due to abuse and neglect, these children are placed here from their county court systems or other referral sources responsible for children in need of help. For many of these children, the Harpst Center is a last chance to become stable and whole again. In addition, the Harpst Center supervises a community-based therapeutic foster care program.The Murphy Center serves pre-school children from the local community through a partnership with Head Start. The offices of the Polk County Council for Children and Families, The Court Appointed Special Advocate, and the District Office of the “Right from the Start” Medicaid program are all housed on that campus. Over 150 children are in school there daily. The mission to children and to the community continues from humble beginnings and the determination of Sarah Murphy. Today, for many little children, the Murphy Campus is a first chance at education, aftercare services for children completing the residential treatment program, therapeutic wraparound services for children and families, and is developing an array of other community services designed to complete the Murphy-Harpst continuum of care.
740 Fletcher Street • Cedartown, Georgia 30125-3249
• fax (770) 749-1094
- Receive needed food, clothing, shelter, health care and adult care.
- Attend school and receive a quality education.
- Graduate with a secondary school education.
Individual Church members support children through BrightPoint