MUST responds to God’s call to serve the needs of the poor and troubled.
MUST is an organization supported by St. Peter & St. Paul and numerous Cobb County churches of various denominations.
MUST offers a wide range of services to help people break the cycle of poverty: emergency shelter, transitional housing, meals, groceries, clothing, job readiness and placement, substance abuse counseling, financial assistance, children’s programs, community support groups, access to free health care, access to affordable housing.
In a typical year, MUST helps 36,532 people with emergency groceries; 22,036 with free clothing; 590 with job placement; 2,672 with medical care; 5,237 children with clothes, school supplies and gifts; 2,373 people with emergency and transitional housing; and serves 64,882 hot meals.
Teams from our parish prepare meals, pray and serve:
- We provide breakfast at MUST every Friday throughout the year. Contact Tom Martin.
- 5th Wednesday MUST lunches from 10:00am-2:oopm. Contact Carol Bowser.
- 4th Tuesday and the 5th Thursday morning breakfasts throughout the year at MUST Elizabeth House. Contact Tom Martin.
- MUST summer lunches program makes thousands of kids’ summer lunches – join the happy band on Sundays in the summer. Contact Jan Copeland.
We also run a clothes closet that transfers all unused clothing items and shoes to MUST every two weeks. New team members are welcome! Contact Tom Martin.
Read more about MUST on their website at www.MUSTMinistries.org
This year we are excited to be able to set up our MUST Giving Tree once again! It’s back in its usual place in the alcove. Pick up an ornament tag from the tree, purchase your gifts and return them, unwrapped, to the tree. You can drop off your donations during our drive-through drop-off at the Children’s Sunday School entrance on Saturday, December 4, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM and Sunday, December 12, from 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM.
Click here to view MUST’s online wish list!