At the Morning Crew, we believe in God's love for people and exhibit it through acts of giving and care rendered to the homeless communities around us. This component was added to the MCICF vision beginning November 2017, when we joined forces with our friend Ps. Mike Kabia and Its My Time Ministries, to conduct our first homeless outrea
At the Morning Crew, we believe in God's love for people and exhibit it through acts of giving and care rendered to the homeless communities around us. This component was added to the MCICF vision beginning November 2017, when we joined forces with our friend Ps. Mike Kabia and Its My Time Ministries, to conduct our first homeless outreach in Washington DC, on Thanksgiving Day 2017 (recap videos and photos are below for our first outreaches in 2017).
In 2018 we combined the annual Mummy Tea Destiny with our Homeless Outreach, by hosting the International Day to Give. With a simple vision...wherever you are in the world, find a location where the homeless community gathers, build your team, and then give, serve, minister to the homeless and needy families around you, while honoring wo
In 2018 we combined the annual Mummy Tea Destiny with our Homeless Outreach, by hosting the International Day to Give. With a simple vision...wherever you are in the world, find a location where the homeless community gathers, build your team, and then give, serve, minister to the homeless and needy families around you, while honoring women/mothers for Mother's Day (US), representing the MorningCrew.
Luke 3:10-11 - And the people asked him, saying, What shall we do then? He answereth and saith unto them, He that hath two coats, let him impart to him that hath none; and he that hath meat, let him do likewise.
Hebrews 13:16 - Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.
We are always in need of prayer for impact, strength, wisdom, and resources as we reach out in God's love.
Stay connected to find out when and where our next outreach will be, and sign up to volunteer
We encourage you to be a blessing to our work by giving financially at any amount so that at each outreach, we abound to good works
At every outreach, in addition to feeding, we give out supplies of sanitary and hygiene items, weather appropriate items per season, water/drinks, care packages, gospel tracks, and most especially PRAYER. Donations of these supplies are also welcome.
In addition to trying to grow our network of shelter partners, we mostly go into the communities, parts and areas in our cities to serve people who are not in shelters, and who mostly sleep on the streets, under bridges, and in parks.
If you have more question or would like to partner with us, contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org
It was a blessing to see a simply stated vision come to pass so beautifully. What was more beautiful, was that as a team, we had not personally met before (and may still have not), but the power of God made the people willing, and the power of social media, primarily Facebook Live, brought us together for the purpose of feeding humanity, blessing lives, and honoring mothers. To God be the glory.
The First Annual International Day to Give, Homeless Outreach, was able to feed almost 3000 people on May 11, 2018 and May 12, 2018 collectivelay, in a total of 16 cities/8 nations as follows:
Washington, DC, Columbus, OH, Killeen TX, Philadelphia, PA, Jacksonville, FL, Sacramento City, CA, Raleigh, NC, Charlotte, NC, St. John's Antigua, Trinidad Island, London, UK, Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Bo, Sierra Leone, and Freetown, Sierra Leone, Monrovia, Liberia, Lagos, Nigeria.
Click below and see a recap of the 16 locations of the first International Day to Give.
Team Morning Crew Sierra Leone was our largest outreach of this assignment, where a total 1000 people were fed in the city center.
Women were served and gifted in the local community of our Morning Crew Trinidad residents.
In Nigeria we partnered with The Women and the Well Ministries, and fed and ministered to approximately 100 girls at local schools.
Representatives Of MorningCrew UK went to Charing Cross Metro Station In London, to be a blessing to homeless men that spend their days there.
Two women who are originally from Liberia sponsored the Monrovia feeding, whigh reached approximately 150 to 200 visually and physically disabled homeless children and adults in the streets of Monrovia.
In Antigua, Morning Crew representatives went to a local home for orphan and adopted girls and provided groceries to the home, as well as ministered to them by the Holy Ghost.
A Pastor friend representing the Morning Crew fed homeless men outside of a local center.
Women were fed in a private shelter on behalf of the Morning Crew
Our very vibranote team of Morning Crew Columbus provided gifts and survival bags to women at a local YWCA.
Here at home base, team MorningCrew fed approximately 400 persons and provided gifts to women on Mother's day, at Franklin Park In NW Washington DC.
One woman representative of the Morning Crew went out into her community to feed beggars on the street of Abidjan.
A sister member of the Morning Crew collaborated with a group of former students of Bo City, and they sponsored a feeding at her parent's home on behalf of the Morning Crew. Recipients at this location were all persons with visual and physical disabilities.
Our group in the city of brotherly love served the homeless with sandwiches and toiletries, at Love Park, in down town Philadelphia.
One woman gathered her family and friends and went out to feed the homeless around her.
Our team in this military town went out to a local shelter for domestic violence victims, and showed them the love of God through food donation and special gifts for Mother's Day.
Two women representing the Morning Crew partnered with a local beauty salon and fed the homeless passersby ans honored and gifted the women in honor of Mother's Day.
Scroll Below to Review Videos of Our Past Outreaches
Christmas 2017 Homeless Outreach in Washington, DC
Christmas 2017 Feeding the Homeless Outreach in Washington, DC
Thanksgiving 2017 Feeding the Homeless Outreach in Washington DC