Many of you have asked what we are doing during this time to love on our community and give folks the opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus! Every need in the world is an open door to share God's love. That's why, as a church family, we're responding to the COVID-19 crisis, not by panicking or hiding out of fear, but by serving the people who are most vulnerable.
I CAN HELP
Murfreesboro City Schools - CHOW Program
New Vision is partnering with Murfreesboro City Schools and the CHOW program to provide breakfast and lunch, as well as books, to youth across Rutherford County. They are distributing backpacks, throughout the week, of specific food items & school supplies, including books. You can help by making a food and/or book donation that will be included in these backpacks.
Chili with beans, Beef & Macaroni, Beef Stew, Beans & Franks, Spaghetti & Meatballs (single serving, pop top cans) 7.5 oz.
Single serve microwavable Mac & Cheese
Single serve fruit cups
Juice box / pouch - 6.75 oz
Single serve cereal - .75 oz.
Snack Cracker Packages
New and gently used children’s books, ranging from toddler to chapter books. All books accepted will be quarantined for a period of 7 days prior to being distributed to students.
College Student Notecards & Food Pick Up/Drop Off
We have a chance for you to help us reach the incoming freshmen class to MTSU. We are going to be writing cards to welcome them & show them some love! There are some important details as it relates to ministry opportunities that we’d like to communicate to them. So we’ve put together a helpful guide along with 10 cards, that you can pick up during an in-person worship service on Thursday or Sunday! Once you’ve completed the notes, feel free to bring them by the church & drop them off outside the Fellowship Hall awning.
Endure Athletics Food Drop Off
Help New Vision and Endure Athletics feed at risk kids in Murfreesboro. These children are homeless, most living in hotels off of Church Street. We are a drop off location for food items!
Canned goods, fruit snacks, peanut butter crackers, trail mix, etc.
The Coronavirus pandemic has presented us with new challenges and opportunities. Partnering with the Salvation Army is an opportunity for people to stand together in unity--to use their individual power of generosity to offer help and hope to our hurting neighbors. Your generosity helps to spread hope and provide food, water, shelter, and other essential items.
Canned Vegetables: green beans, corn, peas, baked beans (#10 cans if possible).
Paper towels, napkins, paper plates, to-go containers, plastic ware.
Other: pasta, mac and cheese, coffee, and cereal.
In addition to their food needs, the Salvation Army offers many other ways to serve. If you are interested in learning more about serving with the Salvation Army, please contact Bob Landham, Missions Pastor.
Inmate Notecards Pick Up/Drop Off
We are making an all out effort to encourage inmates during a time when they are on lock-down with no visits from families, no mentoring, and no Bible studies allowed. One of the primary ways to encourage them which also serves as a reminder that they are significant and thought about regularly is to send a short note to them. Notecards, with instructions and a sample card, can be picked up & dropped off at New Vision.
ALL DROP OFF INFORMATION
Pickup and drop off location for all donations is located outside the Fellowship Hall awning, Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 PM. Food is picked up daily.
WE WILL DELIVER TO YOUR HOME
If you are unable to pick up or drop off items, please indicate in the form. We will offer to pick up and/or deliver items to your home. A staff member will contact you for next steps for delivery or pick up.
I NEED HELP WITH PICKUP
For more info or questions regarding any of the above donation options, please contact us!
I have a question
I NEED HELP
Let us know what your need is and we will do our best to meet those needs. Please understand that we may not be able to meet every need. New Vision's primary response is to care for people who are high risk due to COVID-19 (elderly, medically high risk, medical and first responders, and those with children in the home). Please fill out the form below and we will do our best to meet your needs. Your name will not be displayed publicly but will be shared with the person who will help fulfill your need.
Our Care Ministry & Encouragers are still here and want to care for you! In this season of social distancing, we are providing digital counseling sessions via Zoom. Simply fill out the request form below and a counselor will follow up with you.