Union Baptist Church

Outreach Ministry

Union's Christian Outreach Ministry provides food, clothing, and spiritual support to the community. During all our outreach ministries, members gather with participants for devotional after which fresh and non-perishable foods are distributed.
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Foodshare

For nearly 30 years, UBC members and volunteers from other greater Hartford service organizations have provided free, warm meals for people in our community who are in need.

Ministry Leader: Deacon Harry Jenkins

Breakfast Ministry

Early every Saturday and Sunday morning, our UBC doors open to welcome children and families looking for a physical and spiritual food. We listen. We nurture. We offer 300–400 meals each month, with the hopes of providing more.

Ministry Leaders: Trustee Felicia Morrison and Deaconess Linette Hill

Senior Brown Bag Ministry

The You Make a Difference Outreach Ministry was created to meet the dietary needs of senior UBC members. We want our seniors to stay healthy and active and help reduce the costs of personal food expenses, since many are living on fixed incomes.

Ministry members gather on the second Saturday of each month to receive food donated by members of the congregation, sort, bag, and arrange the food for delivery to our seniors. Caring notes are included in each bag, along with literature on healthy foods-specifically fruits and vegetables!

Ministry Leader: JoAnn Lewis

Annual Lean In Weekend

 

Ministry Leader: H. Danielle Green

What Can You Do?

Volunteer – If you have a loving spirit, are committed to building a strong UBC community, and have a passion for making a positive impact in a seniors’ life, we encourage you to join our mission to do extraordinary things in the name of Jesus – so that all might see, hear, and experience God’s love in tangible ways.

Children’s Learning Enhancement Program

For 24 years the children’s learning enhancement program (CLEP) In connection with S.A.N.D. School has served the children of Hartford with enrichment classes in reading writing and mathematics. Volunteers are always welcome to keep the program thriving and relevant to the community.