Serve in the Community

Help Make Our Community Awesome.

See below, how giving of your time and resources, you can radiate the light of Christ to those in need right here in Roswell.

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// give time

Street Grace mobilizes community resources – financial, human, and material – to help individuals and organizations effectively fight Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST). Through awareness, empowerment, and engagement, Street Grace works to end this injustice in metro Atlanta. Chapel Roswell will be organizing “Street Teams” to go and host tailgate fellowships with victims of sex trafficking who are being housed at local hotels in the near future. Check back regularly for updates on specific dates for training session.


// give money

The Child Development Academy (CDA) provides affordable early learning programs and childcare for preschool children of low-income families in the metro Atlanta area. The CDA has been preparing economically disadvantaged children for success in education and life for over 45 years. Their childcare services enable hard-working parents to maintain full-time employment and prosper. By giving to this organization you will provide scholarships and the necessary resources to bring a bright future to many of the God’s children.


The Drake House provides short-term crisis housing, education and empowerment programs for homeless mothers and their children in north metro Atlanta. Women and children entering The Drake House are offered a variety of support services (job skills, GED tutoring, teen mentoring, financial literacy, etc.) to empower and move them towards self-sufficiency. Chapel Roswell and Roswell UMC currently provide funds to sponsor an apartments adjacent to The Drake House. By giving to this organization you can help sponsor apartments and provide services for these families as well.


// give stuff

North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) provides assistance to 5,000+ families annually via food, clothing vouchers, and financial aid to individuals in need. NFCC offers an array of classes and opportunities to help residents move toward financial stability and self-sufficiency. NFCC’s pantries are monitored closely and are in current need of these five items:

  1. Pasta Sauce
  2. Jelly
  3. Broths (no other soup)
  4. Canned meats
  5. Diapers (size 6) and pullups

Look for mobile shelving in Chapel Roswell’s south lobby and bring the needed items on any Sunday.