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Discover how you can connect with local missions in our community!

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305 8th street, supporting group home for adults with disabilities.*

Contact: Crissa Letson,

Visit, encourage, pray with and for the staff and residents, provide household items and pantry supplies to adults with special needs. Volunteers needed for meaningful daytime activities and to bring lunch for the residents.

Aid to inmate mothers, to help transport children to visit with their mothers while in prison.

Asbury Community Thrift Store, to provide a source of reasonably priced merchandise to the community in need.*

Contact: Ann Pospicil,

Volunteers are needed to help with end of the year donations.

Asbury Food Pantry, to feed the hungry in the Madison community.*

Volunteers are needed working with the Food Pantry to help pack the weekend food bags which are delivered to the schools for next school year.

To volunteer please contact Sally Warden,

Food Pantry Contact: Wanda Couch,

      Needed items

  • Individual-sized Cereals
  • Chicken Noodle & Tomato soups
  • Pop-Tarts
  • Oatmeal Packets
  • Peanut Butter Crackers
  • Boxed or Canned Potatoes
  • Canned Fruit
  • Canned Veggies
  • Raviolli / Spaghettio’s
  • Toiletry items (all types and sizes)
  • Toilet paper
  • Paper towels

Can Recycling Ministry, supporting water well drilling in Ghana by recycling aluminum cans at the church.*

Contact: Sandra Skvorz

Volunteers needed to take cans to recycling center.

Christian Women Job Corps, supporting area women by equipping them to become self-sufficient with educational, employment, and life skills so that they can become viable contributors to the community.

Contact: Susan Elder

Volunteers needed to mentor, encourage, and pour into women while they are in the program.

Downtown Rescue Mission, supporting a local homeless shelter.*

Contact: Julie Woltjen,

Volunteers are needed to help with upcoming events and serving lunch the third Saturday of every month.

Men’s ministry needs, bibles,shaving cream, razors, bath soap, shampoo, lotion, underwear.

Women and Family ministry needs, bibles, shampoo, conditioner, small soap, body wash, small deodorant, toothpaste, razors, q-tips, feminine products, bottles and brushes, kids shampoo, Diapers, underwear for women and children.

Contact: Ralph Halladay,

Volunteers are needed for Children’s Chapel 2nd and 4th Wednesday evenings from 6:45-8:15pm and to serve meals on the 3rd Saturday of each month.

English as a Second Language, to share the love of Christ with our neighbors who moved to Madison from other nations and cultures.

Citizenship classes offered Tuesdays from 9:00-9:40 am.

ESL Classes Wednesdays 9:30 am-11:30 am and Thursdays 6:00-7:30 pm.

Contact: Jackie Norton,

Volunteers are needed to help with classes, set up and breakdown and special events.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes, supporting evangelism with an interdenominational Christian organization that works with youth through athletics in local schools.*

Contact: Pam Chambliss,

Volunteers needed to provide snacks for huddles.

First Priority, to unite the body of Christ for the purpose of empowering and equipping middle and high school students to share the love and message of Christ.*

Contact: Laura Davidson,

Harvest Youth Club, to support a Christian organization that provides an after-school program and summer camp.*

Contact: Asbury Missions Office,

Volunteers are needed to help with tutoring, reading with the children and to sort Thrift items.

*Lay Leader needed

Huntsville Assistance Program, to support a local ministry which provides basic needs to struggling families in Huntsville.

Contact: Asbury Missions office,

Huntsville Pregnancy Resource Center, supporting Christ-centered pregnancy care center.

Contact: Wanda Myers,

Nurses are needed to help with ultrasounds. Training is provided.

Imagine Initiative

Contact: Crissa Letson,

This is a transformational community development initiative with the under-resourced in Madison. Imagine how Madison will look differently in 20 years if Asbury invested in these areas with our neighbors. Working in our own backyard, we see God leading us to:

  • Microfinance and small business development
  • Nutrition and healthy lifestyle education
  • Vocational counseling and employment training
  • Support for building strong families
  • Child and youth enrichment through tutoring and mentoring

All of this will be done with the model of Jesus, “who lived among them.” Through collaboration between Asbury and our neighbors, we seek to see Madison transformed…one relationship at a time.

Inside Out Ministries, to support a local ministry which provides basic needs to struggling families in Madison.*

Volunteers are needed the second Saturday of the every month to help with work day from 9am-noon.

Serve alongside others each month (Second Saturday) to help at the Inside Out Ministry work day.

Men and Women counselors needed on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

Skilled and unskilled labors needed for projects and client needs.

Food pantry and cleaning items needed.

Lifeline Children’s Ministry, to support local foster care, domestic and international adoption, Kids camp and a foster home in Southern China.*

Contact: Stacy Franklin,

Lifeline Kid’s Camp, serving Chinese orphans right in Madison, Alabama

Volunteer to work in the clothing closet on Tuesday afternoons or donate new or very gently used clothing, Sizes 0-18.

Contact: Asbury Missions office,

Limestone Prison Ministry, supporting chapel services Kairos weekends, and teaching in the Limestone Prison.

Prison Ministry Contact: Ken Bauer,
Pre-Release Program Contact: Art Mann,
General Population Friday Night Service Contact: Gene Pospicil, or

Men volunteers needed to visit the prison on alternating Thursday nights and on the first Friday of the month to help with Asbury sponsored worship services. Training provided.

Volunteer teachers are needed a couple of hours each week to help with classes and to help locate churches for prisoners in the pre-release program.

Mercy Ministries, supporting a residential program home that serves women ages 13-28.

Contact: Lori Frusterio,

Items needed, Baby shower gifts of all kinds, gift cards, gifts for boys and girls.

Missions Kitchen, to provide a meal for families of those serving on international mission trips.*

Contact: Sarah Walker,

Volunteers needed who have a heart for cooking meals.

Oil Change Ministry, serving widows, single mothers and spouses of the deployed with routine auto maintenance.*

Contact: Shane Reece,

Volunteers needed to provide breakfast and ministry to women. Volunteers are needed to help with oil changes and vehicle maintenance.

Redbird Mission, to provide spiritual, educational, healthy and community outreach ministries in Kentucky.*

Contact: Bernie Stephens,

Donations of clothing and household items needed. Volunteers are needed to help load items on to the truck quarterly.

Society of Saint Andrews, to end hunger by gleaning food at the farm level and taking it to agencies in need to feed the hungry.*

Contact: Mary Lynn Botts,

Volunteers needed to help with gleaning.

SS Kids backpack ministry, to provide school supplies to children in the community who would otherwise not have them.*

Contact: Gail LeCroy,

Tent City, supporting a church ministry that delivers hot meals to homeless camps in Huntsville.

Contact: John Gaylor,

Volunteers are needed to help serve hot meals to the homeless in the Huntsville area.

Upper Sand Mountain Parish, to support small rural churches within 1000 square miles of Southern Appalachian Alabama as they minister to those in need.*

Contact: Asbury Missions office,

Volunteers are needed to help sort items in USMP thrift store and work on different projects

Voice of the Martyrs, dedicated to assisting our persecuted family worldwide.

Contact: Carol Hale,