A community of faith
seeking to love and serve
in the Spirit of Jesus Christ
Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit
Holy Spirit reaches out to the community in a number of ways. We would be delighted to have you help with any of these ministries. Please scroll down to see the opportunities, and contact the persons listed. Thank you!
A group who practices needle arts, creating items for various charities. Blankets and hats for babies are provided to various hospitals, hats and blankets for soldiers, or those needing that extra support, as well as chemo hats for cancer patients.
For more information, please contact Ro Woodhead at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This group visits the Arrendale State Prison for Women several times a year. Participants help facilitate a day for the inmates to meet with their children at the prison’s Children’s Center.
A ministry serving children and their families who are homeless or otherwise in severe need by providing non-perishable food items packed in backpacks and delivered to the children’s schools.
For more information on Backpacks of Love, contact Cathy Schlecht at email@example.com.
This is a non-food pantry created specifically to fill a void in the local community services. The distribution for our clients is the last Saturday of every month. Ministry participants assist with both the advanced bagging of items and the monthly distribution.
The Family Promise program helps homeless and low income families achieve sustainable independence by connecting them with people and organizations to help combat poverty and homelessness, providing food, shelter and support services. Holy Spirit is a Host Church four times a year, providing housing, hospitality, meals, and support to families.
Each year we provide Christmas gifts to each children in the foster care system.
For more information, contact Carol Franklin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We collect teddy bears during the month of December to be donated to young children who, through no fault of their own, find themselves spending time in the Forsyth County judicial system. These bears provide comfort during stressful times such as court appearances, etc.
If you'd like to help, please contact Julia Ford at email@example.com.
In 2014, Holy Spirit began partnering with Mentor Me to provide volunteers and a space for after school mentoring programs for children in Forsyth County schools.
Please contact Sylvia Cardona at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to sign up to be a Mentor.