This is the media room for Alabama Rural Ministry, located in Opelika, Ala. (a neighboring city of Auburn). Alabama Rural Ministry (ARM) works with underserved families in Lee County, Macon County (Tuskegee),  and in Sumter County (Livingston). We serve through home repair and summer day camps for children. ARM hosts youth mission camps during the summer doing home repair,  and providing Christian Education opportunities at summer day camps. Volunteer teams are from local universities, churches, schools and other organizations. Funding is provided through partnerships, monthly financial commitments and sponsorships of individual families and children. The funds for home repairs are provided through the summer mission camps as well as donations. Anyone can volunteer with us and we serve in East Alabama all year around. Our site in Tuskegee is a wonderful place to hold a weekend or overnight mission retreat! Let us serve you as you serve our neighbors!

Physical: 200 26th St Opelika, AL 36801

Mailing: PO Box 2890 Auburn, AL 36831

Phone: (334) 501-4276 




Press Releases

  1. Thursday, April 14, 2016

    3 Days, 3 States, 300 Miles-Cyclists Cross Alabama to Raise Funds for Poverty Housing Alleviation

    13 cyclists will cover 100 miles a day to raise awareness about substandard housing in Alabama and how to help. The team is raising $25,000 used to repair homes for 20-30 families using close to a 1000 volunteers.

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  2. Monday, December 14, 2015

    Alabama Rural Ministry’s 2016 MLK, Jr. Celebration

    Alabama Rural Ministry will be celebrating MLK Day 2016 through community worship, home repair ministry, and a children’s event! All are invited to worship with us on Sunday January 17th from 4pm – 6pm at Tuskegee Methodist Church. On Monday, January 18th, two opportunities are available: (1) volunteers can serve with us through home repair ministry and (2) children ages 5-10 can attend our MLKidz event!

  3. Tuesday, October 13, 2015

    Local Leaders Living in Shacks

    Local leaders living in shacks in Auburn to raise awareness and funds to help families with low incomes repair their homes.

  4. Tuesday, April 21, 2015

    8 Cyclists Crossing Alabama

    8 Cyclists begin their 300 mile track across Alabama on Friday. Below is the locations of their main stops. Riders have gained sponsors to help low income families, the elderly, and veterans, with vital home repair through volunteers. Locations: April 24th Morning Launch 7:30am Auburn United Methodist Church (behind the Epworth Center) 137 S. Gay Street Auburn Lunch- arrive at the 13th Street Bridge in Phenix City at Chattahooche River 12:30-1:00 eastern time Arrival- Tuskegee- 402 S. Main Street Tuskegee, AL. April 25th- Launch 8:00am Tuskegee- 402 S. Main Street Tuskegee, AL Lunch: Prattville UMC- 100 PM Arrival: Memorial UMC Broad Street Selma April 26 Launch 7:30am Memorial UMC Broad Street Selma Arrival: 5:00pm Livingston UMC, Washington Street Livingston

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PR Contacts

  1. Lisa Pierce

    Executive Director


  2. Ashley Bond

    Media Room Creator