Local Opportunites to serve in the Southwest Georgia area:
The Hope Center at the Coke Plant
We are working diligently to make these 80,000+ square feet available to minister to our community in various ways!
The Biblical Counseling Center seeks to help individuals deal with their challenges and crises from a Biblical perspective.
Alpha Pregnancy Resource Services
Ministers to women of all ages and in all walks of life who are facing difficult situations and decisions. We offer alternatives to abortion and share the Gospel through compassionate counseling.
Both of these ministries provide exhortation and encouragement to individuals and families.
To find out how you can serve, please email Jessica Sheets.
Provides treatment for men struggling with alcoholism.
ReFRESH® is a conference for those who thirst for revival. It's not about church growth or the latest worship fads. It is a time for you to come apart from the distractions and chaos of life and seek the face of God. ReFRESH® takes place every fall in Albany and multiple yearly conferences across the United States.
To find out how you can serve at ReFRESH, email Debbie Toole.
Legacy Park is a testimony of Sherwood's commitment as a church to reach future generations for Christ. We minister to our community by allowing a family-friendly atmosphere for sports and recreation.
To find out the various areas where you can serve at Legacy Park, email Patrick Sebesta.
Sherwood Christian Academy
The mission of SCA is to assist parents in teaching their children to seek the Lord in every aspect of life. SCA provides an excellent academic education, integrated with a Christan worldview, based on the inspired, inerrant, and authoritative Word of God.
The Lord's Pantry
The mission of The Lord's Pantry is to provide free groceries, clothing, and spiritual encouragement to the impoverished in Dougherty County and the surrounding areas.
Albany Outreach Center
The Albany Outreach Center exists to financially assist families or individuals in our community who are on the verge of losing their home due to the inability to pay rent. They also assist family members who have a family member in the early stages of Alzheimers, by providing both day care and home care.
For more information about local opportunies, please contact Ken Bevel at 229.883.1910.