Neighborhood Action Ministry


Greetings from NAM!

Happened last week

  • Groveway Seniors Day last Wednesday great! Coach Jack McCoy made a comprehensive presentation about elections, he did a full review of the ballots, as well as all the issues that we will be voting on November 6th. Thank you, Coach Jack, for sharing such important information, our Groveway Seniors and volunteers appreciated it.

  • Kemo presented at SSOC about friendship and relationships. Our students seemed very engaged and there was a lot of participation. Thank you, Kemo, you Rock!

  • Aspen Pointe Fall Festival last Saturday, was a fabulous afternoon. We have many neighbors present, some of our SSOC members led some games and activities, and everyone had a good time. Thank you everyone who made this event a success.

  • Reminder to all NAM’s Program Leaders and Program Supporters this is the last week to fill out the SPIRE Survey. This survey is very important to us, the data we collect will be purposely used to plan the future of NAM and MOC. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions.

Happening this week

  • On Thursday at 10 am, we will be offering a community service to our Groveway Seniors, we are taking them to vote; most of them do not have transportation. If you would like to help, please let me know and we can make arrangements.

  • We are meeting with Mr. Marcelais current CEO of the RHA (he is retiring at the end of December), he would like to introduce us to Mrs. Gale Bohannan, who will be taking over on January 1. Thank you, Mr. Marcelais, for being proactive and strong support to our Groveway neighbors. We are committed to serve our community and it is our privilege.

  • Please continue looking at the following NAM and MOC links for ministry updates.
    Please share pictures, you can send them to Donna Brodsky at

Happening Next week:

  • NAM Program Leaders (people who are engaged in any of our communities) will meet with Shawn Duncan next week. All program leaders should receive an email invite this week, please plan to attend, it is very important for our ministry.

RPC’s Neighborhood Action Ministry in partnership with communities such as Aspen Pointe, Groveway Community, and Oaks at Holcomb Bridge, strives to build trusting relationships, advocates for equality and education, and empowers all to recognize and use their gifts to glorify God.
— Neighborhood Action Ministry's Mission Statement
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Thank you Volunteers for a great church-wide day of service!