Serving others

North Decatur UMC takes seriously God's call to love others, and we participate in a variety of outreach projects in the Decatur community, and beyond. You are invited to serve with us. 

For more information about our ongoing initiatives and partners: 

Serving Our World

For information about ways you can serve right here at North Decatur: 

Serving At North Decatur

Scroll down to find info on our community partners that have volunteer opportunities for winter 2021-2022.

l'arche atlanta

Ways to Volunteer with L'Arche:

Build community with us. Our community events and Connexions groups extend our mission beyond our home to the many families in Atlanta that include adults with disabilities. Want to help create a place of welcome for these families? We always need help with set-up, hosting, and clean-up at our events.

Offer a specialized skill. Over the years, we’ve found that specialized skills can be key to helping others belong. From serving on a Board of directors to capturing photographs to making electrical repairs, we invite you to inquire about how your skill could advance our mission.

Join us for a meal. Love cooking? We invite you to share a home-cooked dinner with our house. We deeply appreciate our monthly cooks — and the joy of welcoming them to our table.

Garden with us. Have a passion for plants? Us too! We recently acquired four garden beds, and would love to work alongside you to maintain them.

Contact Megan Denton, Director of Development & Communications, to learn more. 

Decatur Cooperative Ministry

Our friends at DCM have distributed tens of thousands of pounds of food through our Fellowship Hall over the last year!

2022 dates coming soon!

Contact Cliff to volunteer.

In December 2020, our music ministry produced a virtual benefit concert for DCM's Project Take Charge. You can watch Songs of Hope here!

New American Pathways

NDUMC has sponsored a refugee family through New American Pathways in the past, and we raised thousands of dollars for them this fall. They sent the following message about the current situation with Afghan refugees:

"We are grateful for the outpouring of support and to those asking to get involved as we prepare to welcome Afghan SIVs and refugee families to Georgia. Our immediate needs include household items from our Amazon Wishlist, gift cards for clothing and other needs from Target, Walmart, and Macy's, as well as financial contributions to help resettle new arrivals. Items can be sent to the New American Pathways office ATTN: Advancement Team. 
Amazon Wishlist
Donate to New AP"