Serve the Community

Being connected to a group of fellow followers of Christ means that we are becoming the church. The church are those that have been called out by God to be a light to the world. We do this by investing those things that we have in the lives of others.

This community both within the church and outside of the church is always in need of someone to serve through the giving of time, talents, and treasure. Take the next step and follow Jesus to those that truly need you to make an impact on their lives. In this way, you truly are changing the world.

And how will anyone go and tell them without being sent? That is why the Scriptures say, “How beautiful are the feet of messengers who bring good news!”

Romans 10:15

Serve Day is June 27th at TLCC 10 am to 2 pm

Serving Senior Adults

Ways to Support Our Local Senior Community
Over time, many of us begin to experience mobility limitations, physical impairments and cognitive changes. Other needs arise as well in the midst of global pandemic.

Since not every senior has a family member to lean on, those in the church community can step up in a big way.

Below is a list of ways to plug in to help those in need:

Assistance with Aging-in-Place:
Pitch in to ensure the home of a senior who is aging in place is free from hazards.

Common In-Home Injuries for Seniors and How to Prevent Them
11 Low-Cost, DIY Aging in Place Modifications
4 Questions to Ask About Senior Safety At Home

Assistance with Daily Living:
The activities of daily living (e.g. eating, bathing, and dressing) are challenging without assistance.

The 5 Tasks Seniors Need Help With the Most
18 Easy and Healthy Meals for Seniors
Protective Face Masks: Resources on Making and Wearing Them
Finding Transportation Services for Seniors

Assistance with Social Isolation:
Unfortunately, social isolation has been linked to several physical and mental health issues in seniors; here are ways to help prevent this.

Easy Ways to Help Seniors Stay Social
How To Avoid Loneliness And Social Isolation For Seniors
What to Put in a Care Package for Seniors
Tips to Help Seniors Boost Physical and Mental Health During Quarantine

Neighborhoods TLCC is ministering:

  • Vincent Public Housing and Harpersville Public Housing
    • Serve Days: June 27, 2020

Helping Hands provides food assistance to those in need.

When God’s people are in need, be ready to help them. Always be eager to practice hospitality.

Romans 12:13

Call 205-672-3233 during operation hours for details.

Hours of Operation:

Tuesday Mornings: 9am until Noon

Current Needs:

  • Breakfast Foods
  • Vegetable Cans
Location 10671 Gallups Crossroad, Harpersville, Alabama 35078 Phone 205-672-3233 E-mail [email protected] Hours Sunday Bible Study 9:30am - Sunday Worship Gathering 10:30am - Life Groups Wednesday 6:30pm
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