We believe that to serve others is to serve God. As a church, we find many different ways to serve, from filling different roles in the church, to community outreach, to supporting sister churches in Africa. Click below to find our more.
Haymount Birthday Bash
Who doesn’t love a birthday party? Every month a group of laughing volunteers bring the flowers, balloons, cards, cake and pink lemonade to the residents at the Haymount Rehabilitation and Nursing Center for a birthday bash to celebrate all the birthdays for that month. All residents are invited to the celebration. For those birthday residents who cannot attend, our volunteers serenade them in their rooms and bring them cheerful gifts. Come join in the fun!
Haymount Music For The Soul
Nothing uplifts the soul like music. Typically on the last Monday evening of every month, a group of singing volunteers leads the residents at the Haymount Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in worship songs. You don’t have to be a great singer; you just need to make a joyful noise and extend a warm smile, hug or listening ear to the residents that join us in their Activity Room.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
A small group of devoted, talented knitters and crocheters meet once a month to create beautiful shawls and laprobes which are then given to anyone who needs to feel the love, warmth, and comfort of God. Each shawl or laprobe is lovingly made and prayed over before they are given to the recipient.
Recently, some of the group have begun sewing wheelchair/walker bags for those folks who need a helping hand with carrying their bibles, magazines, etc.
We usually meet on the first Saturday of each month at 9:30 and welcome anyone to join us. If you already know how to knit or crochet or sew we would love to have you; if you want to learn or are a beginner, we have talented people who enjoy helping and teaching! Contact Patty Campagna at email@example.com with any questions.
Once a month, volunteers from The Fayetteville Church serve at The CARE Clinic which provides free quality health care to eligible uninsured, low income adults who live in Cumberland County and surrounding areas. The Care Clinic relies entirely on the generosity of donors, grants from foundations and annual fund raising events to continue providing health care services in our community. They could not do this without the gift of time provided by a volunteer staff. There are also opportunities for non-medical personnel to serve as well, so feel free to contact us if you are interested in joining us.
Our congregation passionately supports missions work and has given close to $1 million to advance the gospel locally and across the world.
We partner with our sister churches in the Southeast to support regional church plantings and international missions in Africa. Our participation in the African Missions Association (AMA) helps provide financial and spiritual support to congregations in Africa.
Our congregation has developed a deep and loving relationship with the churches of South Africa. As a result, we regularly communicate and fellowship (including traveling and hosting exchanges) with The Durban Church of Christ located in Durban, South Africa.