The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me’
Service to God and to others starts and ends with dedicated hearts to Him. We are committed to reaching out to those in our community and city for Jesus. Our missions and outreach team is equipped to help plug willing hearts into service.
Mission: To eliminate domestic violence and sexual abuse through treatment and prevention services across Oakland County and surrounding communities.
Volunteers: Pray. Support calendar events, such as Family Fun Night, Spring Cleanup at the shelter, Family Garden Party and Fall Fun Fest.
Grace Centers of Hope (http://www.gracecentersofhope.org/)
Mission: To positively change the lives of the homeless, addicted and unwanted through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, personal accountability, life skills education and work-related programs.
Volunteers: Pray. There are many opportunities onsite and offsite for individuals or groups. These include serving meals, tutoring adults and children, assisting in the Grace thrift stores, or by working in the housing community.
Crossroads Pregnancy Center (http://www.crossroadspregnancy.org/)
Mission: To assist abortion-vulnerable women and men involved in a crisis pregnancy, to choose life for their unborn children, and to encourage godly sexual attitudes and practices in our community.
Volunteers: Pray. Donate items to the material assistance program, detailed list available. There are many opportunities to serve, such as in peer counseling, abstinence teaching, nursing instruction and office administration. See website for full list and more details.
Military Avenue Church (http://www.militaryaveepc.com/)
Mission: To glorify God through evangelism, discipleship and compassion ministries, while meeting the challenges of the urban community and encouraging the suburban Church to partner as missionaries.
Volunteers: Pray. Assist with the church’s various programs, such as tutoring and monthly food distribution. See website for more information and ways to help.
HOPE Warming Center (http://www.hopewarmingpontiac.org/)
Mission: To provide a safe, welcoming place and support services for those who are homeless.
Volunteers: Pray. Participate in a meal service team. Teams consist of 6 – 12 people who bring and serve dinner for guests, and assist in bedding distribution and shower sign-ups. Donate various clothing and hygiene items, see website for details.
Rochester Area Neighborhood House (http://www.ranh.org)
Mission: To recognize the basic need of residents in crisis, and respond with emotional and financial assistance.
Volunteers: Pray. Share time and talents on a regular basis at the Clothes Closet, Food Pantry and at the main offices. Donate non-perishable food items. There are also opportunities to help with special projects and events, see website for details.
Steve & Margie Doty
Wycliffe Bible Translators
Chiang Mai, 50000
Jim & Sally Foote – Tyumen, Siberia
P.O. Box 211
Milford, MI 48381
Chris & Debbie Gibson
EPC Worldoutreach / SEND International
Kisteteny Koz 5
P.O. Box 283
Lake Orion, MI 48360
Scott & Mary Petersen
A Ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ
13651 Lakes Way
Orlando, FL 32828
Dan & Jan Clark
EPC with Frontiers
101 Bracken Trail Circle
Holly Springs, NC 27540
Joel & Amanda Sewell
Longview, AB, T0L 1H0
Brian & Robin Langford – Michigan State University
Campus Crusade for Christ
East Lansing, MI 48823