Many Churches Helping Churches ABC Nebraska congregations have host important ministries to serve their local communities.
This ministry’s goal is to support foster parents and assist in providing for the needs of foster children. The Foster Care Closet has clothing available for sizes newborn to junior/adult as well as coats, socks, shoes, stuffed animals, toys, books, and other items that a foster child may need or enjoy.
We would gladly accept donations of any clean, like-new items for the foster care closet. Donations can be dropped off at the church or picked up, upon request. If you are a foster parent or interested in donating, please contact: Amanda Hayes #402-366-0738 or the church office #402-223-2437 and leave a message.
For more visit: https://www.firstbaptistbeatrice.com/
We are excited to serve our community!
No ID is required.
We serve over 200 families each month (averaging between 700 and 900 people).
The Drive Through Food Pantry will be open on the last Saturday of each month from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Due to the holidays, food pantry will be held one week early in the months of November & December.
DRIVE THROUGH FOOD PANTRY INSTRUCTIONS:
Please enter from the south on either 63rd or 64th street. Do not attempt to enter our parking lot from the north coming from Maple Street. We will not allow cars approaching from Maple to turn into the lot. Do not attempt to park or get out of your car. When it is your turn, we will check you in and load the groceries in your car for you. If you walk to our pantry, we will allow you to check in and receive your groceries outside the south entrance. This is a food only drive through.
Food donations will be accepted M-Th from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm.
For more information visit: http://www.omahabbc.com/home
The K-Street Lunch is an ever growing ministry of co-laboring partnerships with First Baptist Church, Lincoln Karen Baptist Church, and Livingston Baptist Church, all congregations that share the FBC facility. Additionally, they have developed new partnerships in the greater Lincoln area including Savannah Pines Retirement Community, The Barnabas Community (a ministry of Sheridan Lutheran Church), American Baptist Home Mission Societies (provided the grant money), Norland Pure (providing the water bottles). Other American Baptist Churches have partnered with them including the Second Baptist Church of Lincoln youth group.
Each Saturday volunteers serve 70 lunches. Each lunch contains: a ham sandwich (2 slices of ham with 1 slice of cheese), a packet of mayo, a packet of mustard, an apple, chips, 2-3 cookies, a mint, and napkin. Norland International provides the free water bottles that are given out with the lunches.
Each week is met with new conversations and opportunities to share the gospel in word and deed with those living with food insecurity.
Moses’ Basket a high quality baby boutique for mothers and their families with babies up to 12months. They strive to help, serve, and support women and caregivers by creating a loving and caring environment whey they can come and pick up needed items in a dignified way. Through donations they offer everything a new family needs for the baby and for a parent.