“Called to Care” Foster Ministry Orientation Session
May 9 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | B118
Join us for our next orientation session to learn more about opportunities to serve in our foster care ministry.
You don’t have to go far to serve “the least and the lost,” and no group better epitomizes the least and the lost than foster children. Foster families are on the front lines of serving these children, but they could not do what they do without a group of volunteers supporting them in their journey. Serving the least and lost is truly a community effort accomplished through our Foster Ministry Community of Care. There are numerous support team opportunities within the Mt. Bethel Called to Care Foster Ministry that are essential to providing loving, nurturing, Christian homes for our foster children. We need baby sitters, drivers, clothes, and tutors for the children, as well as meals, goods and services, and prayer partners for our foster families. If you are looking for volunteer opportunities, becoming a foster family Community of Care support volunteer is an essential and meaningful way to support our foster children and families.
This training provides insight and understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities that arise when working with foster children. The Mt. Bethel Called to Care Foster Ministry prepares and supports families in their endeavor to serve foster children right here in Cobb County.
For more information, please contact Stephanie Watts, 770.853.8275.