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.
MUST Neighborhood Pantry on Mimosa
The MUST Neighborhood Pantry on Mimosa is a community program that provides fresh, healthy foods to children and families in Roswell and surrounding areas who find themselves facing food insecurity.
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
Each month, we will need donations of the following items (below). We will collect on the Mondays of the pantry from 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at the Roswell UMC campus.
- The 1st Monday of every month
(September will be Tuesday)
Mondays, 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
WHERE: The Porch, 846 Mimosa Blvd.
Contact Scotty Brewington
- Laundry detergent (liquid, larger size since we are now monthly)
- Feminine hygiene items (pads more popular than tampons)
- Boxes of cereal
- Blocks of cheese
- 1 lb. bags of yellow rice
- 1 lb. bags of black beans
- 1 lb. boxes of pasta (spaghetti)
- Jars of spaghetti sauce
- Additional fresh produce
Other Ways to Help
- Make a monetary donation. If you would like to donate online, GIVE HERE by selecting "MUST Neighborhood Pantry" in the drop-down menu.
- Volunteer. Want to volunteer in-person? E-mail Scotty Brewington firstname.lastname@example.org or Mary Ann Bender, email@example.com for more information.
For Families in Need
Access to My Neighbor's Pantry is free and available to any families in need in our community. The Summer Grocery program will run on the first Monday of every month. If you would like to learn more about accessing The MUST Neighborhood Pantry on Mimosa, click the button below!
Funding provided in part by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners
under the guidance of the Department of Community Development CSP Program.
Family Promise provides a safe, homelike shelter where families can stay together during times of housing transition and uncertainty. We provide families with hospitality, fellowship, and hope.
Key volunteer roles: providing dinner and dining with guests, spending the night in a separate room, room setup, and takedown. We need you if you can do any of the following for one day during the visit week:
What: Provide dinner, talk and listen, set up or take down, sleep, wash linens, and welcome families as guests.
Who: Volunteers of all ages are needed. Great opportunity for families to volunteer together.
When January 22-January 29, 2023
Where Roswell United Methodist Church
Roswell UMC is supporting Vickery Mill Elementary and Centennial High School, by mentoring at-risk students through Mighty Mentes (Vickery Mill Elementary School) and Mighty Mentors (Centennial High School). Only a small weekly or biweekly commitment is required to make a big difference.
Contact us if you are interested in volunteering!
You are invited to join us in learning more about the exciting new, and at the same time ancient, "Dinner Church Restoration" movement as a way to share the love of Jesus with those in our community that don't know him. Dinner Church is a return to the most common method that Jesus used to meet those in need where they were and as they were.
Please join us this fall, as we take this journey together, learning, praying, and discerning just what the Holy Spirit has in store for us, and for RUMC.
The D.A.R.E. mission teams at RUMC provide faith-oriented, people-first, assistance to those in short- and long-term needs suffering from natural disasters of all types. No matter what your skills and talents are, your contributions to showing and sharing God’s love for His people are the only requirements. Join a D.A.R.E. mission team either locally or regionally in the southeast, no experience necessary, just a heart and compassion for people and a willingness to help those in need recover.
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.
By meeting basic needs, the ministry removes barriers that prevent thousands of Georgians from breaking the cycle of poverty and realizing their potential.
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.
The Drake House provides short-term crisis housing, education and empowerment programs for homeless mothers and their children in north metro Atlanta.
EnAble of Georgia is now In Community and provides nurturing homes and quality support services for adults with developmental disabilities.
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.
Foster Care Support Foundation (FCSF) provides free clothing, infant equipment, and developmental toys to thousands of children in foster and relative care.
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
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.
Murphy-Harpst provides round-the-clock therapeutic care that enables children to heal and recover so that they can re-engage with society and lead productive lives.
HomeStretch gives homeless families a safe and comfortable place to live while helping them address the root causes of their situation and return to a life of self-reliance and stability.
MUST Ministries addresses the basic needs of individuals, families, and children with facilities in Cobb and Cherokee Counties and programs in numerous other counties.
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.