SERVE

"Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God's grace in its various forms."

1 Peter 4:10

Journey with us to life on a mission! With over 30 ministry partners locally and internationally and numerous short and long term service projects, there is no shortage of opportunities at RUMC to use your God-given, unique spiritual gifts to serve as a steward of God's grace.

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Featured Service Opportunities

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Second Saturday Service

Please join us the 2nd Saturday of each month from May - August for a time of community outreach and fellowship as we connect with the residents of Roswell Creek Apartments. We will serve hot dogs, bring games for the children, and simply enjoy the time together. For more information on this family-friendly outreach opportunity CLICK HERE 
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Food Recovery for North Fulton Community Charities Food Pantry

RUMC serves as a Food Recovery partner for NFCC. Six days a week, all year long, volunteers pick-up breads, pastries, frozen foods, and more at local grocery stores and restaurants. This “second harvest” is delivered to the food pantry and is distributed to families right here in Roswell. We are always looking for volunteers, and if you'd like to help contact Marion Brown or 770.261.1716
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Summer Lunch Program, MUST Ministries

MUST Ministries RUMC hosts the North Fulton branch of the MUST Summer Lunch Program, providing free lunches every weekday of the summer to low income children in Roswell who receive free and reduced lunch during the school year. Volunteers are needed to donate, pack and deliver over 1,000 sack lunches every weekday May 28th – Aug 9th to area kids in need. To sign up to pack and load lunches or drive (or ride) on a delivery route, CLICK HERE. To sign up to donate lunches,CLICK HERE. Questions? Contact Scotty Brewington at scotty@marketjet.com.
Street Grace

Street Grace

Work with the Street Grace ministry providing fellowship with the residents of the Atlanta Hotel. This hotel houses victims of homelessness and human trafficking. Our purpose is to begin to build relationships by providing food and games. Questions: Marion Brown or 770.261.1716