Serve in Our Community
Minister of Missions and Membership: Rev. Alexis Coleman
Ada Jenkins After School Snacks
Sign up to donate snacks for children in the after-school program at the Ada Jenkins Center. Contact Jenn Kolkhorst.
Provide backpacks full of food every Friday during the school year for elementary children in the Lake Norman area. Contact Ashley Nydish.
Provide the bereaved family of a church member with a meal on the day of the funeral; help set up tables and chairs in Fellowship Hall; serve, clean, or furnish flowers for the tables. Contact Carolyn Johnson or Mary Barker (704-655-9034).
Give blood and/or staff sign in and refreshment tables during scheduled blood drives at DUMC. Contact Liz Powell.
Community Food Rescue
Be part of a team that picks up food from local supermarkets and restaurants and delivers it to agencies feeding those in need. Your health should allow you to climb into and out of a truck and lift 30 pounds. Contact Dale Ensor.
Serve on a crew to maintain the Davidson Community Garden. Contact Connie Beach.
Sew small quilts from kits of pre-cut fabric squares at home on your sewing machine. Quilts are donated to Barium Springs Home for Children, seriously ill babies and children at Presbyterian Hospitals, and My Sister’s House for abused women and children. Contact Vicki Heitman or Judy Schuh.
Habitat for Humanity House
Enthusiastic workers 18 and older (16 if accompanied by a parent) are needed to work on the construction of Habitat for Humanity houses. Contact Chris Cashwell.
Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry
Work at the Ada Jenkins food pantry dispensing food to families in need. Contact Kelly Baker.
Men’s Shelter of Charlotte
Prepare, purchase, and/or serve food the first Sunday of each month. Contact Anne Hendrix.
Mooresville Soup Kitchen
Prepare food and/or serve the third Tuesday of each month. Contact Judy Martin.
Help bring joy to area assisted living facilities, singing show tunes, music from the 40s—50s, and other uplifting favorites. Contact Tiz Callihan.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Knit shawls for people who are seriously ill or in crisis. A morning group meets regularly - or you can knit at home. Contact Marsha Brodsky.
Room In The Inn (RITI)
DUMC provides shelter, fellowship, dinner, and breakfast for homeless neighbors three nights a week, December—March. Needed: hosts to stay overnight, cooks and servers for dinner. Drivers are also needed to provide transportation using the church bus to and from uptown Charlotte. Click here to sign up. Questions? Contact Doug and Judy Martin.
Senior Adult Visitation
Maintain contact with a senior member of DUMC, primarily for socialization. Contact Dave Alexander.