In the wake of the current COVID-19 crisis, Missions at Burnt Hickory would like to invite you to continue to serve our community in a time when they need it most.  We realize this may look a lot different from your original 321Serve plan and we will be posting opportunities throughout the coming weeks to help you navigate an updated plan.  You will be able to find ideas and opportunities here on this page as well as the Missions at Burnt Hickory facebook page. 



We are continuing our 321Serve challenge by banding together as a church and working with several of our school and community partnerships to assist in feeding families. We are preparing and delivering food boxes to families that our partners have identified as the most in need. Each of these boxes will have over $200 worth of non-perishable food items and we want to reach at least 50 families in our community. Help us by donating today! 



MUST Ministries is feeding at-risk students and their families during school closings due to COVID-19. 
How you can help: There are two drive-up locations for you to drop off non-perishable food items:
MUST Donation Center, 1280 Field Pkwy, Marietta MUST Ministries in Canton, 111 Brown Industrial Pkwy
There will be food barrels at these locations Tuesday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. You can also give financially at MUST MINISTRIES You can also ship non-perishable food items directly to the MUST Donation Center, located at 1280 Field Pkwy, Marietta, GA



Sweetwater Mission is providing express food to families in need within the community.  You can help replenish their stock of essential food by donating at  SWEETWATER MISSION



In the month of March, we want to challenge everyone to be a part of serving our community

Serve 3 times as an individual


  • Bring breakfast to work “just because”
  • Reach out and help a neighbor
  • Pray with a server at a restaurant where you’re eating
  • Help refill snacks in a “workout pantry” at a high school for student athletes
  • Provide a meal/treats at your dental/doctor’s office
  • Bring treats to the office staff of your child’s school
  • Pay-it-Forward in the drive thru
  • Serve at the Noonday or Sweetwater Pantry
  • Prepare a meal or snack for Aloha to Aging that meets at BHBC on Tuesdays (e-mail for opportunities)
  • Share a talent, special gift or volunteer with the Aloha Day Club on Tuesdays ( for more information)
  • Serve with an Assisted Living teams to assist during a hymn singing at The Overlook at Cedarcrest, Aspen, Kimberly or Sterling Estates. Email for dates and times
  • Volunteer with one of our Good News Clubs at local schools (McGarity on Monday afternoons, Abney on Tuesday afternoons, contact Janet Miles for more information )

Serve 2 times as a family

  • Provide a meal for Calvary Children’s Home
  • Take treats to the local fire department
  • Pack food boxes at Noonday Storehouse Ministries
  • Help one of our local schools with a spring spruce up
  • Visit an elderly neighbor or shut-in
  • Provide a meal/treats at the local DFACS office
  • Put together and deliver to DFACS “emergency kits” for children in foster care
  • Host a diaper and wipes drive and deliver them to Paulding or Cobb Pregnancy Services
  • Create “Sweetwater Easter Baskets” containing everyday bathroom essentials (full size shampoo, soap, toilet paper, etc.), Easter treats and an Easter card for families coming to the Sweetwater Mission Pantry

Serve 1 time with your LifeGroup

See your LG leaders for more information on how your LG is serving in March

There are so many opportunities to reach out in our local community and show you care! Use the ideas listed or think of your own. The sky is the limit! How can you show Jesus and live missionally in March and throughout 2020?

See all the Individual and Family opportunitieS