There are a good many children in Cullman City Schools who received reduced or free lunches. The qualifications for receiving this assistance is determined by family size and income as it relates to Federal Poverty Guidelines.
Often times, our heart strings are pulled when we see the commercials for providing aid to children in third world countries. The children who are living in poverty, malnourished and struggling. But how often do we stop to ask ourselves Are there struggling children in my community? In my neighborhood?
The answer is YES. There are 4,783 children in Cullman County who experience food insecurity at some point throughout the month. In response to this staggering number, our Knapsack for Kids volunteers have pulled together and connected other churches and civic groups to begin serving in their local district. We call these helping rings, “Halos of Help.” We can end child hunger in Alabama, but we need your help to make this dream a reality.
At Cullman First, we believe God has made you for a purpose! Finding and fulfilling your God-given purpose is one of the greatest discoveries you will make in life. This online Spiritual Gifts assessment is a tool to help you discern your unique gifts and empower you to connect in a meaningful place of service.
Learn how Authentic Power and Leadership looks within YOUR SHAPE and Purpose and in moving us toward, OUR DESTINY. Bring YOU!!! Bring someone else… we’d love to know them. Know that we will seek to be BETTER for the effort. We will meet weekly each Tuesday beginning April, 18, 2017 6:30 am—7:30 am Karma’s Coffee 103 … Read More
The Cullman First Hispanic Ministry is bringing the Vida Nueva Drama Ministry from Mexico the week of April 8th – April 15th. The team will work alongside Cullman First in a local outreach to our Hispanic neighbors.
You and your small group or ministry team can partner with us in one of the following ways: