About Our Missions Team

At Evergreen, we are committed to the mission of announcing and demonstrating the coming Kingdom which undoes the brokenness of the world. Our good works do not earn salvation, but they are the evidence of a life captivated by and committed to the Gospel story of Scripture. They are a foreshadowing of the coming Kingdom and a way to participate in the reconciling mission of Christ.

Purpose Statement of the Evergreen Missions Team

“Participating in God’s mission through hands-on service and Kingdom partnerships on a local, national, and global level.”

Mission Team Ambassadors 

At Evergreen, each of our ministry partners is represented by an Evergreen ambassador. Our hope is to move beyond a donorship model to a relationship model. Contact Pastor Don Feuerbach for details at PastorDon@EvergreenChurchGa.org.

Ambassador Responsibilities

  • Check in with assigned ministry partner up to 4 times a year via phone call, email, or in person conversation. 
  • Provide feedback to our Missions Team on how we can continue to support our ministry partners through prayer, financial support, or volunteer opportunities. 

Meet Our Team

Chuck Olmstead

Jon Waller


Maria Waller

Susan Mills 
Tom McCann


For a list of our ministry partners or to suggest a new ministry partner, please contact Pastor Don Feuerbach  at 


Upcoming volunteer opportunities are listed below. 

Volunteer at the Midwest Food Bank

We are excited to announce our next volunteer opportunity with the Midwest Food Bank is scheduled for October 14th from 9:00-11:00 am. Please RSVP with Walt Hilker at wrhilker@gmail.com.
The Midwest Food Bank is located at 220 Parkade Ct. Peachtree City. 

Opportunities to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Hello covenant partners and friends of Evergreen! 

I hope this email finds you well. I’ve received several inquiries regarding how we can tangibly support those impacted by the crisis in Texas. As Galatians 6:2 reminds us, “Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” What a joy it is be part of a church community with such a Christ-like passion for rallying around those in crisis! Please see below for information on how we can serve the efforts in Texas.

First, the national leadership of ECO (the denomination to which we belong) recently reached out to all ECO churches with these words: 

We are closely monitoring the reports on Hurricane Harvey and the impact it continues to have on the Gulf coast of Texas and now Louisiana. We are in contact with affected churches but at this point, it is hard to determine where and what kind of help will be needed. Please be patient as we work with these churches to figure out the best way to help going forward. In the meantime please be reminded that we have an active partnership with World Renew who are mobilizing efforts to help the region. Click the here to read heir latest announcement and find out how you can donate. In the coming days and weeks we will continue to update you on the needs of our churches and surrounding communities. Please keep praying with us that the storm subsides and we can begin to help rebuild what was lost.  Thank you for all those who have contacted us wanting to help. The ECO family is truly an amazing group of people, always willing to help one another.  

Second, Midwest Food Bank, another of our ministry partners at Evergreen, has also reached out to us with a few opportunities to get involved as well. See below:

1) Volunteer

  • The Georgia Division is holding a special volunteer event this Saturday, September 2nd, from 9am to noon (or until completion), at 220 Parkade Court, Peachtree City, GA 30269. 
  •  If interested, please come and help us process a truckload of canned goods received this week. These canned goods will be added to emergency food boxes that will go to families in Texas. 
  • The minimum age to serve this Saturday is 10 years old and everyone must wear close toed shoes (you’ll be working in the warehouse).  

2) Prepare and bring in personal hygiene kits. 

  • If your family/organization would like to assemble and donate needed hygiene kits, they can be dropped off at the Midwest Food Bank, Monday-Friday, 
  • 8am to 4:30pm, beginning Tuesday, September 5th. 
  • Using the list below, package the items in a 1-gallon ziplock bag and include:
  1.      Soap (bar or body wash)
  2.      Shampoo
  3.      Toothbrush and toothpaste
  4.       Razor
  5.       Deodorant
  6.      Nail Clippers
  7.      Wash cloth
  8.      Comb/Brush

This Sunday, we will spend time praying for our sister churches in Texas and all the men, women, and children who are facing disaster. In the meantime, lets continue to pray individually for the multiple families and individuals affected by the hurricane, for the churches and relief organizations serving them, and for our sovereign and intimate God to be near the hurting so that they may find hope in the midst of chaos. 

Grace and Peace, 
Tim Norton


Evergreen on Mission