Christian Jam Battle of the Bands

Thank You local sponsor, Supercuts of Statesville, for helping to make this event possible.

Calling All Christian Bands!

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12 Christian bands will be selected to compete for the opportunity to play at the pre-show for the May 2 Christian Jam, Building 429’s “We Won’t Be Shaken Tour.”  Please join us to cheer on your favorite local band, admission is $5.00 and tickets are available at the door.

To qualify for entry into this competition, please review contest guidelines and judging criteria and complete the attached application by 2/27/14!

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Christian Mission Yard Sale

Join us on the second Saturday of each month for our Yard Sale.  All proceeds from this event go directly to helping fight poverty right here in our community.  Hours are 8 am – noon at Christian Mission Education Center, 100 Beam Drive, Mooresville, NC.

Christian Jam & Art Festival

ChristianjamlogofinalMooresville High School Stadium, $5 tickets available at i-tickets.comOR at the door. Join us for the first annual christian music and art festival, featuring local bands (Curios, Elijah’s Rain, Grace Abounds, Joyful Hearts, Omega Sparks, and Waiting Hill). Tables/booths are available for local artists for $20 VENDOR APPLICATION. The $5 admission includes entrance to the concert and free carnival games and rides. Food and beverages will be available for sale.

Front Desk Volunteers

FRONT DESK VOLUNTEERS

 

The Front Desk volunteers are the face of the Mooresville Christian Mission to our Clients (new and existing), donors, and the general community.  It is our job to present a welcoming smile and a positive attitude that will make our guests feel at ease. This also helps to set the stage for the level of professionalism at the Mission and all the services that we provide.

 

Some of the many responsibilities of the Front Desk Volunteer are as follows:

 

  • Greet the people and inquire about their reason for visiting the Mission.

  • Have them sign in on our check in sheet so they can be seen in the order they arrived since we do not require appointments.

  • Have them complete an application and ensure they have the required documents needed.

  • Pull files for our existing Clients.

  • Make copies of various forms and documents.

  • We answer the many phone calls that come in inquiring about our service or needing to speak to someone at the Mission.

  • The Front Desk Volunteer is also the first point of contact for all of the various special projects throughout the year, such as the Turkey Trot, Christmas Angels, Easter Baskets, Food drives etc.

 

Our Front Desk Volunteers work in two shifts per day.  The morning shift is from 10:00a.m. to 1:00p.m. , and the afternoon shift is from 1:00p.m. to 4:00p.m.  Our Volunteers sign up to work anything from a regular day or two every week to one or two days per month.  We use an internet based sign up program called Sign Up Genius, which is a very easy way to track the schedule for the month.

 

Over all, the Front Desk Volunteer wears many hats.  We meet so many wonderful people from the community and feel blessed to be a part of an organization that can offer so much to the people in need in this community.  To volunteer for the front desk fill out the volunteer application (click on the icon)  then schedule your time with sign-up genius (click on sign-up genius icon) .

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Food Items

Imagine not being able to feed your children…  

It is one of the most devastating positions that a parent can find themselves in .  

Now imagine that you are a senior that has to choose between medication and food…  

This is reality for the 1800 seniors or disabled persons the Mission serves.

 

You help to change this by supporting the

Choices Community Pantry! 

 

What is a Client Choice Pantry?

A Client Choice Pantry provides our clients the ability to select their own food instead of receiving pre-packed or standard bags of groceries. With this new process, clients have the opportunity to choose items their family prefers and can meet their needs for health or personal reasons.

Why give clients a choice?

Giving our Clients the ability to choose foods will provide them with the opportunity to pick items that are needed rather than receive items they may already have at home. It will also allow you to choose food items that your family prefers rather than to receive items that they will not eat. When you are able to choose the foods you need and like, you can add to your pantry at home to make your meals go further and last longer.

 Benefits of Choice Pantries

  • Limits food waste by providing the Clients with items they need and want
  • Provides a positive experience for the Client
  • Assists in meeting clients¹ special diet needs
  • Allows clients to feel like they have more control of the choices of food
  • Provides the clients and the volunteers an opportunity to develop a more meaningful relationship

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