Human & Spiritual Values Programs

Programs That Give Primacy Over the Material Values of Life

The Forgotten (formerly Forgotten Man Ministries) is a program the reaches into Michigan jail facilities to with commissioned chaplains and volunteers. They provide and encourage bible correspondence courses, distribute Christian literature and reading materials, establishing and maintaining Bibles Pods and connecting with allies in re-entry and family support.

Supporting Beginnings Care for Life event
Kris Jenkins, Ray Sebastian, Dick Zeluff, Shana Grife, and Shelley Hawver volunteer at the Beginnings Care for Life “Walk & Run” event.

Beginnings Care for Life Center offers education, material assistance, and spiritual counsel in order to foster healing and positive choices for women, men, and their families.

Jacob’s Well offers food, goods, and financial assistance to relieve the acute, temporary survival needs of local residents, or transients, who are poor or destitute.

Family Promise provides temporary housing and services to homeless families in Branch County. The Club has supported the organization with financial contributions. The organization has temporarily suspended operations.

Mary & Martha’s Diner is a soup kitchen sponsored by the United Methodist Church to feed the needy and encourage fellowship among community members.

Coach Eby Youth & Family Center is supported by funds for “Friday Night Alive” activities.