Make a Difference

We understand that every follower of Jesus is called to serve. We are a church of servants!


Serving within and beyond the Church

Women in Mission (WIM): a ministry of care that meets on the second Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. Visit WIM’s website for more information.

Food Pantry: Providing a well-balanced selection of food for community members in need, the food pantry operates on the second Saturday of every month. While coordinated and administered by Women in Mission, the food pantry needs donations to operate and volunteers to help distribute the food. On the fourth Sunday of the month, food and monetary donations are collected at the altar during the worship service. For more information on lending a helping hand or receiving some assistance, please go to WIM’s website.

logoThe Bethlehem Center: We are God’s people empowering inner-city youth and families to lead responsible lives by providing discipleship, education, leadership development.

Serve children and youth as an after-school tutor or mentor at the Beth. Very needed and very worthwhile!

feast of Saint FrancisBlessing of the Animals: In October, we join at Saint Elmo Park with Thankful Episcopal Church and bless the Animals!

Chattanooga CARESChattanooga Cares: Our mission is to reach, assist, and support people impacted by HIV/Advanced HIV through compassionate and responsive delivery of education, health, social, and advocacy related services.

Family Promise of Greater ChattanoogaFamily Promise / Interfaith Hospitality Network: We provide a safe, welcoming environment with caring, professional staff to help homeless families quickly transition to self-sustainability.

Serve by helping Family Promise quicken the journey of children and their families from sleeping in cars, under bridges, or couches in someone’s living room to their own home.

Susan G Komen® Chattanooga LogoSusan G. Komen: The Chattanooga affiliate serves 16 counties – ten in Tennessee and six in Georgia.  Since its inception, the Chattanooga Affiliate has awarded grants totaling over $2.5 million to local breast health organizations. The annual Chattanooga Race for the Cure takes place in September. Up to 75% of the net proceeds from this race remain in the greater Chattanooga service area funding a variety of breast cancer programs and services.

Serve by joining the Saint Elmo community walk with the Race for the Cure on a  Sunday in September. Wear something pink!

Serve in the Church’s Educational Ministries for Children and Youth

Nursery: contact a children’s coordinator at

Children’s Program:  contact a children’s coordinator at

Youth Program: contact LaQualla Holland at or 423.987.0210