“There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” ~ John 15:13

 The Sanctuary commits to demonstrating  life giving love through actions, words and deeds. It’s a life giving experience. We committ to feeding the natural and  spiritual (wo)man and we demonstrate our commitment through various community based Initiatives. We have a responsibility to help those who are less fortunate and to contribute to the common good. We believe in giving regularly so that we can make a difference in our local and national community, knowing that we can bring joy with our actions, words and deed makes giving back necessary. If you wish to join us in our efforts go here to discover how you can donate monetarily, food items or clothes. We appreciate those who help  us make a difference in our communities. 



Thank You to EVERYONE that donated a blanket through the Sanctuary Stockroom. It was a huge success and the Your seed was sown on good soil and the harvest is plentiful! The love was felt on Valentine’s Day and we are grateful to be in position to spread the love of Christ. This is just the beginning of us covering those who are sleeping on the sidewalks, under bridges and in the parks. We are determined to cover them all, one Blessed Blanket at a time! The support of the Sanctuarians and Friends of The Sanctuary  is truly appreciated and we pray that you receive a 1000 fold return on your seed to advance God’s Kingdom in the earth.

 See how we sow LOVE.



This is that time Pastor Yolanda Kelty Douthit and The Sanctuary in 2016, popped up in Douglasville, GA with our Pop Up Food and Clothes Pantry and sowed seeds of love. Our minister of Giving Norell Porter surely planned an experience that produced joy not just for the community but for The Sanctuary! We were live on the drive.

Dare to Love 2016 – Live on the Drive Douglasville GA

The Sanctuary is Live from the Drive! #DareToLove #PopUpMinistry #TakeItToTheStreets #ChurchOutsideTheWalls #LiveFromTheDrive

Posted by Yolanda Kelty Douthit on Saturday, April 2, 2016