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Get Involved

Pray for the Revive All.

  • Attend the worship services at no cost.  

  • If you are a pastor or member of a church that might be interested in joining this united effort, please call Rev. Rob James, the First Baptist pastor, at 910-483-0477.

  • Financially support this effort by clicking here: Donate.  Any funds collected beyond what is required for the current revival will be used for future outreach efforts in unity with willing churches and pastors as is the case with this Revive All.

  • Volunteer to participate in the time of Missions and Service on 20 May. This will be a time of service to the Fayetteville community. Projects have been identified that will help some nonprofit organizations be better able to carry out their mission of assisting in the lives of people who struggle for whatever reason. Volunteers are essential to making this Saturday morning effort successful. To volunteer, please call Allene Horne in the First Baptist Church office at 910-483-0477 or click here: Contact. Provide your name and phone number along with statement saying you are volunteering for Missions and Service. You will be contacted with more details. When this time of helping others concludes, lunch will be served in the First Baptist gym and there will be a time of reflecting on the morning of service.

Mission Projects for Revive All Mission Day

May 20, 2023

1. Fayetteville Urban Ministry, 701 Whitfield Street

(10-12 volunteers or more – children can help with a parent). Sorting clothes and/or food.

2. Connections of Cumberland County, 119 N. Cool Spring Street

Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Assemble snack packs and sock bags; organizing/putting into outfits children’s clothes.

Volunteers – 12 or less – children must be middle school age or older.

3. Operation Inasmuch Breakfast for the Lodge Residents, 418 Chance Street (on the corner of Hillsboro and Chance Street)

Time: 8:00am (Fix breakfast for the lodge residents and serve residents)

The residents of Fink Street are invited on occasions such as this – could be 20 in all. Breakfast can be cooked onsite or brought.

4. Helping Hands Thrift Stores (two locations), 2805 Bragg Blvd

Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm 

2-4 people per store; Straightening clothes racks, vacuuming, organizing bookshelves, etc. 

5. Helping Hands Thrift Store (Two locations),1027 Pamalee Drive

Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm  

Hanging clothes and moving boxes

6.  Second Harvest Food Pantry, 406 Deep Creek Road  

Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Volunteers: 20 Maximum; Sorting food. Children with supervision.

7. Shine Light Agency, 203 Rowan Street

Volunteers: 2-4; Administration services – working on files


8.  Prayer Team to meet at church to pray for workers and the organizations we are helping. Also they can send cards to our senior members or call them. Unlimited number of volunteers.

9.  Catholic Charities Food Pantry, 726 Ramsey Street 

Volunteers:  12 or less; Preparing food bags, organizing and putting into outfits children’s clothes.   Children must be middle school age or older.

10. Habitat Building Event 

Unlimited volunteers; Building racks to transport items in the ReStore Warehouse.

11.  Neighborhood Clean-up, next place a Habitat Build

Unlimited volunteers

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