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Some of Our Current Mission Projects

If you would like to get involved in one or more current mission projects, or have an idea of a mission you would like to start, click the button below and let us know! We will get you in touch with the correct leaders of the mission ministry and get you plugged in to the mission ministry.



  • Church Food Pantry

    Food is collected during food drives inlarge boxes in the Volunteer Office. The Food Pantry is available to members and non-members during church office hours and Sunday mornings.


    How to help: Donate food during the drives and/or help man the collection station.

  • Pastor Discretionary Fund

    Help those in need of financial assistance within our community (those who call or stop by) or within our church.


    How to help: Mark your donation to “Pastor Discretionary Fund.”

  • Greensboro Urban Ministry (GUM)

    Serve at Potter’s House community kitchen, providing meals to the residents of the WEaver House on the second Friday of every month.


    How to Help: Talk to Ashlee Decker about volunteering as an individual, small group, or Sunday School class.

  • Backpack Beginnings

    This organization provides children in our community with food and clothing. Volunteers from Mount Pisgah assemble food bags and sort invertory on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays from 2:30 to 4:00 pm.


    How to Help: Contact Brent Holmes to volunteer.

  • Mobile Meals

    Volunteers from our church deliver meals and check on elderly citizens in the community on the third Tuesday of the month.


    How to Help: Contact Ann Schwabeland to sign up.

  • Red Cross Blood Drive

    Mount Pisgah holds a monthly blood drive on Thursdays; approximately 40% of blood donors are from the church. Look for dates on the calendar.


    How to Help: Come and donate blood.

  • Under the Bridge

    Provides eals for 180-200 people in the homeless community on Saturday evenings outdoors at 300 Spring Garden Street. Mount Pisgah provides a speaker and a meal 6-8 times per year.


    How to Help: Sign up to help a team cook the meal at church, bake goods at home, and/or help serve the meal on site.

  • The Pregnancy Network

    Provides counseling, nurse visits, free ultrasounds, and material resources to women facing an unplanned pregnancy. We partner with them during the Walk for Life each spring by fundraising and walking during the event. We also sponsor a table at the Triad Gala for Life each fall.


    How to Help: Walk with our team, fill a baby bottle with money, attend the Gala for Life event.

  • Emergency Response Team (ERT) Projects

    Provides maintenance and repair services in our community and disaster areas.


    How to Help: Let us know you are interested in joining the ERT.

  • Greensboro Urban Ministry (GUM) Food Collection

    Collection stations twice a year at local grocery stores.


    How to Help: Let us know you are interested and check for upcoming dates in the calendar.

  • Angel Trees

    Help support a local community by taking an Angel from the Angel Tree in November. We have helped children of parents incarcerated and this past year, we helped a nursing home.


    How to Help: Take an Angel from the tree, purchase the gift, and/or help with hosting a Christmas party for the recepients.

  • Ringing Salvation Army Bells

    Each December, our church takes a day to ring the Salvation Army Bells. There is a sign up as the date grows closer.


    How to Help: Sign up for a shift and ring the bell at a local retailer.

  • Operation Christmas Child

    This organization sends shoeboxes full of toys, toiletries, and Bibles to children overseas to show Christ’s love. We hold a packing party at our church in November, immediately after the worship services.


    Also, a group of about 20 goes to the Charlotte Processing Center each year in December to help pack boxes.


    How to Help: Pack shoeboxes at home, at church, collect items throughout the year for the shoeboxes, staff our collection site which is community intake site, help at the processing center in Charlotte.

  • Greensboro Urban Ministry (GuM) Christmas Cards

    GUM has preented an annual holiday card since 1983, traditionally designed by William Mangum. Funds raised help community members in need.


    How to Help: Attend the GUM event at the church in November of each year and purchase Christmas cards.

  • Marine Corps League

    This organization provides assistance for homeless veterans getting started in their own place. Mount Pisgah and the Emergency Response Team (ERT) periodically serve with this group.


    How to Help: Let us know you are interested in more details.