Outreach Ministries of Fair View
Capt. Glenda Priest - Statesville office. The Mooresville location (N. Broad next to Employment Office) oversees the Emergency Winter Shelter project where people can be house for up to 3 nights in a local motel. This works for cold nights and major rainstorms. They also have kerosene vouchers and occasional help with utility bills. (704) 660-3066
Mooresville Soup Kitchen
Vickie Traynum - 275 S. Broad St. (across from library). Lunch served at 11:00 6 days a week thru March, then 5 days a week until next January. No sign-ins or administration necessary - if you walk thru the door, you can have a meal (around 150 each day). They also pass out to those present a bag of extra food. The soup kitchen actually opens at 8:30 to get people out of the cold. Great Christian group! Mooresville Soup Kitchen
Mooresville Christian Mission
266 N. Broad St (old Ford dealership). Valerie Chamberlain. They provide resources (job training, resource referencing, etc) plus run the food pantry, clothing closet, have used house wares and furniture. They also help with utility bills when they have funds, and transitional housing. This is a great org to donate to - clothing, house wares, furniture, food for the pantry, etc. They will provide a tax receipt. Donations accepted 9 - 4 M-Th. http://www.mooresvillechristianmission.org/
Book Bag Ministry
at Coddle Creek Elementary.
Fair View is partnering with Coddle Creek Elementary School to provide food to children whose families may run short on the weekend. Please contact the coordinator, Linda Gebelein.
Angel Tree Ministry
is a ministry that reaches out to the children of inmates and their families with the love of Christ. This unique program gives your church an opportunity to share Christ’s love by helping to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the families of prisoners. http://www.angeltree.org/
Samaritan Purse Shoebox and Processing Center Ministry
Operation Christmas Child website: www.samaritanspurse.org.
HealthReach Community Clinic
provides healthcare at no cost to residents of Mooresville, Troutman, and Mt. Mourne who have incomes of less than 200% of the Federal Poverty Level and have no healthcare insurance.
Our medical services include family-practice medical care, chronic disease care, and gastrointestinal specialty care. Our dental services include preventative and restorative care. Our pharmacy provides free prescription, non-narcotic drugs to patients in need. Additional services include health education and chiropractic care.
Congregational Care Team
As we reach out to our community, we also look inward to the welfare of our congregation. We have teams who care for our congregation in the following ways:
The Card Ministry. sends cards out at birthdays or losses of family members, and general "care cards" when a member is going through a hard time.
Our Meal Team prepares a dish or a meal for those who are just home from the hospital or ill.
We have a team that will take people to doctor appointments and otherwise provide transportation as our congregation may need.
Another ministry takes communion to our shut ins and members in nursing home members.
Groups that Meet at Fair View
Boy Scouts http://www.scouting.org
Girl Scouts http://www.girlscouts.org
YMCA Preschool Site http://www.ymcacharlotte.org/
Legacy 22:6 Home School Co-op
Legacy is a group of home schooling families working together to provide fun enrichment classes, field trips, service opportunities, and social activities for home school students and their families in a Christian, family environment. We meet 9 Fridays in the fall and 9 Fridays in the spring. We also have a Support Group that helps to mentor and encourage families through all phases of homeschooling.