"This project is funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee"
Help to rebuild hope, lives, and the community right here at home! The BRANSFORD COMMUNITY CENTER on John Patterson Street is getting a makeover – from an abandoned, deteriorating school building into a non-profit community center providing a host of community programs for everyone! Under the direction of GFCAC, the City of Springfield, and community leaders, new life is being given to an old face. Come join the effort! Click here for more info! If you wish to donate, please click here.
GFCAC administers community programs and services to assist homeless and indigent persons throughout the Springfield and Robertson County community.
Programs offered include short-term shelter, transitional housing, certified substance abuse counseling, cooperative employment arrangements, faith-based support system, volunteer counseling, transportation, and in-house managers to maintain peaceful living.
Most of the programs are free-of-charge, community-focused events that connect residents of all age groups, cultural backgrounds, and socia-economic status.
The Master’s Table is a ministry of the GFCAC which provides hot meals daily to the hungry, homeless, and those in need in a loving Christian environment.
The restaurant is non-profit and is supported entirely by donations, food for purchase, and GFCAC Ministries.
The Master’s Table serves food for purchase from a separate menu between the hours of 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Thursday, and 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday-Saturday.
All proceeds are used for operational support of the ministry through GFCAC.
To volunteer your time, please contact us. To donate online through Google Checkout or Pay Pal, please click the donate link above.
To mail your checks or for more information, click here.
Please join us for lunch or dinner. Click here to view our menu.
The Master’s Table operates as a free ‘soup kitchen’ between the hours of 10-11 a.m. Monday-Sunday.