Take the step to befriend a family or a socially isolated senior. When we make intentional efforts to understand their circumstances, it shows that we genuinely care and also respect their needs and challenges.
Churches may organise Eat Share Connect within their premises, at participating MWS centres or in public venues like community clubs in the heartlands.
Be a Host or Volunteer during Eat Share Connect
Be a friend to families in-need by hosting a meal for them at your home or church or an MWS centre.
Thinking of hosting an Eat Share Connect session? We have prepared a guide to help you get started.
Be a Befriender after Eat Share Connect ends.
As a befriender, continue to engage with a low-income family or socially-isolated senior in the community.
Many feel like they are lost in a raging storm amidst this persistent pandemic, and face overwhelming fears and anxieties with no end in sight. Yet in the midst of the storm, God remains ever-present! You can be a channel of blessing to spread hope to these who are struggling by volunteering for a one-time opportunity with an MWS centre or participating Methodist Church outreach and social concerns ministry.
Whether it is lending a hand to help an elderly clean up their home, or something as small as mending of clothes – everyone has something they can offer to meet a need!
Find an opportunity you can be a part of below and sign up today!
Many are struggling to live from day to day, much less connect with others meaningfully. Help to combat social isolation.
Uplift the disadvantaged and distressed whose circumstances remain dire during this pandemic, with your financial resources.
Lend your voice to the marginalised by sharing MWS’ causes on your social media, or praying for the vulnerable in your community.