The mission of Aslan Youth Ministries is to provide relationship-based programs that permanently impact the bodies, minds and spirits of disadvantaged urban children and empower them to overcome their negative environments and circumstances.
Aslan's programs include one-on-one mentoring and tutoring, character development classes anchored in Christian values and principles, recreational activities, summer camps, cultural enrichment programs, intervention services, and scholarship assistance programs for higher learning.
Tutors are needed in the Long Branch program. Please contact Lynn Ann Bogard at 732-741-7824 if you can help or click here to download a volunteer application.
Whatsoever you do for the least of my brothers, that you do unto me…
Solutions Pregnancy & Health Center is a challenging ministry with beautiful rewards. As the body of Christ, the volunteers work together in the service of women in the midst of a profound crisis – women who often need nothing more than someone to talk to.
There is an ongoing need for volunteers in a wide range of areas. For more info on how you can help, contact Lori Erli at (732) 747-5454.
Click here if you are in need of assistance from Solutions.
Take a meal to encourage a church family dealing with a new baby, medical procedures, and loss. This is the site that we use to coordinate the meals. https://www.takethemameal.com/.
Contact Faith Clark at (732) 870-2028.
The Prison Ministry serves the incarcerated men at the Monmouth County Jail. A time of worship and Bible study is provided every Wednesday evening.
If you would like to help with this ministry, please contact Mike Scavone at (732) 870-2028.
Currently, we collect food for Aslan Youth Ministries Easter Food Baskets and Thanksgiving Food Baskets.
Our goal is to maintain awareness of the on-going hunger problem in our region and to eventually be able to collect donations throughout the year, not just during the holidays. To donate food, bagged or boxed items can be brought to Long Branch Covenant Church on Sunday's between 9 and 11 and left in the church library.
For more information or to volunteer for food distribution and holiday collection, contact Faith Clark at (732) 870-2028, Wednesday and Thursday mornings.
Many today are experiencing difficult economic times. For some families, there is simply not enough money to provide sufficient nutritional foods to meet the needs of children or the elderly. Families in urban settings, may not have the skill, time, start-up capitol, or access to sufficient land to garden, which is in the long run the least expensive way to produce nutritious food. We make use of a small portion of our site to help meet this need through creating a community-teaching garden. If you would like to participate in this ministry, please contact Rich Mohr at (732) 870-2028.