Community Service

Community Service

Adopt-A-Highway – Volunteers pick up trash on Ten Ten Road between Kildaire Farm and Holly Springs Roads on a regular basis. There is a very short online video that you must watch and also sign a release form to participate on the team. New recruits are always welcome! Contact Nancy Kimsey.

Helping Hands – The Deaconesses coordinate the provision of meals for families in our church in the event of illness, surgery, or helping mothers of new babies. If you would like to help with this ministry, please be sure that you are subscribed to the CAC news email list to receive notice of current needs, or directly contact Hannah Gregory.

Men in Service – is a service ministry assists the widows and single moms of our church with routine home maintenance and handyman-type tasks, such as yard work or small painting jobs. The group also helps any church family where a father is ill and could use some help with routine home maintenance tasks he would normally do himself. Extensive carpentry or trade skills and experience is not required! Contact Tim Carleton.

NC Correctional Center for Women – Minimal Unit – Our prison ministry team conducts a Bible study each week throughout the year at this minimum security prison. Although our topics change periodically our focus is on discipleship and evangelism. Our pastor and worship team have also been given the opportunity to conduct Sunday evening worship services on a quarterly basis. Weekly updates and prayer requests from our class members are made available via email to those who are interested in supporting this ministry in prayer. Community volunteer sponsors are always in great need. After receiving the required training, community volunteer sponsors are able to bring women from our class out of the prison to attend worship services, church sponsored Bible studies and special functions as well as assist them with any transitional needs they may have. For further information you may contact Jan Stobbe.

With Love From Jesus – CAC and other local churches partner with WLFJ to provide for the needs of the poor and/or homeless in Raleigh. WLFJ is currently ministering to over 4,000 families each month in addition to assisting many other ministries with helpful resources for their outreach. The distribution of food, household items, clothing, furniture, computers, and vehicles provides the opportunity to share the love of Christ to the community. Contact Karn and Judy Gray.