Friendly Faces of Lake Shore 

The mission: To give back to those who no longer can provide for themselves, mostly the elderly and widows within the community.
 
Services we can help with:
  • Transportation to doctor appointments
  •  Grocery shopping/errands
  • Face to face visits or phone calls
  • Technology help with using social media, computers and cell phones
  • And lastly, yard maintenance, cutting grass, gardening, dump runs 
 
We are always looking for volunteers to help with Friendly Faces of Lake Shore! Volunteers can be high school students that need volunteer hours all the way up to adults.
 

A Bite of Joy Meal Ministry

The mission: To prepare, coordinate and/or deliver meals for a set period of time to those who are going through something and may find it helpful to not have to think about cooking meals. 
 
This includes:
  • Those recovering from surgery
  • Parents bringing home a newborn
  • Anyone in a circumstance where they could use a few meals                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
     
 
Volunteers will be sent an e-mail and made aware of who is currently in need of meals. They can then sign up through the meal train app and either choose to prepare and deliver a meal or send a gift card through a meal delivery service.
 
Friendly Faces of Lake Shore and A Bite of Joy function as two separate ministries that coordinate at times to provide meals, transportation, and other help as needed to our church family who are in immediate need. If you would like to request assistance or provide a helping hand, contact Kim Broadie (care needs) or Amy Bland (meals) & Melissa Richards (meals).
“Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people,
especially to those who belong to the family of believers.”
-Galatians 6:10