At Seven Marks we support those who struggle with various addictions—Whether group-based or individual-based, we desire to provide support and care on the road to recovery. Below you will find a list of upcoming opportunities where you can get involved. Our staff and City Champions are here to help you. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us.

CITY CHAMPION

Beth Soule
recovery@sevenmarkschurch.com
(919) 946-8783

Our City Partners

Upcoming Opportunities

Healing Transitions
Weekly

Healing Transitions exists to help all people struggling with addiction (especially the homeless, uninsured and underserved) with on-demand services. They offer both a men’s campus and a women’s campus tailored to serve their unique needs. They are one of our longest-standing partners in the city. There are opportunities every week where you can join the team of volunteers that serves our brothers and sisters at Healing Transition. We are in need of drivers, bible study leaders, and people to prepare meals.

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Youth Mental Health First Aid Training
September 24

We invite you to join us for a Youth Mental Health First Aid Training at Seven Marks Church on Saturday, September 24, from 9:30a-5p. This training is designed to teach parents, teachers, friends, neighbors, volunteers, and others that care for students how to help students (ages 12-18) who are experiencing issues with mental health, addiction challenges, or are in crisis.

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Tipping the Pain Scale Movie Screening
September 28

We invite you to join us for a special screening event of the documentary Tipping the Pain Scale at Seven Marks Church on Wednesday, September 28 at 6:30p. This feature documentary film investigates the current systemic failures of how we have dealt with addiction to date. It follows six dynamic characters on their journey to develop and employ new, innovative, and often controversial solutions.

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Healing Transitions Collection
In September and October

During the months of September and October, we are collecting items for our brothers and sisters at Healing Transitions. These little items can make a big difference in their lives. You can drop off items in the lobby each Sunday through the end of October. They are in need of shampoo, conditioner, body wash, combs, wipes, chapstick, band-aids, socks, pens, notebooks, reading glasses, protein bars, peanut butter crackers, and backpacks.

The Green Chair Project
Weekly

The Green Chair Project reuses essential furnishings donated by our community to help neighbors in need facing the challenges of homelessness, crisis or disaster. They offer a variety of ways for you to engage in our work as a volunteer: hospitality, processing donations, curating decor, assembling home bundles, beautification of building and grounds, and warehouse assistance.

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Are you ready to engage, but still have questions?

We know that it can be overwhelming to figure out how to take your first step in serving in our city. If that’s you, please reach our City Initiative Director, Lisa Bauer, and she would love to help you find the right place to jump in.

Lisa Bauer
lisa@sevenmarkschurch.com
(919) 559-5289

CLI Prison Alliance

One of our newest city partners is CLI Prison Alliance. Their mission is to glorify God by sharing His love with the imprisoned.

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Raleigh Dream Center

Seven Marks has been partnering with Raleigh Dream Center several years. We worked with them throughout the COVID-19 pandemic in providing food and distributing food at a few outposts in our county.

Habitat for Humanity

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Seven Marks has partnered with Habitat of Wake County for several years to provide homes for people in our community.