Serve Now

The mission of Alpharetta First United Methodist Church is to win men and women, boys and girls to Jesus Christ. Toward that goal, we strive to be the “hands and feet of Christ” through service to people in our local community, around the globe and in the church family.

Look to this page for the most current — and urgent — volunteer needs. Won’t you step up to be the hands and feet of Christ?

How are you serving others? Share your Door Story: #serveothersAFUMC #doorstory

Here’s How You Can Help People Impacted by Hurricane Florence

Please join us in praying for all those who were impacted by Hurricane Florence this week. While full recovery may take months, or even years, there are a couple of ways for you to make an impact right now: 100% of donations made to the United Methodist Committee On Relief (UMCOR) will go toward recovery efforts. To donate, visit

UMCOR has requested that churches send Disaster Relief Early Response Team) to North Carolina to begin recovery efforts. Our church will send a team Monday, Oct. 15, through Friday, Oct. 19. If you’re interested in serving or want more information, please contact Mike Derrick.


DreamWeavers Annual Fallfest

Sat., Oct. 6, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., High Meadows School, 1055 Willeo Rd, Roswell, Ga.
Help with set up, clean up or arts and crafts at this festival for area foster families. Choose from a variety of jobs, including holding and caring for babies, playing with children and serving meals. Sign up here.


Camp Grace Annual Fall Festival

Saturday, Oct. 13, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Camp Grace, 2559 Walkers Chapel Rd., Roberta, Ga.
Donate candy for prizes and games for Camp Grace’s Annual Fall Festival, and participate in the free day of family fun. We will have a bus to take volunteers to the festival. If you’re interested in attending, contact Lisa Jackson.


Women’s Community Kitchen

Friday, Oct. 5
Join our volunteer team and serve a nutritious meal to women and children at the Women’s Community Kitchen at Grace UMC. Sign up here.


Santa’s Secret Shop needs your donations

It’s not too early to start thinking about Santa’s Secret Shop and cleaning out your closets! Drop off donated items at the church office. Santa Secret Shop is a family event and fundraiser for the United Methodist Women. The shop, which will be held on Dec. 12, gives children an opportunity to select Christmas gifts for their families  for just $1 each.



Let Us Know When You Serve

When you serve with a local, regional or international mission organization, please let us know. You can log your mission hours here