Ways to Serve
We are working with city leaders and our mission teams to look for ways to serve the community through this crisis. We know this is a vulnerable time for many people, and we want to show up and help in the ways we can. If you are healthy, not in the vulnerable population, and ready to serve please sign up for the opportunities below.
We will keep this list updated on how you can be involved in the coming days and weeks, as opportunities become available.
As the growing season continues, there is a lot of work to do. Watering the garden takes a lot of time for one person. This is an area that a few volunteers could really make a difference. Social distancing is not a problem on 8 acres!
If you want to volunteer at the Farm, Rule One is the weather rules. Your first step is asking to join the Fill of Grace Garden o’ Plenty Facebook Group. Click here to join
Check for updates BEFORE YOU COME to work. The weather can change our plans with very little notice. Thanks for helping to feed our community!
A few of our local ministry partners are looking for food supplies for families in need. The supplies will help folks right here in the Miami Valley and our Cincinnati Back2Back kids. If you would pick up some items from the list (peanut butter, granola bars, pasta, pasta sauce, hot sauce, ramen noodles, rice, beans, soup, mac n’ cheese, jelly, bread, snacks, fruit snacks, canned fruit, applesauce, canned vegetables), you can drop them off at during services on Sunday or Monday – Thursday at MCC DOOR 2 from 9-4pm. Thanks in advance!
Just because some of the restrictions have changed, you may still have neighbors that could use some help. Continue to check on your neighbors (especially the elderly). They will be glad to know you thought about them!
MCC will load 5 trailers of food prepared by MCS Nutrition Services. We need 10 people to meet at Miamisburg Middle School (8668 Miamisburg Springboro Pike, Miamisburg, OH 45342) at 4pm.
MCC will be delivering food to families that do not have access to transportation. There are 6 sites for delivery. Drivers need to be HEALTHY AND NOT LIVING WITH SOMEONE THAT IS VULNERABLE TO COVID 19. You will pick up meals at 4:30 and deliver. Details will be shared upon completion of registration. Your vehicle should have plenty of room for several boxes (mini van, SUV or truck)