Join us at the Lamb Center and make a difference in the lives of our guests. From serving hot meals and folding laundry to spending time with our guests, we have plenty of volunteer opportunities.
We see each person as an individual, get to know them by name, and assist them as we are able. In order to more effectively help the people we serve, we want to more intensely serve them so they can get back on their feet more quickly.
Our Work at the Lamb Center
We’ve been working with churches, schools and businesses to help address homelessness in our area since 1992. Our staff works alongside of volunteers to care, counsel and assist the homeless. Learn about our volunteer opportunities, upcoming events, and our partners making a difference.
We’re passionate about solving the homeless crisis in our lifetime, being great stewards of the resources entrusted to us, and providing a hope and a future to people. Here’s the difference we’ve made in the last year.
Guests Served Daily
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“If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother in need but has no pity on him, how can the love of God be in him? …Let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth.”
– 1 John 3:17-18
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Bravely Breaking Free
“Jill” was alienated from her kids, living in the woods with a violent boyfriend and self-medicating with drugs and alcohol when we first met her over a decade ago. She cycled in and out of detox and domestic violence shelters for years, never able to break free.
Something To Give
Jalissa looked like a deer in the headlights. I could tell it was her first day at the Lamb Center, and I briefly introduced her to the services available. Jalissa explained that she was newly homeless, having lived in her car for the past three months.
“The environment of love, of being able to walk into the Lamb Center and feel that I wasn’t being judged, that I really felt the love of God here,” Kathryn shares, is what made the difference in empowering her to start her journey of hope and transformation.
When Prince was released from incarceration, he was instantly homeless. At the Lamb Center, he received food, facemasks, and other assistance. “I know God has a lot of plans for me and I know that the Lamb Center is part of God’s plan in my life,” he said.