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               Community Ministries


Duck River Dental Outreach

Web site:

Phone: 931-388-6410

Board Chairman: Jim Morrison

Primary Dentist: Dr. Dennis Gardner


We need volunteers and financial support for this important ministry. Our annual budget is $100K annually.

We especially need dental assistants, hygienists, and dentists.

Fresh Start Ministries

Web site:


Phone: 931-478-5930

Executive Director and Administrator: Dedra Campbell

Board Chairman: Rev. Don Terry.

FreshSTART is a non-profit that is a project of the Harpeth River District and the TN Annual Conference.

Relational ministry for those in recovery, including transitional housing, classes, Celebrate Recovery and worship opportunities.

Ministries include:

Celebrate Recovery, FreshSTART Recovery Church, In Jail Ministry, Community Outreach, Children’s Ministry, and Sober-Living facilities for men and women. 

The People’s Table

Web site:

Host Ministry: Columbia First UMC

Provides two meals a week for those in need, as well as other basic needs of life.

We support this food provision ministry by donating food, cooking, and serving quarterly every year.


Web Sites:

Contact: Josuee Palacios, National Outreach Specialist



Stress Guide for veterans with PTSD:


A free online resource to help veterans live better by seeing better.

This free resource highlights VA coverage vision care such as:

- Routine Eye Exams & Vision Care for Veterans & Their Families
- Common Eye Injuries & Disorders Among Veterans
- Important Updates to VA Services
- Treatment for blind veterans.
- VA preventive and routine care services,

431 Ministries

Web Site:

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The mission of 431 Ministries is to tend to the needs of the overlooked and underserved women of Middle Tennessee by providing safety and stability, giving them hope and a plan for an independent future.

Harvest Share

Web Site:

Phone: 931-381-4285

This is a food pantry that we support by ongoing food donations.

“Harvest Share Food Pantry of Maury County is a faith-based hunger relief organization located in Columbia TN.”

The Family Center

Web Site:

Phone: 931-388-3840


921 Beckett Street, Columbia, TN 38401

“The Family Center provides...assistance, particularly with crises stemming from poverty. Our focus is to restore stability and to teach families how to solve problems, not solving the problems for them.”

This is another food pantry that we support by ongoing food donations.


Room in the Inn, Columbia through Westminster Presbyterian

Web Site:

For A Room, Call: 931-981-4447, or go to the Columbia Inn Extended Stay at 1208 Nashville Highway, Columbia, TN.

Business Phone: 931-388-3703.

Executive Director Linda Lehti. To: Don Terry; Linda Lehti Email:

Send Donations To: Room in the Inn, 2800 Trotwood Ave. Columbia, TN 38401

Pastor: Rev. Jeffery Kane. Email:


They feed and clothe the homeless.

We currently support this ministry through donations.

We can also support them by sitting with them and dropping giving gifts for daily care, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.


Crossroads to Home

Web Site:

Phone: 931-446-3854


1001 Galloway Street

Columbia, TN 38401


Provides help and resources to the homeless

MUMS (Maury United Ministries)

Web site:


Phone: 931-626-6867

812 N Main St.

Mt. Pleasant, TN 38474

Randy Nichols – Executive Director

We currently support this through financial donations.

Provides transportation using volunteer drivers.

They also receive and repair donated vehicles “which (they) pass along to individuals who are genuinely trying to do better, but who cannot yet afford the purchase of a vehicle.


Bright Apple

Web site:

“Bright Apple is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded on the belief that no child should go without food. Many students in our school district have lunch at school but don’t eat again until lunch the next day. “

Catholic Charities Family Resource Center-Maury County

1501 Hatcher Lane, Suite A

Columbia, TN 38401

931-223-5444-schedule an appointment

Mon-Fri 8a-430pm.

Eligibility requirements for families and children.

*Income below $66k for family of 4

*One or more children under 18 living at home

Help with housing, utilities, meals, medical care, job training, and more.

They can also help with applications for:

SNAP benefits

Public housing

Disability income

Unemployment benefits.

Cowboy Up, Inc. Support Group

604 North High Street, Columbia, TN (back door)

For those (18 and up) who have lost family members or loved ones to suicide.

Meets every 2nd Tuesday 630p-8p (no meetings in January or May)


At St. Luke, we are growing in Christ by studying God's Word and its meaning for us both as individuals and as a church in Columbia, TN. With increasing understanding, we reach beyond our doors and proclaim the Word to make disciples as Christ has commanded us. We believe as Scripture tells us, that "faith without works is dead." Therefore, we go into the world to serve others.  As in Christ, there are no boundaries, we seek to embrace people of all ages and stations. We continually evaluate our path, reflecting on where we have been and noting where we need to go, looking for God's guidance and the Spirit's leading in each step.

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