Outreach

The people of Resurrection have big hearts for helping others. On any giving day at the church, you’ll find a stack of newborn clothes, a wagon full of non-perishable goods, or freshly made meals ready to bless someone going through a difficult time.

 

Healing Housing

Many of our parishioners have had the opportunity to become involved with Healing Housing, a non-profit created for women without financial resources who are in recovery from addiction. These women have experienced trauma, poverty, or incarceration, and are facing homelessness when they arrive at Healing House. Healing House offers women the tools, structure and loving environment in which they can remain sober, find mental health resources and financial stability, and continue on their own spiritual path. 

There are ongoing ways to support Healing Housing and the important work they do. Contact church member Linda Cullum to learn more.

 

Learn more about Healing House.

 

Blessing Pantry

Thanks to the Women of the Covenant, our pantry and freezer are regularly stocked with food items for anyone who would be blessed by them. Contact church members Linda Varnell and Linda Cullum to learn more about supporting the pantry or blessing someone with a meal.

 

St. Luke’s Community House

St. Luke’s is a wonderful organization in West Nashville that serves Nashvillians through a food pantry, mobile meals, financial education, childcare, and more.  Founded by area Episcopal churches, this organization has a long-standing reputation in Nashville, and we strive to support it on an ongoing basis. We always have a collection of non-perishable items in the little red wagon just inside the sanctuary. Bring donations anytime you’re at the church.

 

  • Diapers (all sizes welcome but children’s sizes 3, 4, 5, & 6 are our most urgent need)
  • Non-perishable food (anything for the pantry)
  • Hygiene products (toothpaste, soap, toilet paper, etc.)
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Household cleaning supplies
  • Baby formula
  • Pet food


Learn more about St. Luke’s Community House.