FPC Food Outreach Ministry

FPC Food Outreach Ministry packs and distributes food in our community every Tuesday. Our partner is Sweetwater Mission in Austell. We serve 225-235 families each week. Adult volunteers pack at Sweetwater between 9-11:30 AM. Volunteers of high school age and older distribute food in our parking lot on Tuesday evenings between 4-7:00 PM. In addition to morning and afternoon volunteer hours, we also accept donations of shelf-stable boxed and canned goods (pop top), diapers, baby wipes, and feminine hygiene products. If you (or your civic group) are interested in getting involved, please contact Martie Moore at MartieMoore@fpcmarietta.org

Food Outreach Ministry Needs

Volunteer to pack and distribute food. Email Martie Moore here.

Donate the following items:
Diapers
Wipes
Non-perishable food items (boxed or canned, pop-top preferred)

Donations can be dropped off at 189 Church Street, Marietta, GA 30060.

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Food Outreach Ministry Partners

More on our curriculum

FPC Weekday Preschool is a play-based program that uses the GELDS (Georgia Early Learning and Development Standards) as the foundation for our program. Using the standards, our experienced teachers tailor their units to meet the needs and interests of their children. Through learning centers, small and large group activities, and individual instruction, teachers present developmentally appropriate content.

We offer Zoo-phonics in our three-year-old classes to supplement letter identification and phonetic awareness in a fun, playful way. Our 4-year old classes and Kindergarten use Heggerty Phonemic Awareness for systematic and engaging phonemic awareness instruction.

We want to help kids develop their complete selves, so we take a holistic approach to help each child grow…

Socially: to help kids learn how to make new friends and communicate effectively.

Emotionally: to develop self-esteem and adaptability in new situations.

Spiritually: to understand God’s love and appreciate the beauty of his creations.

Academically: to master the foundations of language, reading and math.

Creatively: to use art as a form of expression through activities, music and movement.

Physically: to use movement class and playground time to enhance physical development, which play a critical role in a child’s learning.

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