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Feeding Ministry

Every Tuesday at 11:00am, we team up with Philabundance to provide hot meals and emergency food to the Germantown community. Our ServSafe Certified kitchen ensures top-quality meals. Join us downstairs in our fellowship hall for a delicious meal. To volunteer with our feeding ministry, email us. We offer community service verification and accommodate requirements for non-profits and educational institutions. We are always welcoming volunteers to increase our impact!

For more information, contact the church

office and ask for the Feeding Ministry.


Dr. Merritt W. Wilson Scholarship

In June 2002 historic Holsey Temple in Germantown established a scholarship program named after Dr. Merritt W. Wilson in memory of Mrs. Blanche Farmer Wilson. Holsey's Merritt W. Wilson Scholarship is awarded annually to high school seniors or students attending a college or university. The scholarship committee is looking for well-rounded students attending a college or university. In addition, leadership skills and involvement in a variety of school and extracurricular activities are also considered.

Application will open in the summer.

Questions? Contact

Kids in Preschool


Holsey Temple is a family space. We partner with Building Family Futures Daycare Center to provide a safe environment Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. It takes a village to raise our children.

For more information contact

Felicia Wilson at

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Prayer Café

Our Prayer Café allows us to commune with each other in a positive and contemplative atmosphere. All are invited to enjoy coffee, juice, a variety of breakfast treats along with some genuine encouragement every Sunday from 9:30am to 10:30am. Start your week with a talk with God and a cup of sunshine!

For more information contact

Felicia Wilson at

Invitation to Ministry

At Holsey T, we believe God calls us all to service.

As such, we have many ministry opportunities that we invite you to.

The invitation to ministry requires compassion and commitment.

We embody compassion because God calls us to love our neighbor. This is sacred to us. Through our feeding ministries, nursing home ministry, emergency food program; and partnerships with health providers, other non-profits, schools, civic offices, and other religious groups there are always opportunities to show compassion through ministry.


Some of the big problems that we care about include the safety of our (expansive) village and liberation for those who are held captive through disenfranchisement, hunger, poverty, systemic prejudice, and underemployment which require our persisting attention and work. We believe that the harvest is plentiful and there is much to do to reflect and multiply the village principles God calls us to.


Please join us! Get plugged in. Find your niche in ministry and be an important part of the village.

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