Compassion programs help meet immediate needs, including food, shelter and utility assistance. Wholeness programs address long-term needs including health and wellness, education, and community development. Call us at (205) 781-0517 to see how we can help you, or read about some of our programs below:
- Beeson Senior Services provides case management and financial assistance to persons 60 and older living in Jefferson County.
- Community Church without Walls offers fellowship, opportunities to break bread together, ministry and worship. Three congregations meet at different times during the week, and we are open to all.
- The Community Kitchen serves a hot meal each day, Monday through Friday, from noon to 1 p.m. We also serve special meals at Thanksgiving and Christmas and have free bread, pastry items, and fruits and vegetables available.
- Emergency Services and Compassion Ministries offer food from our food pantry year-round, utility assistance when available, and Christmas gifts, clothing, and other items at various times during the year. Please call 781-0517 on a Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday morning to make an appointment for assistance.
- Homelessness Prevention offers financial assistance and case management to help families who are at risk of homelessness.
- The Joe Rush Center offers house painting and home repair services. Please call the director of the Rush Center at 781-0517 for an application.
- The Prison Ministry counsels men at Donaldson Correctional Facility and provides space for twice-yearly Kairos weekends for prison inmates. To get involved, contact Kairos Alabama.
- The Transportation Ministry transports neighbors to doctor's appointments, grocery stores, important meetings, and to and from school.
- Urban Kids provides after-school tutoring and summer learning enrichment for kids from the West End community. To enroll your student, please call our Urban Kids director at 781-0517 or 451-0822.
- WE Community Gardens grows organic fruits and vegetables and sells affordable produce. Visit our farm stand at the Princeton Baptist Medical Center cafeteria on Wednesday mornings to purchase produce, or visit a garden workday on a Wednesday or Saturday to see how you can harvest from our community plots. Check out the calendar to see when our next free garden training or community event will be held.
To learn more about these and other programs and how you can get involved, please contact us