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Danville

Please note that June 16 - July 21, we will temporary meet at Gravely Hall Auditorium, Danville High School (203 E. Lexington Ave.) to allow our construction crew 6 weeks to complete their work. Children’s Environments will be provided for Nursery and Pre-School.

Sunday Service Times:
9:30am 11:15am

(859) 224-1600

Email: general@southland.church

203 E. Lexington Ave. · Danville, KY 40422

Office Hours:

Mon & Wed 9am-5pm
Thu 9am-2pm

Mailing Address:

PO BOX 23338
Danville, KY 40422

Georgetown

Sunday Service Times:
9:30am 11:15am

(859) 224-1600

Email: general@southland.church

300 School House Rd · Georgetown, KY 40324‎

Office Hours:

Mon, Wed, Thu 9am-5pm

Mailing Address:

PO BOX 23338
Lexington, KY 40523

Lexington

Sunday Service Times:
9:30am 11:15am 6:00pm

(859) 224-1600

Email: general@southland.church

2349 Richmond Road · Lexington, KY 40502

Office Hours:

Open to visitors Mon & Wed, 9am-4pm

Mailing Address:

PO BOX 23338
Lexington, KY 40523

Nicholasville

Sunday Service Times:
9:30am 9:40am 11:15am

(859) 224-1600

Email: general@southland.church

5001 Harrodsburg Road · Nicholasville, KY 40356

Office Hours:

Mon–Fri, 9am-5pm

Mailing Address:

PO BOX 23338
Lexington, KY 40523

Online

Sunday Service Times:
10:00am EDT

Local Impact

We generously extend hope to the poor

Featured Opportunity

Summer Backpacks

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Betty Hawkins

Summer backpack programs are happening at Southland Campuses. If you’d like to serve with us, we would love to have you! Here are the details:

Lexington Campus Packing Team: June 13, June 27, July 11, July 25 at Large Shell Space (2nd floor near offices) at 7pm

Nicholasville Campus Packing Team: June 13, July 11, August 8 in Building M (past the pond on back part of property) at 7pm Contact Nick Bernard

Danville Campus Packing Team: July 11 at Woodlawn Elementary at 12pm Contact Tiffany Jacobs

The backpack program loves having kids of all ages to come and pack with us. There is no formal application to serve with us, so show up on any night listed above. Let me know if you have any questions about our program or how you can get involved. We look forward to serving with you!

The Impact

Check out our food list and bring items when you can.

About Local Impact

Dig in with Betty as she gives insight to how Southland is unleashing a revolution of love in Central Kentucky.



Your Opportunity

Choose 1 from each of the 3 categories below, to see the best opportunities for you.


Backpack Donations

Simply add at least one of the items from the food list to your grocery shopping each week. Our top two needs are consistently microwaveable meals and shelf stable milk. Drop off bins are located in the lobby of each of our campuses. Thank you!

For more information at your campus contact:

Tiffany Jacobs in Danville

Alex Galvan in Georgetown

Hope Mansur in Lexington

Nick Bernard in Nicholasville

The Impact

We are so glad you have decided to join our mission of feeding hungry kids on the weekends in our local schools. We currently partner with 5 Elementary Schools at our 4 campuses: Tates Creek & Breckinridge in Lexington, Warner in Nicholasville, Lemons Mill in Georgetown and Toliver in Danville to feed approximately 600 children throughout the school year! Without your donations, this outreach wouldn’t be possible! The purpose of the Backpack Program is simple - to feed hungry kids. Each backpack is packed and delivered with the love of Jesus and has the potential to change a child’s life.

Beep Beep Outreach

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Alex Galvan

​Southland will be partnering with the Lemons Mill Elementary staff for their summer outreach program called Beep Beep. Teachers host weekly events during July to interact with kids and Southland will be giving out summer games and treats. We would love to have you join us. Contact Alex for more information!

The Impact

Community Garden

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Nick Bernard

If you have a desire to work with your hands and hang out with others, the community garden is for you! Garden groups meet Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Contact Nick for details on getting involved.

The Impact

Community Garden exists to grow fresh fruits and vegetables to nourish the hungry in our community. Food is distributed to local partners and agencies that seek to feed those in need.

In addition to food, we grow flowers that are handed out to local nursing homes.

Helping Through Him Donations

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Shannon Sell

We accept donations 8:00 am - 8:00 pm daily. Items that can be donated include in-season clothing, home furnishings, home appliances (large and small), bicycles, lawn mowers, or any type of vehicle. We welcome the donation of items in good to excellent condition. Items can be dropped off at Building N, past the pond towards the ball fields. If you have large items to donate that need to be picked up, please fill out this form and we will contact you to schedule your pick up.

The Impact

We accept donations 8:00 am - 8:00 pm daily. Items that can be donated include in-season clothing, home furnishings, home appliances (large and small), bicycles, lawn mowers, or any type of vehicle. We welcome the donation of items in good to excellent condition. Items can be dropped off at Building N, past the pond towards the ball fields. If you have large items to donate that need to be picked up, please fill out this form and we will contact you to schedule your pick up.

