Beauty by Fire is a nonprofit ministry that exists to glorify God and share the gospel of Christ by serving the ongoing spiritual, emotional, and practical needs of widows and their children in the local church and community.
Ways to get involved:
Contact person: Brooke Freeman
Life On Wheels is a licensed, mobile medical clinic that travels to at least 7 different locations every week providing free pregnancy tests and ultrasounds for women who have had no prenatal care: particularly women in crisis pregnancy situations who are abortion vulnerable. We park in front of the abortion clinic in Montgomery 3 mornings a week, as well as on the Alabama State University Campus, at AUM, and on Main Street in Millbrook. We support local pregnancy centers by referring our clients to them, and every week we go to the 3 local pregnancy centers in Montgomery, Prattville, and Wetumpka who do not have ultrasound capabilities and provide ultrasounds for their clients.
Contact Person: Robyn Blessing
First Choice Women’s Medical Center is a pro-life ministry whose goal is to reach abortion-vulnerable members of our community in the name of Christ to make life their first choice. We are in need of volunteers who can serve as receptionists, answering the phones and fulfilling other office tasks. We also need volunteer nurses who can help provide pregnancy tests and medical consultations for our clients.
For more information about how you can get involved as a volunteer, please contact Laura Williams.
Vaughn Forest Church has a Disaster Relief Team that works in coordination with the Alabama Baptist and Southern Baptist Disaster Relief efforts. We have a trailer and equipment and have people certified as chaplains, cleanup, and chainsaw recovery.
Contact person: Joe Breeding
Vaughn Forest is partnering with Strong Tower Church in West Montgomery to refurbish the old Boys and Girls Club. The vision for this facility will be that in addition to providing a place of worship for the church, it will be a daily activity center for children and adults in that area.
Contact person: Norm Bell