Serving Our Community
The Table cares for our community by being an active church of love and service. Following Jesus' example of love and care for all, serving our community is an important part of our identity.
Refugee and Immigrant
Welcome House Ministry
We are involved with the Refugee and Immigrant Ministry of The Welcome House. This temporary housing ministry is designed for refugees and immigrants who do not have a place to live upon arrival to the United States. Located in Raleigh, North Carolina, it is a safe home supported by a team of vetted volunteers who offer hospitality, settlement assistance and assimilation bridges into the local community. The main goal at Welcome House is to share the love of God in Christ Jesus through the ministries of hospitality and friendship.
The Table Helping Prepare a Welcome House for a Refugee Family
Western Wake Crisis Ministry
WWCM supports the under-served in Apex, Friendship, New Hill, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, and Willow Springs to create healthy, hunger-free, housing stable communities. One in five of Wake County residents is food insecure. Help us help them:
Donate non-perishable food, personal hygiene items (especially feminine products), paper goods, cleaning supplies and canned/dry dog or cat food. Donations are collected at our weekly Worship Celebration. A list of most needed items can be found by clicking here.
Donate Money. Financial donations can be made directly to WWCM by credit card or ACH through the WWCM website by clicking here.
The Table will accept financial donations via check made payable to Western Wake Crisis Ministries.
Volunteers are needed to sort food, prepare deliveries and assist at the reception desk. More information and a list of opportunities can be found on the WWCM website here.
Mission: Mobilize Faith Leaders To Advocate For Public Schools In North Carolina
Pastors for North Carolina Children live out their call to love God and their neighbors by supporting children across NC and the public schools they attend. They encourage faith communities to help provide “wrap-around” care and ministry to local schools, principals, teachers, staff and schoolchildren, and to advocate for children by supporting our free, public education system, to promote social justice for children, and to advance legislation that enriches North Carolina children, families, and communities.