COMMUNITY READING PLAN
As a church community, many of us join in on the same daily Bible reading plan called The Moravian Texts. These can be delivered to your email inbox every morning by going to this link, you can download an ebook version, or you can purchase a hard copy for the entire year by going here.
EAST END FELLOWSHIP CALENDAR 2019
To see what’s going on at EEF every week, check out our Church Calendar.
At East End Fellowship, we are committed to serving the poor and the disadvantaged. One need for the members of our community is employment and resources to help them overcome the issues that stand in their way of being gainfully employed. This link will take you to a list of resources our Mercy Team has put together to connect you with established non-profits in the Richmond area that are dedicated to helping those in need. If you have other resources that you can offer, or job opportunities, or questions of how we can best serve you, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The primary focus of Urban Hope is to partner with families who seek affordable rental housing and/or home ownership. The support Urban Hope provides to renters and future home owners comes through collaborations with caring community residents, local churches, and local organizations interested in such work. For more information, you can visit Urban Hope's website here.
EDUCATION AND AFTER-SCHOOL ASSISTANCE
We partner with CHAT, a non-profit that features after-school programs, including tutoring, life skills classes, youth leadership opportunities and summer activities. Church Hill Academy, a local private high school, and Tiny Tykes preschool, a local private preschool, are also a part of CHAT. To get connected to one of CHAT's programs or for opportunities to volunteer with CHAT, you can visit CHAT's website here.