Provides shelter, meals, clothing, and toiletries to homeless men during the winter months. More
Hands-on service projects such as kitchen renovation, painting, plumbing, maintenance and More.
Serving Jesus Christ by impacting the lives of northern Rutherford County residents through endeavors like construction projects, children activities, and adult education. More
Promotes the arts in the local community by creating a positive culture and training artists in multiple genres. More
Help make and prepare dresses and shorts for shipment to orphans in third-world countries. Sewing skills are optional. More
Provides Rutherford County foster children with free clothing, hygiene items, and school supplies. More
A ministry that helps the homeless with food, clothes, and case management. More
Continually works toward one less orphan and one less victim of human trafficking. More
Volunteer to be a First Friend for a MTSU international student. More
Reaches out to the children and families living in the Chalet apartment complex in Smyrna. More
Help be agents of hope for refugees by feeding the hungry, giving care and counsel, providing education and assisting as refugees adapt to a new culture. More
Demonstrate God's love in a tangible way to needy children around the world by packing and collecting shoebox gifts. More
The vision of Spring 2 Life is to see addictions exchanged for a life liberated in Christ, because the appeal of sin is no longer desirable. More
Room in the Inn offers hospitality and hope to guests who would otherwise find themselves on the streets. They provide shelter, meals, clothing, and toiletries to homeless men during the winter months (November–March). Small groups or individuals can serve by signing up to provide dinner, breakfast or lunch on Fridays from November through March.
Contact Lisa Burke (615-482-5983) or Ashley Zehr (615-430-7895) for more information.
Room in the Inn provides shelter, meals, clothing, toiletries and haircuts to homeless men during the winter months (November–March). Small groups or individuals can serve by signing up to provide dinner, breakfast or lunch on Fridays from November through March.
Great project to serve with your family, small group or individually.
Contact Lisa Burke to serve 615-482-5983.
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Community Servants is a non-profit ministry created to serve Jesus by impacting lives of North Rutherford County residents with the love of Christ through construction projects, Community Kids Program, Family Reading Nights, ESL (Conversational English), GED tutoring, and summer internship.
Community Servants - contact info Tiffany VanDyke at email@example.com.
People from different ministries, groups and backgrounds join together to help better the community through various projects. These work days are open to everyone and all skill levels are welcome. Dress in clothes you don't mind getting dirty.
Help Community Sevants clean and prep their dorms to hold new mission teams that work in the Wherry Housing Community throughout the summer. These work days are open to everyone and all skill levels are welcome. Dress in clothes you don't mind getting dirty.
To get involved or for more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-223-1391.
Our on-campus internships are a fun and fulfilling way to get involved in the community. On-Campus interns run our after school program, assist in teaching adult education classes, help keep the property clean and running, help lead teams, and more. On-campus interns also get to be a part of our Missionary Training Programs.
Contact Community Servants to serve email@example.com or call 615-223-1391.
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Carpe Artista is a non-profit organization focused on creating positive culture globally by developing local arts communities and training artists in multiple genres. Carpe Cafe ministers to the local arts culture through programming, workshops, music and special events. The cafe relies on volunteers to work in the coffee house during open hours, serving the customers and building relationships with the arts community. Volunteers are also needed for special events, festivals and concerts.
Contact Susan Gulley (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about Carpe Artista.
115 Front Street
Smyrna, TN 37167
Carpe Artista owns Carpe Cafe. It is necessary for their cashflow and also for their nonprofit status to have volunteers in the kitchen to help with dishes, prep work, cooking and baking. They are also needing volunteers to serve as a cashier and barista.
On-going opportunity for high school aged and up - 4 hour work shifts, Monday through Saturday with flexible hours.
Carpe Artista owns a building on Front Street in Smyrna that will become their training center for the arts. Currently they are using it for lessons and event rentals. They are needing assistance with painting, cleaning, and building shelving, and outdoor clean up to help prepare the building to train children and adults in the arts.
On-going opportunity for middle school aged kids and up.
