Wednesday, April 30, 2014

volunteer of the week: ASHLEY CROSS

This is the first edition of The Community Fellowship's "Volunteer of the Week" that will be shared each Wednesday.  This week we honor Ashley Cross!!!


Ashley Cross and her family have been a part of The Community Fellowship for three years. During that time, Ashley has been a strong support in the Clothes Closet ministry, joyfully giving her time, talent and genuine passion for helping others. Though Ashley has a full time job at Najjar's Pizza that she loves and calls, "The best job ever" she typically works many hours in the Clothes Closet before going to work each day.


While volunteering through the week, Ashley will also help to get emergency food boxes for those in need and have come to the church for help. She is a great encourager and blesses others not only by helping with their need for food or clothes, she is also the friendly, positive point of contact they remember after visiting our outreach ministries.


Often, Ashley will spend her Friday mornings helping to prepare the church for our 2nd Saturday Clothes Closet Ministry where the community can come in and receive free clothes, miscellaneous items and
a hot meal. During the ministry she is typically seen helping people find the items they need, assisting them by carrying their choices to check out, as well as to their cars.


Ashley also volunteers in children's ministries in our church on Sunday mornings. She is a valued assistant in those ministries where she is greatly appreciated and loved by the adults she serves with as well as the children she teaches and ministers to.


Our church motto is "demonstrating the love of God to our community", and Ashley exemplifies this beautifully in every area of ministry that she is involved in. It is with great joy that we recognize Ashley Cross as our first Volunteer of the Week at The Community Fellowship! 



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