As of May 17, our services are available live on YouTube, Facebook and Church Online Saturday at 6:00pm and Sundays at at 9:00am and 11:15am. Be sure to invite a friend by sharing the links!
Fill out this short form to join us in praying/fasting! We are expecting the Lord to move in beautiful and amazing ways. Thank you for partnering with us!
Due to the national call to not gather with no more than ten people, all of our microchurches will meet online. You can join any one of these by clicking here! Have questions about microchurches? Email Pastor Matt: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Get Involved: Giving
Click here to give and select COVID-19 Relief from the dropdown menu. Then select the project to which you’d like to give.
$500+ helps provide COVID-19 relief, restoration and adoption processes for children recently rescued out of human trafficking in Southeast Asia with Missionary Sam.
$150 provides essential items for a local foster, adoption or single parent family.
$90 provides meals for a family in the Cite Soleil region of Port au Prince, Haiti for aweek.
$75 helps provide tutoring and after-school resources for East Gainesville studentsduring the pandemic through organizations like Kids Count and Aces in Motion.
$50 helps provide necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) for local, front line health care workers.
If you would like to donate masks or other PPE to health care workers, click here for drop-off information.
$25 provides groceries and fundamental items for Ronald McDonald House families with children receiving medical treatment.
$10 helps provide fundamental items for the local homeless community through Saint Francis House and Grace Marketplace.
How to Get Involved: Time & Effort
To volunteer, email Andrea: email@example.com.
Volunteer to drive for Meals on Wheels: *All volunteers must be healthy, have a valid driver’s license, working vehicle, and provide their own mask and gloves while volunteering.
Partner with The Jesus Infusion for discipleship focused letter writing to women in the prison system.
Call homebound senior adults asking for community.
Help with community food distribution any Friday morning in May at the Alachua County Fairgrounds.. *All volunteers for food distribution must be healthy, under the age of 65, and provide their own masks and gloves. Volunteers should arrive at 6am.
Partner with the Alachua Academy to write letters to female students that have been committed to the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.
Partner with Foster Florida to provide meals for families in this time of uncertainty and financial hardship. Fill out this form to sign up to drop off a meal at the Greenhouse Hub on May 23 or 29. *Please email Priscilla Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions regarding meals for foster families.