Care-America.org is hiring. We are non-profit homemaker/companion service to the elderly, disabled and veterans. Currently we have jobs available with flexible hours. Email us at email@example.com for a list of available jobs. Please attach your resume and availability.
Help us help a veteran! Care-America is partnered with the VA through the Aide & Attendance Program. If you know any veterans who need assistance with daily tasks, we can help. And the best part is for the Veteran…the services are paid for through this program. So let’s help a Veteran today!
Contact us for more info at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 321-345-0555
Care-America.Org is asking all churches in local area to become involved. We are beginning a community volunteer program to assist seniors and veterans with organizing and cleaning their homes to help make it easier for them to get around and provide the caregivers with easy access.
Many seniors live alone and do not have family nearby or the financial resources to hire someone.
We CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
If you are interested please reach out to your church family and pastor and contact us for more info.
Thank you and God Bless.
COME JOIN US! For this amazing event! Help Care-America.org!
$15 per adult
$20 a family
Children under 16 are FREE
Children under 16 must wear a helmet and be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or older. While helmets are not required for adults, they are strongly recommended for safety and to set a good example for the children.
*This is an unescorted/unsupported family fun ride and those that participate must be able to travel 12 miles by bicycle on their own.*
The ride will be starting from the Lowe’s parking lot located at 1934 South Hwy A1A. Sign in and late registration will be from 9:00 to 9:45 am. Everyone will be required to physically sign a waiver for ALL participants. At 9:45 the pledge and invocation will be given followed by rider briefing. Roll out will be at 10:00 am.
1) Riders will exit the north end of Lowe’s parking lot turning left onto Pinetree Drive to head west.
2) @ .8 miles on Pinetree Dr. riders will cross Osceola Dr. and bear right at the fork where the street changes names to Banana River Dr.
3) Riders will continue west and cross S. Patrick Dr. with caution.
4) Continue west past Oars and Paddles Park and over the Mather’s Bridge.
5) At @ 1.5 miles the road curves sharply to the right and becomes the South Tropical Trail.
6) Head north 4.5 miles to the Pineda Causeway interchange going under the bridge. This is the turnaround point.
Ride back to the start following the same route. Be careful and have fun!
Night of Worship Friday April 22nd at River Run Christian Church
1660 Croton Rd Melbourne Florida
6:00 pm.-9pm (Night of Worship starts at 6:30)
$5.00 donation at door suggested/snacks and water available for small donation
Worship bands performing: City of Refuge and River Run
Who is Suddenly Still?
Suddenly Still is a dynamic local band Christian Rock Band that in 2015 preformed at Disney for NIGHT OF JOY!! The name Suddenly Still comes from the historical account found in Matthew Chapter 8. Imagine for a moment you are on a boat with Jesus, there is this fierce storm attempting to tear your boat apart, and Jesus is SLEEPING???
That kind of peace is unheard of in this world, but with God,All things are possible. We are a group of guys hoping to inspire the world to seek out that peace Jesus offers us through His sacrifice at the cross.
We believe that if people can understand the love God has for them, then even with the chaos going on around them, they can have a peace they cannot describe or make sense of.