The Simply Smyrna Celebration kicks off the Summer in Smyrna. The event will be held throughout the Historic Depot District of Smyrna, TN with music stages in the Depot, outside the Depot, in the Assembly Hall, on the Carpe Café terrace and at the end of Front Street. Something for everyone – Rock n Roll, Country, Jazz, Hip Hop, Christian, Americana and R&B.
Volunteers are needed to help set-up the event, during the event and tear down the event. To get involved or for more information, please contact email@example.com.
Smyrna Depot Days is an annual event held in early Fall. This event is product of Smyrna Independent Merchant Association (SiMA). The event connects local businesses with the community they serve.
Sew Much More meets twice a year. Once in the fall (September) and sews 250 reversible dresses for girls and once in the spring (April) and sews shorts for boys all delivered to third world countries via LifePoint mission trips. Small groups can serve together or individuals can invite a friend. You can help sew, cut, iron, flip and tag the dresses (Non-sewers are welcome too!). The minimum age to serve with this is 6th grade due to liability of scissors and hot irons. Donations for fabric are welcomed year round.
Contact Julie Meier (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about serving with this group.
Sew Much More spreads the Gospel through handmade clothing (shorts for boys and dresses for girls). Living out Matthew 25:40, whatever you do to the least of my people, you do unto me. Currently in need of year round sewers and fabric donations.
Great project to serve with your small group, or individually.
To get involved please contact Julie Meier, 314-614-8267 or email@example.com.
Sew Much More spreads the Gospel through handmade clothing (shorts for boys and dresses for girls). Living out Matthew 25:40, whatever you do to the least of my people, you do unto me. They host 2 major events, shorts in spring, and dresses in the fall, where 100 volunteers are needed- both sewers and non-sewers.
Shepherd’s Clothing Closet supplies children in foster care system in Rutherford County with new or gently used age appropriate clothing, new personal hygiene items, and school supplies at no cost. Volunteers are needed to help sort, organize, and hang up clothes; stuff care bags and backpack supplies; as well as donate clothing and supplies. Volunteers are also needed for monthly meetings to babysit foster kids.
The Shepherd's Supply Clothing Closet is a local storage facility used to cloth foster children and at-risk youth in Rutherford County, TN. Volunteers are needed to sort and hang clothing as they prepare for the season to change.
To get involved or for more information, please contact Ruth Meyer 615-418-2088 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Journey Home provides daily meals and personal necessities to the homeless of Rutherford County. Their ministry center is located in the heart of Murfreesboro. Join an existing team or go as a small group to prepare and serve meals to the homeless.
Contact Chuck Engle (615-480-5311) for more information about Journey Home.
The Journey Home is in need of volunteers to help prepare and serve lunch to those in need.
Need about 6 people each time - kids 16 and up are welcome to serve as well .
The Journey Home is in need of volunteers to serve in the office with administrative work, provide transportation for those going to doctor appointments or job interviews, and ladies to become mentors to single moms.
On-going opportunity for individuals 18 and up.
The mission of ONEless is to eradicate human trafficking through prevention homes and prevention programs in the U.S. and around the world. We currently support prevention work work in the U.S., Thailand, Uganda, and Brazil. Volunteers are needed to help with events, put together care kits, and host fundraisers.
Contact Leslie Overby (email@example.com) for more information about ONEless.
Shepherd’s Rest Ministry matches individuals and families to MTSU international students during their study time here in the States. These people often become these students’ best friends as they live out their Christian love for them. You can volunteer to be a First Friend partner by meeting with the student at least once a month. You can also help with the Tuesday night dinner where they provide a meal for 40-50 international students. Volunteers are needed to foster relationships with international students as we sponsor luncheons, coffees, socials, camping, and weekend trips. Small groups are encouraged to get involved by serving on a Tuesday night by providing a meal and relationships with the international students.
First Friends exists to match MTSU international students to individuals and families during their study abroad time here in the States. First Friends hosts a yearly fun lake day over Labor Day weekend for the international students. They are needing 3-4 small groups to join them for this lake day and to welcome them to the States. Small groups can also provide cookout food, outdoor games and even bring a jet ski, canoe or boat to take the students tubing.
