Mulberry partners with many outside organizations. These are just a few that members in our congregation currently support by volunteering and serving. If one of these interest you, don't hesitate to get involved! Our community outside of Mulberry is just as important as our community within these walls. 

  • Depaul Daybreak   

    Daybreak is a day/resource center that provides Macon’s homeless population with critical services, all in one place. Daybreak Center provides hygiene, health, education, and job preparation, often bridging various agencies in Middle GA. The Center also serves as a community gathering place to read, have a cup of coffee, relax, or socialize. Daybreak aims to help the homeless move toward housing stability and lives of greater dignity.

    Contact Lee Triesenberg by email or at (478)-320-4396.


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  • Kairos prison ministry

    Kairos Prison Ministry is an adaptation of the Walk to Emmaus/Cursillo spiritual renewal model to the prison setting. Currently Mulberry participates on the men’s team at the Burruss Correctional Training Facility in Forsyth, GA. Two weekend retreats per year and monthly reunion meetings allow Christian men to minister to inmates in coordination with the warden and chaplain of the institution. Mulberry supports Kairos with home-baked cookies, children’s artwork, prayers, and financial support. For more information contact Sam Lamback by email or at (478)-550-3067.


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  • the methodist home

    Our mission is clear: In response to Christ and the Church, the mission of the Methodist Home is to be a model organization that restores childhoods, strengthens families and cultivates a people-building organization. Our goal is not just to serve children, youth, and families, but to serve them with the heart of Christ, with excellence, informed by the best practices of the day, and with an eye towards wholeness in every part of life! Please join us as we serve the Lord by serving at risk children and their families in our community. For more information contact Jim Waters by email or at (478)-751-2829.


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  • Nomads

    Nomads On a Mission Active in Divine Service (NOMADS) provide volunteer labor for United Methodist organizations. NOMADS demonstrate God’s love through our work and by listening to the people with whom we work. We do new construction, remodeling, and repairs for churches, children’s homes, camps, colleges, outreach missions and disaster rebuilding. Team members do maintenance, cleaning, painting, electrical, drywall, sewing, flooring. With God’s help, NOMADS pretty much do it all. For more information contact Scott Wangen by email or at (478)-960-4598.


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  • the wesley foundation  

    The Wesley Foundation of Macon is the Methodist campus ministry presence at Mercer University and Wesleyan College. Wesley seeks to create an environment where students can grow in their faith with their peers through worship, Bible teaching, discipleship, and service to the community and beyond. Mulberry supports Wesley through sponsoring events and meals throughout the year, donating snacks for after weekly worship service and donating time and skills for Wesley House upkeep.


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    Mulberry also supports church member Nick Smith, active with the Wesley Foundation at Kennesaw State. If you would like to contribute a meal, sponsor a student on a mission trip, or become involved in their fundraising email them or visit their website.

  • Wesley glen

    Wesley Glen is a private, not for profit agency and ministry of the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church. Our goal is to increase the public awareness to the strengths and barriers related to people with mental disabilities, while being committed to providing services, in a Christian atmosphere, that improve the quality of life for individuals and their families. For more information contact Rev. John Irwin by email or at (478)-471-3711


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