Make a difference in Your Community
Whether it's greeting worshippers on Sundays, leading a small group, or participating in a local service project, there is a place for anyone and everyone to use their gifts to put God’s love into action for the benefit of our community.
My Neighbor’s Pantry is a community program that provides fresh, healthy foods to children and families in Roswell and surrounding areas who find themselves facing food insecurity.
Each week, we serve over 300 families with this ministry, providing chicken, beef, cheese, milk, butter, tortillas, fresh produce and more. We also provide items that cannot be purchased with food stamps, as well as staples that are hard to find in most community food banks.
How to Help
When Donation Drop-offs Mondays from 12 - 2 p.m.
Where Fellowship Hall, Chapel building
Contact Scotty Brewington
- Laundry detergent
- Feminine hygiene products (sanitary pads preferred)
- Household cleaning products
- Black or pinto beans (dry preferred)
- Vegetable Oil
Other Ways to Help
- Make a monetary donation. Our expenses run around $5K each week to feed 300 families. If you would like to donate online, GIVE HERE by selecting "My Neighbor's Pantry" in the drop-down menu.
- Volunteer. Onsite volunteer opportunities are limited because of the ongoing pandemic, but there are some spots available! Interested? E-mail Scotty Brewington firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. All volunteers must wear masks.
For Families in Need
Access to My Neighbor's Pantry is free and available to any families in need in our community. If you would like to learn more about accessing My Neighbor's Pantry, click the button below!
Family Promise provides a safe, homelike shelter where families can stay together during times of housing transition and uncertainty. In this time of pandemic, it is more important that ever that we provide hospitality to our neighbors.
Key volunteer roles: overnight support for guests and providing gift cards
When Jan. 17-24
Where Alpharetta Presbyterian Church
We work with over 30 local nonprofits and community organizations to support their good works.
Find one that calls to you and get in touch.
Atlanta Day Shelter for Women and Children, a branch of Atlanta Mission, provides day services focused on building relationships and meeting needs. Services include childcare, showers, laundry, lunch, MARTA cards, medical care, life-skills classes, access to overnight services, and much more.
The Child Development Association (CDA) provides affordable early learning programs and childcare for preschool children of low-income families in the metro Atlanta area and is located in Roswell.
Family Promise of North Fulton/DeKalb is a network of interfaith organizations working together to end homelessness, providing temporary assistance, hospitality, and case management for families with children experiencing homelessness.
Mary Hall Freedom House – Provides housing and substance treatment services for women and their children in order to empower them to break the cycle of addictions, poverty and homelessness.
North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) offers assistance to 5,000+ families annually via food, clothing vouchers, and financial aid to our clients in need. NFCC offers an array of classes and opportunities to help residents move toward financial stability and self-sufficiency.
Street Grace is a faith-based organization mobilizing faith, business and community leaders to end the sexual trafficking of children throughout the U.S. through prevention/protection, policy and pursuit.
An elder care ministry of The North Georgia Conference, Wesley Woods supports healthy aging by helping older adults live independently longer through safe, affordable residential housing.