The Missions at Maggie Valley United Methodist Church always need more helpers! If you can welcome guests, cook a meal, take out trash, clean up a room, wash dishes, organize food, pack a shoebox or have any other talents or gifts you’d like to share, come join us! We will help you find a way to serve within your ability and comfort level. Contact the Pastor or the church office (828-926-8036) for more information.
Each September, we send Christmas shoeboxes through Project AGAPE to impoverished children in the eastern European area of Armenia, some of our most desperate Christian brothers and sisters. Project AGAPE is a collaborative effort of North Carolina United Methodists with the Armenian Apostolic Church. You may make donations of items to help fill the boxes in the Church foyer anytime. Please make plans to come to the Fellowship Hall and pack a shoebox on September 20th 2020 between the Worship Services!
Postponed for now…The Open Door is a community-based Christian organization located in Waynesville and managed by area United Methodists. We provide food, clothing, financial assistance, and encouragement to introduce others to a transformed life through Jesus Christ. Our congregation helps the first and fifth Wednesdays a month.
Volunteers are needed from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm to prepare and cook the meal for 60+ guests and from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm to serve and clean up. Call the church office at 828-926-8036 to help out.
Our Church Food Pantry operates on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00am until noon. If you would like to donate food, cans or packets of food and personal hygiene items are always appreciated! Many individuals and families use this mission each week.
We always need help picking up food from Manna Foodbank or help putting the food up when it arrives at the church. We also collect food on Monday and Friday mornings from Publix in Waynesville. Thanks to the Manna Foodbank and Publix for their donations. Call the church office to help out!
The Shepherd’s Table meal offers free dinner delivery (during this time) at 3:30pm on Mondays. We serve families, seniors, and singles in need of a good meal and fellowship.
Usually, Church members and guests share a good meal and meet their neighbors. Financial gifts may be given, but are not required. We love help greeting, cooking, serving, and cleaning. Call the church office to help!
On Thanksgiving Day, Maggie Valley churches serve a Community Thanksgiving Meal for those who would like to spend the day with their church family and friends. Five area churches provide this meal from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm.