Serve in the Community
1. Remember these organizations and the individuals they serve in prayer.
2. Prayerfully consider your gifts and abilities.
3. Review each organization.
4. Contact the organization for more information on volunteering.
The Keim Centers (Crisis Pregnancy Center) www.cpcfriends.org
The Crisis Pregnancy Center of Tidewater (CPC) is a Christ-centered organization whose mission is to reach out to those women and families involved in crisis-related pregnancies offering them real help for the present, hope for the future, and healing for their past.
Individuals and groups can serve at The Keim Centers in administrative jobs, maintenance, skilled medical positions, and special events work. A screening process, personal interview, and training is required for individuals who wish to work directly with CPC clients.
For more information contact Angie Freeman at email@example.com or 757.410.9703 extension 202.
Southeastern Correctional Ministry, Inc. www.secorrmin.org
Southeastern Correctional Ministry, Inc. (SCM) is a Christian Interdenominational Evangelical outreach placing chaplains and volunteers in 21 correctional facilities in Southeast Virginia and Northeast North Carolina. The mission of SCM is to set incarcerated men, women and youth spiritually free through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Volunteer opportunities involve working with prison inmates teaching the Bible, providing Biblical counseling, discipleship and aftercare.
For more information contact Chaplin Gary Tingwald at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 757.763.9930.
Union Mission Ministries www.UnionMissionMinistries.org
Union Mission Ministries is dedicated to serving the least, the last,and the lost in our community. Union Mission has nine different outreaches in three cities including emergency shelters and substance abuse rehabilitation to a children’s summer camp.
With dozens of opportunities for service, volunteers can help by serving meals, reading stories to kids in the family shelter, helping with construction and maintenance projects, and sorting donations.
For more information contact Micki Bremus at 757.627.8686.
A Place of New Beginnings www.aplaceofnewbeginnings.org
A Place of New Beginnings is a faith-based nonprofit re-entry program for men and women released from the Chesapeake City Correctional Center. Inspired by Christ's compassion and in collaboration with community resources, A Place of New Beginnings offers support and direction to ex-prisoners as they establish a life as productive and responsible citizens.
For individuals who wish to work directly with clients, training is required and provided. We hope you will consider this opportunity according to what the Lord is asking you to do.
For more information contact Marianne Chalk at 757.752.0428.