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5 Ways to Love Our Community

Watch this Video for 5 Way to Love Our Community during Coronavirus.  Although some of the dates/deadlines have passed, these are still great ways to love and serve Lexington!

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Greater Things Outreach Center

The Greater Things Outreach Center is a Food Pantry in North Davidson County that serves those in the county, not within the city limits of Lexington or Thomasville.  Susan Sayour is the Director here and many of our members serve at or donate to this ministry.

Bring in your shelf-stable food items to our church and we'll distribute to this meaningful ministry which helps feed people in this difficult time.

To get connected with this ministry, click here. 


Car Care

The car care team meets the second Saturday of each month from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. This is a free service the church and volunteers provide for widows, single moms, the elderly and those in real need, to maintain their automobiles.  To get involved with this ministry, click here

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Foster Care

Meadowview believes strongly in caring for orphans, as well as providing support for foster and adoptive families. 

We are currently collecting school supplies for foster families for the coming school year.  If you'd like to donate supplies, feel free to drop them off in the designated bin in the Narthex on Sunday mornings or drop them off at the church office during business hours. 

Supply ideas: looseleaf notebook paper, pencils, crayons, colored pencils, scissors, glue, glue sticks, spiral notebooks, highlighters, markers, blue/black ink pens, graph paper, erasers, earbuds, 2 pocket folders with prongs (red, blue, yellow, green, and black), 5-subject composition notebooks (red, blue, yellow, green, and black)

To get involved with this ministry, click here


Angel Tree Ministry

The Angel Tree Ministry is a once a year opportunity in November that provides Christmas gifts to needy children.  To get involved with this ministry, click here

Ministry Director:  Barbara Rogers


Compassion Team Ministry

The Meadowview Compassion Team is a group of ladies who serve the church family in a variety of ways. Working with a network of volunteers, we provide a meal for members and regular attendees who are in the hospital overnight. We also provide meals for members and regular attendees who have a death in their immediate families, if the family needs this support. We prepare the communion elements and set-up for all communion services and then clean up after the services. In addition, we have a card ministry. We send cards monthly to shut-ins, and a few missionaries that are from our church. We also send flowers, cards, or other appropriate items to members and regular attendees when they have to be hospitalized overnight.

To get involved with this ministry, click here


Blood Drive

Check back for our next Blood Drive date!  To volunteer to help, click here

Ministry Director:  Mara Lovejoy


Davidson County Senior Services

Davidson County Senior Services helps our low income seniors and shut-ins in the county.  They need products like Boost, Depends, and Toiletries.  If you have items you'd like to donate, feel free to bring them to the Church Office, and we'll take it over to DCSS.  To get involved in this ministry, click here


Disaster Response Ministry

The Disaster Response ministry normally meets about once a quarter unless we need to discuss an upcoming trip in response to a disaster. Disaster Response is a ministry that we have been a part of for eleven years; this ministry gives us an opportunity to be able to be the hands and feet of Christ in times of need when people have lost all hope. We are blessed to be a part of God’s work through this ministry. Side note: we have taken 15 trips; worked in North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, and New Jersey; worked approximately 7,500 hours and traveled 14,000 miles.

To get involved with this ministry, click here.



Crisis Ministry

Team members extend the love of Christ through fellowship into the lives of others who live lives of unimaginable hardship. Volunteers spend the evenings with an overnight stay at the homeless shelter the third and fourth Saturdays of each month throughout the year. Volunteers are generally there by 7:00 PM to fellowship with the residents, help serve meals, get the residents bedded down, and help with breakfast the next day. The ministry also holds a Bible study on each Friday morning at the shelter, generally from 10:00 to 11:00 AM. While there are many residents who know the Lord and we rejoice with them and provide scripture to lift them up in their daily walk, there are also many who are unsaved. We are thankful for the opportunity to share the plan of salvation with them. The mercy and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ is eternal!

To get involved with this ministry, click here

Ministry Director:  Greg Surratt


Missions Committee Ministry

The Missions Committee meets the first Sunday after worship service every month. The committee is responsible for all international, national, and local missions’ activities, financial distribution of Faith Promise funds, prayer request and coordination, annual mission’s conference and on-going partnerships with missions and missionaries.  To get involved with this ministry, click here

Ministry Director:  Dan Entwistle


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