Helping Through Him Volunteer Opportunities

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Candy Williams

Come be part of an excellent opportunity to generously extend hope. We have opportunities with volunteer teams that range from once a month on our Distribution Teams to several times a week with our Warehouse Operations Team. We can use your skills in carpentry, appliance repair, or mechanics or would love to have your help in sorting our donations. Want to deliver to those who cannot come to the warehouse? There is a place for that too! There really is a place for anyone who wants to come find community while also giving back.



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The Impact

Volunteers help with an amazing donation-driven ministry called Helping Through Him which has shared resources and serves tens of thousands of people across Central Kentucky.

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Candy Williams

Our life coaches meet with clients three to six times. They assess needs, evaluate current financial condition and provide tools to help families get a handle on their spending, project future expenses, and life within a budget. Our goal is to help families become healthy and enjoy a sustainable future.



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The Impact

We’ve all heard the old Chinese Proverb, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” That same philosophy is the foundation for our Life Coaches.

Our life coaches meet with clients three to six times. They assess needs, evaluate current financial condition, provide tools to help families get a handle on their spending, project future expenses, and life within a budget. Our goal is to help families become healthy and enjoy a sustainable future.

Join us to see how you can become a life coach! You don’t need a financial degree or a career in banking, just common sense and a desire to help.

Prison Ministry

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Gordon Walls

Southland’s prison ministry is about the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ as we focus on building relationships through groups that minister in both Men’s and Women’s facilities. Please contact Gordon at gwalls@southland.church for more information.

The Impact

Southland’s prison ministry is about the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ as we focus on building relationships.

Room in the Inn

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Nick Bernard

From November through March, we need volunteers to help us on Saturday nights! There are 7 different opportunities: food preparation, drivers, overnight hosts (men only), set up, socializers, giving devotions, and prayer team. We’d love to have you join us & we look forward to hearing from you!

The Impact

Room in the Inn is an incredible program that touches the lives of individuals facing or transitioning out of homelessness. This program offers our guests the opportunity to get out of the cold, have a home cooked meal, sleep in a clean bed, grab a shower, use laundry facilities, eat a hot breakfast and take a bag lunch with them the next day.

Serve the City

Serve the City is a weekly ministry that seeks to create & maintain relationships with those in specific Central Kentucky neighborhoods. We utilize the church body and resources to bring hope and love in a multitude of ways (ie. Cookouts, Easter Egg Hunts, Trunk or Treat etc) to the people who live there. The goal is to introduce Christ in tangible ways to people in our community.

Recommended Ages: 14yrs+

For more information at your campus contact:

Tiffany Jacobs in Danville

Alex Galvan in Georgetown

Hope Mansur in Lexington

Nick Bernard in Nicholasville



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The Impact

Serve the City is a weekly ministry that seeks to create & maintain relationships with those in specific Central Kentucky neighborhoods. We utilize the church body and resources to bring hope and love in a multitude of ways (ie. Cookouts, Easter Egg Hunts, Trunk or Treat etc) to the people who live there. The goal is to introduce Christ in tangible ways to people in our community.


Our Partners

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Here's a few answers to our most common questions.

How often does a volunteer need to be present once they make a commitment to serve?

  • Mentors need to be present each week during the school year
  • Backpack volunteers commit to a minimum of twice a month
  • Serve The City volunteers try to be present each week for one year
  • Room in the Inn varies by commitment in the winter months
  • Prison Ministry meets weekly

How can I request assistance from Helping Through Him?

Please call 859-224-1600 and ask the office host to connect you to the Helping Through HIM line or select option 2 if the host is unable to answer. Follow the prompts for more information about receiving clothing, household items or a financial life coach. You can also find more information on our Need Help page.

Where is Helping Through Him located?

The back part of the Harrodsburg Road campus, past the pond near the ball fields…building N.

Can I mentor if I’m in high school?

If you are under 18, you can mentor an elementary-aged student through your high school.

Can mentors meet with students after school?

Sometimes - it depends on if that specific school has an after-school program and transportation can be organized for the child to get home after meeting with mentor.

What food items should be donated for the backpack program?

How do I donate backpack items?

Bring these items to church on Sunday and drop off in the bins in the lobby at each campus. If you have a large donation, contact us.

Do I need to complete a volunteer application to pack backpacks?

No, just show up at the appointed time for each campus and help us pack.

What is highest need from backpack food list?

Typically the highest need is the individual microwaveable meals. These are made by chef boyardee, hormel, etc. and are shelf stable. Secondary would be shelf-stable milk or juice boxes.

How do I schedule a ballfield at the Nicholasville campus?

Our fields are leased out through the YMCA in Beaumont. Contact them at (859) 219-9622.


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