To get involved or for more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-500-3634.
Every year Shepherds Rest Ministry provides a Thanksgiving meal to over a hundred international students at MTSU. Small groups and individuals are needed to help provide food for the dinner.
Shepherd’s Rest Ministry matches individuals and families to MTSU international students during their study time here in the States. You can volunteer to be a First Friend partner by meeting with the student at least once a month. College aged believers are welcome to come to our Tuesday night dinners at the PSF house right off the MTSU campus. They can then make relationships with internationals. Volunteers are also needed to help with the Tuesday night dinner where they provide a meal for 40–50 international students.
Contact Harold Bryer (email@example.com) for more information on how to get involved.
Chalet Apartment Ministry reaches out to the children and families living in the Chalet Apartment complex in Smyrna. There are many ways you can be a part of the ministry: you can volunteer to help with an existing activity or plan an event such as sports day, girls night, game night, craft making, etc. on a weekend or evening during the week. Homework club meets after school from 2:45-5:00pm during the school year.
Contact Anita Wherry (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information on how you can serve at Chalet.
Anita Wherry meets weekly with a group of refugee students who live at Chalet Apartments. She tutors them in school work and teaches Bible studies. A small group is needed to help organize a backyard bible club for the students over their summer break.
To get involved or for more information, please contact Anita Wherry at AJWHERRY@msn.com.
Clear View Retreat (CVR) is a nonprofit ministry. Service opportunities are for individuals or small groups. CVR has hands-on service projects such as kitchen renovation, painting, plumbing, maintenance, and more. Volunteers are also needed during organized grieving and small group family retreats in preparing and serving meals as well as ministering to the kids during the children’s programs.
Contact Kim Nestle at (615) 739-0634 or email@example.com for further information.
Clear View Retreat is a family retreat ministry which exists to transform the way God’s people relate within families and close communities by providing relational skills and discipleship through the venue of retreats, workshops, and more.
Retreats are booked throughout the year where people are needed to help serve in the kitchen, children’s program assistance, and maintenance and cleaning.
To get involved or for more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clear View Retreat is in need of skilled volunteers to help transform old website into their new website, help plan a marketing strategy, and help reviewing financial statements due to nonprofit status.
Skilled Individuals Needed
Legacy Mission Village seeks to be agents of hope for refugees by feeding the hungry, giving care and counsel, providing education and training to those in need, and assisting as refugees adapt to a new culture. Work with refugee high school students at our twice a week after school program. Help students prepare to graduate high school and to find a place to feel supported and belong through helping through homework help, cultural activities, English conversation or simply laughter.
Contact Tim at email@example.com for further information.
Legacy Mission Village seeks to be agents of hope for refugees by feeding the hungry, giving care and counsel, providing education and training to those in need, and assisting as refugees adapt to a new culture.
Volunteers are needed to assist with the after school program for refugee youth that meet on Mondays and Wednesdays. Lead a breakout session, help with transportation, become a mentor, or be a tutor.
Contact Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org to serve at the Journey After School Program.
The mission, duty and purpose of Spring 2 Life to illuminate the life of freedom that is offered through Christ using biblical training, innovative pastoral counseling and residential discipleship for anyone suffering from addictions. To be a light to men with addictions we use the testimonies God has given us to present hope and freedom.
To get involved or for more information, please contact Bruce Stanley at email@example.com.
Spring 2 Life’s mission is to be a light to men through the testimonies God has given us, as well as present them with hope and freedom. Spring 2 Life is currently in need of volunteers to work alongside the ministry. Participation will vary from person to person because everyone is gifted with different abilities. Below are the ways you can get involved.
Become a mentor to those recovering from addictions.
Hang out with the guys on a Monday or Tuesday night. Teach a Bible study or share your testimony.
Small groups can plan a fun hang out night for the men. How about a day of paint-ball, pontoons on the lake, horseback riding, hiking, bowling, movie night, BBQ hang out, or anything!
Help with maintenance and repairs at the Spring 2 Life Lodge in Woodbury, TN. The Lodge is always in need of repairs.