Appalachia Service Project (ASP)
Leaders and participants travel to the most impoverished area in the Appalachian Mountains to help repair homes for one week.
Contact: Tom Kuhl
This outreach to the blind provides a monthly fellowship dinner for those who are blind or visually impaired. Volunteers provide transportation, prepare and serve food to guests, and help set up and clean up.
Contact: Annette Langefeld-Kennedy
Coffeehouse is a monthly social event for teens and adults with developmental disabilities. Volunteers help make these nights special from beginning to end by volunteering to set up, greet guests, serve refreshments, and clean up.
Click HERE to learn more about the Coffeehouse at Resurrection and at other churches.
Contact: Brenda Peterson
Community Food and Crisis
Resurrection partners with several local agencies to provide support. Volunteers are needed for year-round special events and collections.
Contact: Jan Boyer
Habitat for Humanity
Volunteer as part of a team in home construction for families in need.
Contact: Tim Hiteshaw
May 2018 Habitat
The Hometown Support Program pairs services members, veterans and their families or other primary caregivers with extensively trained Stephen Ministers serving as Hometown Support Volunteers (HSV).
Contact: Bruce Kennedy
The Life Team equips the congregation to be gospel-driven champions of life by providing opportunities to support orphans and foster children, to provide home repair assistance through Resurrection Service Project (RSP), to encourage life affirming decisions, and to promote sexual purity and marriage.
Contact: Pam Kuhl
May 2018 RSP
Ramp Building for 2 Houses
Meals on Wheels
Deliver noontime meals to Cary area elderly and shut-ins.
RLC delivery teams can always use substitutes. If you are available and interested in giving 2-3 hours from 10:30 am-1:00 pm every 3rd and 5th Thursday of the month, please contact Else Travers.
Thanks-For-Giving - As we thank God for all of our blessings during this Thanksgiving Season, we want to lift up a special thanks for all who have delivered for Meals on Wheels this past year: Sue Anderson, Keith and Yvonne Braswell, Sandy Brummeyer, Greta Hervey, Bruce and Annette Kennedy, Jo and Stan Maleitzke, Laura Needle, Barbara Niffenegger, Ed Norse, Fred and Terry Page, Eunice Shoemaker, Diana Spirovich, Phil Strengholt, Jamee Thieme, Tom Travers, Jan Wozniak, and Cynthia Wyse—you are a blessing!
Contact: Else Travers
Mission Team Outreach
Resurrection partners with several agencies, local and abroad, to bring help, hope, and service to people in need.
Contact: Ron Bostick
Partnership between RLC and Lutheran Church Uganda. Together we serve the people in various parts of Uganda.
Contact: Cheryl Fike
New Horizons Christmas Store
Take an Ornament, Help a Family in Need in Our Community!
Around Christmastime, Christmas trees are placed outside the Sanctuary and the Family Life Center with "ornaments" from the New Horizons Christmas Store with the ages and gender of children and youth who will be benefiting from their program that year. Their program allows low income families the opportunity to select Christmas gifts for children who would not otherwise receive one. Information on the Christmas Store and suggested gift ideas can be found at ChristmasInApex.com.
Contact: Cynthia Wyse
During this annual spring event, RLC members gather together to reach out to our local community and those in need by working hand-in-hand with a variety of agencies.
In 2018, volunteers worked 750 service hours providing service to over 5,000 people. Volunteers participated in packing over 1,400 lunches for the homeless, cataloging Christian materials for the Christian Library International (CLI) prison ministry, packing school kits for Lutheran World Relief, knitting hats for preemies, making pillow cases for cancer patients, making crafts and favors for nursing homes and shut-ins, doing trail maintenance and repairs at Camp Agape, stocking, cleaning, and organizing the food pantry at Western Wake Crisis Ministry, working at Goodwill Farms, moving offices and providing shelving for Families Together PLM, and sending cards of encouragement to our RLC family, missionaries, and service personnel.
Contact: Jan Boyer
This program supports individuals who are unemployed, under-employed, concerned about their job future, or just need career advice. Website usage is available to anyone, as many times as needed.
Contact: Bob Shimmel
Safe Families for Children
Safe Families For Children creates extended family-like supports for desperate families through a community of devoted volunteers who are motivated by faith to keep children safe and keep families intact. (www.Safe-Families.org) There are a variety of ways to serve including General Supporters, Host Family, Family Friend, Family Coach, and Resource Friend.
Contact: Pam Kuhl