We’re passionate about helping people in need in the United States and globally. With your help we can share God’s love!

You can play a key role in making that happen! Below are a list of our upcoming mission trip opportunities.


We can’t do this on our own. In addition to our ongoing local outreach, we partner with organizations who share our passion and purpose to serve those in need and see people come to know Jesus.


f you’re struggling with your emotional or mental health, we’ve created this page to be a resource for you to request prayer, get connected to other people, and engage with content that is life giving.

Our Care Ministry is here to support you in other ways too. We have a meal ministry, volunteers to drive you to church, and trained care ministers to partner with you if you’re in a difficult time of life.

If you live in Metro-Detroit, we also have a list of recommended counselors in the area. You’ll also find a list of questions to ask a potential counselor when you’re looking for someone you can trust.

For more info head over to our Care Page


Our Food Pantry is open every Tuesday from 5-6:30pm and helps local families, friends, & church members with food assistance.  

Donations of non-perishable food & paper goods are needed and can be dropped off anytime in the bin near the gym & vending machines.  

For more info Click Here.   


Gifts For All God’s Children supports inner city churches in their mission to bring Christ to local families through Christmas gifts, Easter baskets, summer camps, and school supplies.  

Contact Patti Jacques for more information.  


Connecting Kids to Christ Tutoring (CKC) Is  based out of East Bethlehem Church in Detroit. Their mission to bring Jesus to all through tutoring.

Various places to serve: Sunday School, After School Tutoring, Summer Camps, and Holiday Parties.

Email Patti Jacques or call 248.933.7472. for more information.


Elli’s House offers a safe haven for young women affected by sex trafficking. Their street outreach teams reach out to young women who work on the streets and at times visits drug houses to initiate conversations and build trusting friendships. They provide a safe place for girls to receive medical services, mental health services, educational assistance and social service programs in order to rebuild a quality life with a safe living environment. For more information see Elli’s House or contact Deb Ellinger or at 586.242.9280.