Missions and Outreach
Resources and Links
17 Executive Park Drive, Suite 540 | Atlanta, GA 30329 | Phone: (404) 881-1991
A missions ministry of the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church, with locations all over north Georgia. Known most widely for their work in providing transitional housing.
Atlanta Furniture Bank
538 Permalume PlaceAtlanta, GA 30318 404.355.8530 email@example.com
Donate larger furniture items. This non-profit provides essential household items to those moving out of homelessness, battling HIV/AIDS, escaping domestic violence, etc.
Buckhead Christian Ministry
404-239-0058 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 404-239-0871
Provides food, clothing and financial aid to families and individuals in crisis. Also provides long term assistance for working parents and their children through The 70/30 Project, Transitional Housing Program, and Money Management Course. Contact BCM for appt.
800 Miami Circle, Suite 160 Atlanta, GA 30324 404-365-8811
Thrift Store associated with Buckhead Christian Ministries. Donations most welcome. Contact them above or visit their website for more information.
Each day adolescent women from across the greater Atlanta-area are brought together at Jesse’s House to find something they are missing - understanding and support through a loving environment. Working with a number of young ladies, presenting a variety of different backgrounds, Jesse’s House is a non-profit organization that provides emergency and long-term care to youth who have suffered abuse or delinquency that grew out of the recognized need by the Cumming / Forsyth Council on Youth and Concerned Citizens for an emergency children’s shelter in the North Georgia area.
Short term mission agency of the Southest Juristication of the United Methodist Church. UMVIM exists to promote, encourage, and enable Christians to exemplify "Christian love in action" through short term mission service at home and abroad.
Nicholas House provides assistance for homeless families. Sardis members have served dinner for those who live on site as well as provided assistance to families who have recently moved out on their own.
Sardis members have worked with other churches to help build homes for families with limited financial resources.