Adult Mission

Through your generous giving Providence supports the Fayette Pregnancy Resource Center (FPRC) to help women through unplanned pregnancy. FPRC is having a two-day volunteer training class June 13 & 14. This is a great way to learn more about the work of the Center and how this ministry gives hope and help to families. To get more information about the class, please email Angela Weeks or call the center at 770-719-2288. 
Construction on one home in Griffin has already begun at 120 Blanton Ave. Griffin.  There will be a Square Foot Ministry wall build in the Providence back parking lot on Saturday, June 1 8:30-11am. Walls will then be loaded on a truck and be transported to Griffin.  SFM provides all the tools and materials and instruction–only willing volunteers are needed! Questions? Jeff Williams
Each week when school is in session, children who receive free meals at school go home with a backpack of food so they do not go hungry over the weekend. This is a wonderful, tangible teaching opportunity so our children understand that even in “the Bubble,” there are children who need their help. Small groups & families fill backpacks, which each provide weekend food for two children attending local elementary schools. Please email Leslie Lunsford if you are interested in helping with this outreach.

Providence helps fill the food pantry year round, but makes a concentrated effort each August and February. Needed items: Canned corn; Canned or Plastic Pasta Sauce; Dried Beans; Rice-2 lb bags; Boxed Hamburger Helper, Pasta Roni & Mac & Cheese; Pancake Mix & Syrup, Toilet Paper, used plastic grocery bags. The Clothes Closet needs: all sizes new boy’s underwear, new women’s sizes 6 & 7 underwear; new men, women & boys socks. Please brindonations to the Missions Box by the back doors of the main building.

Ladies, you can make a difference in the life of a girl who was saved from sex trafficking just by cleaning out your dresser! We collect new & gently used bras to send to Free the Girls, an organization helping girls start new lives. Women start businesses selling the bras, support themselves and their families and lives are changed. It’s so easy! Bring new/gently used bras to Providence any time! Info? Leslie Lunsford