- Financial support for mission throughout North Georgia and around the world totally over $30,000 annually.
United Methodist Women of Morrow First UMC
- Financial support for Global Health Action
- Financial support for New Bethlehem Community Center
- Financial support for Wesley Community Centers: Atlanta Georgia
- Financial support for Clarke Atlanta University/Paine College
- Financial support for Murphy Harpst Children Center
- Financial support for Clayton County Service Center – Turkey Dinner for clients, donations for Easter egg hunt & Halloween candy
- Food pantry
- Support the the “Pick an Elf” Christmas project with the Clayton County Department of Children and Family Services
- Monthly financial support to the United Methodist Children’s Home
- Monthly financial support to Aldersgate Ministries: a ministry that assist disabled adults with day to day life skills
- Support and sponsor a Boy Scout troop.
- Support the local Girl Scouts.
- Provide spiritual retreats for the local youth
- Provide financial support to Clayton County for the Homeless
- Financial support for local transportation
- Assistance with clothing as needed.
- Provides and serve a meal one Sunday a month.
- Provide food once a week.
Donates used eyeglasses and hearing aids for Lions Club International.
- Medical supplies/equipment is collected/donated for use with those in community without medical insurance.
- The United Methodist Women provide meals for the volunteers at the Good Shepherd Clinic the first Monday of each month.
- Support the Clinic’s Annual Fund Raiser “The Tomato Sandwich Party”
Comfort & Joy Prayer Shawl Ministry
Prayer Shawls are knitted and crochet then given to the sick in the local church, community and beyond, which includes military men and women serving in the Middle East, residents in hospice care and anyone in need of prayer because of a difficult time or illness.
Flippen Elementary: Mentor Program
One on one tutoring with kindergarten; reading to classes; working at Book Fair
Stop Hunger Now is an international hunger relief organization that coordinates the distribution of food and other life-saving aid around the world. The organization is driven by a vision of a world without hunger and a mission to end hunger in our lifetime by providing food and life-saving aid to the world’s most vulnerable and by creating a global commitment to mobilize the necessary resources.
Stop Hunger Now meal packaging program provides volunteers the opportunity to package dehydrated, high protein, and highly nutritious meals that are used in crisis situations and in school feeding programs for schools and orphanages in developing countries around the world.
In its efforts to respond to emergency needs around the world Stop Hunger Now receives and distributes significant donations of in-kind aid. These donations are large quantities of food, medicines, medical supplies and other such items as may be of use in fighting hunger and providing relief in a crisis.
On June 29, 2013 Morrow First UMC, Morrow Presbyterian, and Morrow First Baptist joined together and packed 12,570 meal in support of NOW ministry, falling short of their 2012 record of 14,000 meals.
We are delighted to announce that the meals from our Community Ministry meal packaging event have been shipped in a container totaling 285,120 meals from the Atlanta warehouse. The meals were received by Stop Hunger Now’s in-country partner Kidz Konnect 4 Jesus in Belize.
Kidz Konnect 4 Jesus is a dedicated ministry program under the direction and supervision of Coastal Christian Missions, a non profit organization dedicated to providing educational programs to the children of Belize.
This long-term, focused ministry is all about connections and growing meaningful relationships between U.S. and Canadian groups with Belizean villages in a true partnership setting. Working alongside the people in the southern part of Belize, KK4J implements children and student ministry into schools and churches, establishes free feeding and food distribution programs, organizes and provides quarterly medical treatment with free medicine and vitamins, provides leadership development and training programs and also assists with a variety of basic physical needs.
KK4J also organizes Family Impact Journeys for partners whereby families can come, develop relationships and “to do life” with their partners. The addition of ‘Stop Hunger Now Meals’ enables KK4J to provide for the nutritional needs of the children and adults served by their programs.
Global Missions in Kenya, Africa
We have been able to assist the most vulnerable children in orphanages, slums and Massi Land villages in Nairobi, Kenya. Members and guests provided food, school uniforms, school supply kits, books and bibles in 2019 and 2020.