We model the love of Christ by helping the underserved, the disadvantaged, and others broken by life's circumstances. While providing immediate needs such as food, clothing, and shelter, outreach volunteers also offer service, emotional, and spiritual support.
Questions about Outreach? Contact Agatha Nolen, Director of Outreach at email@example.com or 615-385-2150 x 246.
There are many ways to support outreach ministries each month.
December 3 | St. Luke's Toy Drive, helping families in need provide a gift for their families at Christmas. Learn more.
December 9 | Christmas Gift Delivery, bringing gifts to seniors in partnership with St. Luke's Community House. Learn more.
December 9-10 | Church in the Yard, serving meals and worshipping with Nashville neighbors in need. Learn more.
December 12 & 26 | Men's Shelter with Room in the Inn, providing overnight hospitality for those experiencing homelessness. Learn more.
December 21 | Women's Shelter with Room in the Inn, providing overnight hospitality for those experiencing homelessness. Learn more.
Looking for other ways to serve? Volunteer with any of our outreach partners at the link below!
Room in the Inn
Serving as an innkeeper on a Tuesday night lets you do a deep dive into 12 men’s lives. I used to think my job was to feed and host these men for an evening but soon learned that my job was to hear their stories, to let me into their identity. I learned this mainly from watching our youth interact with these men who have had trauma but still believe in Christ and the hope that he gives them. Spending a Tuesday night can be tough, but the fellowship and thanks we receive is so worth it. All I ask is for you to commit to one night a year—you will learn a lot about hope, struggle, and gratitude. - David Silvester
There are many ways to serve with our men's Tuesday shelter and women's Thursday shelter this winter. Follow the link below to learn more!
Over and over in the Bible we are called, commanded, and encouraged to serve one another, to consider the interests of others even above our own, and to imitate Jesus, whose life on earth was filled with acts of compassion. Jesus commanded us to love our neighbors as ourselves with an active love. To live more fully into this calling, St. George’s has a tradition of regular Mission Days in which we go out as volunteers to serve our community.
Become a Grant Partner
At St. George's, we designate funds each year for Christian programs in the greater Nashville area, particularly those with opportunities for our volunteers to build relationships through hands-on involvement.
Annual Funding | St. George’s Episcopal Church makes annual grants to nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations.
Social Enterprise Funding | St. George's Enterprise Ministry invests in new mission initiatives through funding and relationships for the purpose of blessing the Nashville community.