*Due to the closure of our meeting space, we will NOT be holding in-person worship services through the month of April. We will, however, post recorded worship services to our website each week. Stay tuned for more updates as to when we will gather again.

Missional Opportunities

MUST Volunteers Needed:

Join Cobb Schools as We Support our Community

As communities across the country respond to the spread of the Coronavirus, now is the time that we stand together and show how Cobb supports each other during these unprecedented times.  

We have already heard from parents and community members who want to know how they can help their Cobb neighbors in need. 

For those of you who are able to help, one of our school partners—MUST Ministries—is asking for volunteers. Cobb Schools has partnered with MUST Ministries to feed Cobb families in need while schools are closed.  

MUST is planning to distribute food boxes for those in need, but they need your help. 

Donate: Drop off non-perishable food items in the barrels outside of MUST’s two donation sites, seven days a week 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.: 
- MUST Donation Center, 1280 Field Pkwy, Marietta 
- MUST Ministries in Canton, 111 Brown Industrial Pkwy

Give Financially at  mustministries.org/give-help 

Shop Online and Ship Non-Perishable Food Items to MUST: Ship items directly to MUST Donation Center: 1280 Field PKWY, Marietta 

Items needed for MUST rapid response food boxes include: 

Beef stew 
Canned green beans 
Dry milk (carton) 
Pinto or Baked beans 
Canned pasta
Bag of pasta
Canned carrots
Canned tuna 
Chunky soup 

VolunteersFor any organization, church, or person who would like to help meet the needs of our school community, MUST is asking for your help. Please contact MUST Ministries directly at neighborhoodpantry@mustministries.orgOpportunities will include creating food boxes for students and distributing food at distribution centers throughout Cobb County. They need volunteers to help feed Cobb students! 

"Connect-a-kid" 

Marietta City Schools is prepared to continue instruction for students through our digital learning platform. With your help, we are launching a new program called “Connect-a-Kid.” This program will allow us to outfit school buses with mobile wi-fi “hot-spots” that will be placed in safe locations throughout our community. Additionally, you can temporarily support a Marietta family who may need access to a computing device and internet access in their home.

For just $35, you can provide one month of internet access for a Marietta student. If you would like to “Connect-a-Kid” and support such technology needs, please donate online at https://marietta.revtrak.net/marietta-city-schools/#/v/connect-a-kid.