As we partner with other local ministries in our community to be The Community, we join together with a common goal to strengthen, encourage and comfort families battling addiction and poverty.
The following local ministry partners seek to assist anyone struggling with hurts, habits and hang-ups that can hinder them from walking in the freedom and fullness found in Christ.
Monday Nights at 6:30 pm at The Community campus.
A Christ-Centered, 12-Step Recovery program, bringing the healing power of Jesus Christ to the hurting and broken.
For more information on how you can connect with a local Celebrate Recovery group, click below.
Damascus is “a life-changing men’s ministry, a turning point, and escape from poor past life situations, decisions, and addictions.” If you are skilled in carpentry, lawn care, or building and/or vehicle maintenance, Damascus would love to hear from you today.
There are many other ways for you to partner with Damascus, including mentorship and assisting in their Thrift Store. Click below to get connected.
of Dyer County
The mission of Transitions is to nurture and disciple women who desire a new beginning through the life-changing power of Jesus Christ. Women (18 and older) with life controlling issues, such as alcohol and drug addiction, abuse, anger, and depression, who desire a life change can find hope.
For More information on how to connect with Transitions of Dyer County, click below.
Our Jail Ministry is a great opportunity for both men and women to come alongside those in the Dyer County Jail system who are seeking to build their character and life skills through discipleship and mentoring.
For more information on how to get connected with our Jail Ministry, click below.
Every Tuesday at The Community campus, we package meals for food-insecure Dyer County kids, which are then delivered to the students at their school through the Backpack Buddies system. This ensures that each child in the program will leave school on Friday afternoon with nutritious food for the weekend to keep them growing strong and healthy.
To volunteer to serve with Backpack Buddies, click below.
One Thursday of each month, The Community partners with the Matthew 25:40 Ministry by hosting “Feed The Need” on campus from 9 am to 12 pm, supplying food to local families in need.
If you would like to volunteer to serve at Feed The Need, click below.
You can make a difference in the lives of those battling homelessness by partnering with Tennessee Homeless Solutions by providing much needed items to the Dyer County Homeless Day Shelter. The shelter is always in need of items for their coffee station, along with personal hygiene items and cleaning supplies.
To get connected with Tennessee Homeless Solutions, click below.
The Community offers opportunities every holiday season to support local families in need through preparing our Thanksgiving Food Baskets, which provide grocery items needed to prepare a traditional Thanksgiving meal to each family. Families are invited to come to our campus each year, where they are welcome and prayed for by church family members, and provided coffee and breakfast. Baskets are then distributed to each family by our volunteers.
The Community also supports local families by donating Christmas gifts to those in need, including warm clothing items and age-appropriate gifts. These gifts are collected and distributed at The Community campus to families in need. This is a great way to share the generous love of Jesus to our community.
We understand that not everyone has the ability to go and serve at The Community campus or with our local ministry partners. You can still make a difference in the lives of our families in need by giving to our Community Care Fund. Every dollar received to this fund is purposefully used to provide assistance to local families. We offer assistance in securing daily necessities, such as housing, food, medication, and transportation. To give to the Community Care Fund today, click below.