Transportation Drivers Needed!!

Mustard Seed Missions of Venango County: A cooperative effort where Faith Works also gives rides to doctor’s appointments (using county vehicles, insurance and fuel), and then refers clients to the church nearest their home for follow-up.


Here is what we need everyone who reads this to do…

  1. Pray about whether being a driver is something that you would be willing to do on a regular basis or even on occasion.
  2. If it is, then contact us and we will give you the directions on how to sign-up. (See info below)
  3. We will be requiring a copy of your driver’s license so that we can perform a motor vehicle assessment, a copy of your ChildLine clearance, and a Criminal Record check.
  4. When these are completed, you will be an approved driver and we will gladly hand you “the keys” to a wonderful ministry opportunity!

We have seen God do some wonderful things in the last year in home repairs, household goods giveaways and transportation.  We want to continue serving the Lord in this way in particular!  Please call either Pastor Randy Powell at (814) 432-8061 or Eva Palmer at (814) 437-1982 if you are interested in being a driver or want more information!  Thank you for considering such a request and thank you to all those who have been a driver in this last year!


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 Mustard Seed House, at 808 Elk Street in Franklin, is a Venango County-wide effort to provide temporary, transient family housing.  After two years of planning, the house is being readied for occupancy. At this time, workers of all levels are needed. Now that the weather is warming up, we will be working on the outside of the house to repair the porches and other items.

Families that may be housed here might have experienced a trauma such as a house fire or a roof collapse where they need temporary housing.

To find out more or schedule a time to volunteer, contact Project Manager, Ross Killian at 724-866-4858.