Local - Church and Society
Glenn’s local service efforts are focused on the guiding principles found in the gospel of Matthew:
Snack in a Backpack
Join us every Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. in the Ward Fellowship Hall to pack lunches for over 250 local school kids. We also need volunteers for the fall in a variety of roles. Contact Deborah Marlowe if you are interested.
Intown Collaborative Ministries Food Pantry
Every week members of Glenn donate food to distribute on Saturday mornings to hungry and homeless individuals and families in the 30306 and 30307 zip codes. Food donations are accepted at any time in the Church School Building’s collection bin. All are welcome to volunteer at Intown’s Food Pantry from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. each Saturday. Sign up to serve here. Contact Chloe Cook.
Action Ministries Women’s Community Kitchen
This is a safe, friendly place for homeless women and children to receive a hot and healthy lunch. The third Friday of every month from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., volunteers from Glenn prepare and serve the meal. Contact Carol Napier.
Every other month. Next opportunity to serve is October 15. This Residential 36 bed Transitional Program serves Homeless Men. Glenn provides a meal for the men on the 3rd Tuesday of the even months. The time we meet is from 6:00-7:00 p.m. If you would like to tour the building please arrive at 5:45 p.m. When going to Trinity House, no serving required. We bring the meal then share the meal with the men. The Trinity House address is 21 Bell St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303. If you would like to join us please email Yvette Weatherly.
This is the oldest, large-scale, Sunday-only soup kitchen in metro Atlanta. Annually, Glenn volunteers prepare and serve a meal to approximately 300 homeless people at Trinity UMC. All ages - middle school children and up - are welcome! Contact Diane Bryant.
Housing and Clothing
Habitat for Humanity
Each fall for the last 28 years, Glenn partners with local churches to build a Habitat House as one of its longest running service projects. Each house requires 15 volunteers for seven Saturdays, plus a food crew to provide lunch. Volunteers at all skill and age levels are welcome. No building experience required! Sign up here. Contact Jennifer Scott-Ward.
Branan Towers Senior Living
Part of the Wesley Woods Retirement Community, Branan Towers serves persons 62 years and older with low and moderate incomes. Glenn volunteers participate in an annual day of crafts, the resident's Christmas party and twice yearly clothing drives for the residents. Contact Diane Bryant.
Glenn offers service opportunities with Arrendale Women’s Prison, Kairos Ministry, and has begun a Prison Pen Pal Ministry.
Glenn’s Church and Society Committee meets regularly throughout the year and all are welcome.
For more information about Glenn’s local service efforts, contact Church and Society Chair Susan Anne MacKenna.