Volunteers Needed

  

AUGUST 16 & 19 - VOLUNTEERS REQUEST FROM JOHN ADAMS, UL CAMPUS MINISTER
We are looking for assistance from some Louisville Regional Baptist Association churches & other KBC churches. UofL Welcome Week is right around the corner (August 15-20). I am needing a few churches to help sponsor a couple of campus events.

1) Wednesday, August 16 from 10am-2pm for a cookout for new students and families during move in day. Need help on a grill, greeters, stocking food and refreshment tables.

2) Saturday, August 19 from 10am-noon. We are hosting a brunch. Need breakfast/ brunch foods and greeters.

Both of these events would be a great time to meet students and their families. Bring church promotional materials and invite to your church. Let me know if your church would be willing to help out!

John Adams
(502) 645-9551
John.Adams@kybaptist.org

  

 

BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 6, 2017 FRIENDSHIP INTERNATIONAL

Friendship International is seeking volunteers who are interested in sharing the love of Christ with women (and some men) from many diverse ethnic groups.  We offer a broad range of classes including English, sewing, cooking, music, etc. There are no special skills needed, except a smile and a willingness to serve. We are also in need of vans and drivers as we provide as much transportation as possible.  We meet each Wednesday beginning Sept. 6 at 9:00 am at Walnut Street Baptist Church in the activities building. If your church has a van that is not being used on Wednesday morning we could use your help.  If you are interested or need more information call Jane Allen at (502) 957-6038 or  (502) 303-8777 or Donna Martin at  (502) 244-0864.

 

 

OPEN DATE - KENDALL OPTOMETRY MINISTRY

Kendall Optometry Ministry (KOM) is an outgrowth of the Christian outreach of Fern Creek Baptist Church.  It is a non-profit corporation started in 2003. 

The ministry ships nearly 100,000 measured used prescription glasses to teams traveling to countries all over the world. These glasses are provided free to impoverished people in these countries.

We need volunteers to measure donated glasses. We provide equipment, supplies, and training in your home. Glasses measured will be checked and verified by an employee of KOM.

We also need people to sort through donated glasses to determine their usability and prepare them to be measured.  Detailed instructions are available for this process.

If you can help us, or if you know of someone who would be willing to help, please contact Sam Frizzell at 502-645-7792 or Holland Kendall at 502-640-2227.  For more information about the ministry visit  http://kom-inc.org