Robertson Cold Weather Shelter Slated For November 1st Opening
ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – My Father’s House Mission Robertson County will be opening soon. My Father’s House is a cold weather shelter from November thru March that provides temporary housing for the homeless and displaced. They anticipate being ready to open on November 1st and are located at 101 10th Avenue East, Springfield. (MAP)
“Things are really starting to come together. We can’t wait for the community to see what God has made possible through their help.”
You’re Invited: Open House Sunday
OPEN HOUSE MY FATHER’S HOUSE Mission Robertson County Sunday, October 9, 2022 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. 101 10th Avenue East Springfield
Amazon Wish List:
They have created an Amazon Wish List of needs at My Father’s House. You can order and have it shipped directly to them.
Also, they could really use a couple of working computers so that guests can fill out job applications online and also create resumes. If you have a good working computer you would like to donate, please contact them and they can arrange to drop off or pick up.
All volunteers have had their background checked. Most, if not all are Christians and are here to serve God.
“We provide a warm, safe place to sleep and physically and spiritually feed those in need.”
Nightly check-in: 5-8PM, check-out: 7AM. Location: 4635 Hwy 41 N, Springfield (Old Armory Building).
This is not just for the homeless.
All guests at My Father’s House are checked in each night beginning at 5:00 pm. The first night we do run a check on the National Sex Offender’s Registry.
No one on the registry is allowed to stay at the shelter. We also follow all guidelines for COVID-19.
There are people out there who might have inadequate heating; their power or water might have been cut off; they are living out of their car or moving from relative to relative.
Guests are provided a hot meal that is prepared and served by our volunteers. A nightly devotional follows the meals and then the guests are given time to relax or take a shower before preparing for bed.
Guests are awakened at 6:00 a.m. to prepare to leave for the day. Breakfast is prepared and served by our volunteers. Some mornings it may be something that they can carry with them, either hot or cold.
Volunteers are always needed.
My Fathers House is in need of overnight volunteers 2-3 nights per week, $40 per night pay to volunteers. Must be able to pass a background check. Contact: 615-992-1547
Training of the volunteers is essential and mandatory. We may provide more during the season if necessary.
SAVE THIS NUMBER- IF YOU SEE SOMEONE IN NEED CALL 615-992-1547
Areas to Volunteer
• Volunteers to do the nightly check-ins from 5:00 p.in. until 6:00 p.in. Volunteers to prepare a hot meal for our guests and to stay. We encourage these volunteers to stay and help serve the meal as well as to visit with our guests.
• Volunteers to share a nightly devotional around 6:30 pm. We encourage you to keep the devotional short, approximately 15 minutes.
• Volunteers to bring breakfast items for the next morning
• Volunteers to stay overnight as chaperones. We need both a male and female every night. These volunteers would arrive no later than 8:00 p.m. and would be expected to stay until 8:00 a.m. They stay alert during the night and get our guests up in the morning, straighten up and secure the facility
My Father’s House Mission will help individuals see their worth in the eyes of Jesus Christ as they find their purpose and how to achieve it.
We will show the love of Jesus, respect each other, share what we know, engage to show we care and maintain integrity with strong moral principles. Website
Monetary donations are always appreciated and greatly needed. Donations may be mailed to PO Box 973, Springfield, TN 37172
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will
give you rest.” Matthew 11:28
My Father’s House:
101 10th Avenue East Springfield, TN 37172
Email: [email protected]
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