Serve at Christ Church
Wednesday Community Lunch
Wednesday Lunch Ministry is a lay-led group of individuals whose mission is to provide a scratch-cooked, healthy and delicious meal to members of our Bowling Green community. All are welcome to the meal, which is served Wednesdays at 11AM. You can help the Wednesday Lunch Ministry by volunteering to set up, cook, clean up, or by simply sharing a meal with someone. For more information, contact Mary Cash or Janice Erbach.
Stephen Ministers are lay congregation members trained to provide one-to-one care to those experiencing a difficult time in life, such as grief, divorce, job loss, chronic or terminal illness, or relocation. Stephen Ministers come from all walks of life, but they all share a passion for bringing Christ’s love and care to people during a time of need. To request a Stephen Minister to walk with you or to learn more about becoming one, contact Father Steve.
Christ Episcopal Church is blessed to be a part of Churches United In Christ, a joint ministry of downtown Bowling Green churches which provides assistance with utilities and other crisis matters.
As an act of love and Christian concern, these churches have united in mission to provide emergency assistance to persons and families in need. Assistance is given without regard for sex, age, race, national origin, religious affiliation or status. You can help by giving directly to the CUIC Help fund, or by volunteering with the ministry to interview applicants and provide aid when needed. For more information, contact Vonda Garringer.
Room in the Inn
Room in the Inn is an interfaith collaborative effort to provide shelter for individuals experiencing homelessness through the cold weather months from November to March. Christ Episcopal Church, alongside other area churches, provides shelter, hygiene options, fellowship, and evening and morning meals twice a month. Opportunities to help include staying the night as an Innkeeper, providing a meal, assisting with set-up and linens, or by financially supporting the ministry. For more information, contact Brenda Willoughby or Jim Dale.