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To get involved with R3 Ministries, please contact us at hopenet@taylorsfbc.org.

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Poverty Simulation

Friday, February 17 | 6:30-8:30 pm | Taylors Ministry Center

Join us for an evening that will open your eyes to the human cost of poverty. This unique learning experience has power to create insight into the state of chronic crisis that consumes many working poor families. Participants experience one month of poverty comprised of four fifteen minute “weeks.” If you have a heart for ministering to the economically poor, please join us and learn alongside of our Taylors FBC Poverty Team.

Childcare is provided for children Birth through 5th grade.
Childcare reservations required by February 3.

Cost: $15. Register Here.

 

helping those in need physically and spiritually

R3 Ministries was created to fulfill the scriptural mandate to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and provide shelter for the wanderer. Ministry teams are mobilized to offer hope to those in our community struggling through difficult financial times by ministering to their physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs.

Downtown Homeless Feedings

The Homeless Ministry serves our friends in the West End of Greenville every 4th Saturday of each month. Volunteers meet in the parking lot adjacent to 713 Pendleton Street and begin with a message from God’s Word at 4 pm. The group then gathers to share a meal together and fellowship with locals. It is a wonderful time for families to serve together.

Click here to participate.

Taylors Community

Building relationships with homeless people in our community.

Contact Lee Carver for information.


Hopenet

Because everyone faces storms at various times in life, Taylors First Baptist Church created HopeNet to offer hope and healing to those facing difficult times and to meet specific needs in the community around us. Our compassionate leaders are mobilized to reach out through support groups and ministry teams formed to address physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of those who need hope for the future.

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