Mission and Outreach
Outreach and Evangelism
Our Outreach and Evangelism Committee organizes and schedules community outreach efforts and leads our congregation to sharing the word of Christ with those around us. Stay connected with us through social media or our News & Events page to see how you can get involved!
Nyamakope Village Water Project
During the 2021 seaons of Lent we set a goal to bring clean, safe water to the people of Nyamakope Village and the surrounding areas in Zimbabwe, Africa. Planning for drilling is now underway and we are organizing a mission trip to visit the villages and seek more ways we can share Christ with them. Learn more about this project and its outreach here!
The Church Has Left The Building
Four times each year, there is a fifth Sunday of the month. On those Sundays, the Outreach & Evangelism Committee organizes outreach events for us to be the Hands of Jesus in our community and others. Following worship service, the congregation splits off to serve the community in various areas or joins together as one group to complete a large project. Over the years, there there have been a number of opportunities for service for every age and ability. The nursery is available during these events. In the past, 5th Sunday activities have included volunteering at the local humane society, cleaning up alongside the local highways and areas, helping the landscaping crew at the local cemetery, singing hymns at various nursing homes around the city, and packaging meals for the Numana organization. 
Christmas Caroling for local nursing home residents. 
Singing hymns with the residents at local nursing homes.
Making fleece blankets for homeless and disadvantaged children in our local school districts.
Picking up trash at one of our local parks!
Cleaning cars for the elderly in local nursing homes.
Picking up trash around our local shopping centers. 
Playing board games and card games with the residents at the local nursing homes.
During the Covid-19 Pandemic our 5th Sunday had to look a little different. We held a supply drive to collect items for local agencies in order to support the community through them.
Gardening for God
We, as a church family, oversee one of the local community gardens that is available to our community. Anyone from the community can sign up for a plot and they can learn how to garden and grow their own food. At times our Outreach & Evangelism Committee will gather together a group to do some of the clean up and maintenance work that is required to run a community garden.
Godmothers is a small group that makes and donates baby quilts to local agencies for expectant mothers. They meet monthly on the 4th Thursday of the month from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Do you enjoy sewing? Is quilting your hobby? Get involved with this ministry and help us minister to those in need!
Broken Chains Ministry
Broken Chains Ministry was launched in 2019 from the heart of Pastor Joel to minister to the inmates of our county jail here in Garden City. We currently have two teams who visit two different “pods” every first and third Sunday of the month. We are allowed to spend one hour with our friends from 3-4pm, during which time we sing, study scripture, have small group discussion, pray, and offer Communion during the first Sunday visit. If you feel God calling you into this ministry, contact Lisa Dockter at bearschic@yahoo.com for more information!
Food Pantry
Each month we collect items for our local food banks in our Welcome Center. Check out the list below to participate
January: Soup 
February: Paper Plates & Napkins
March: Godmothers (onesies, infant socks, diapers)
April: Pasta & Sauce
May: Laundry & Dish Soap
June: Cereal
July: Ramen Noodles
August: Beans & Rice
September: Thanksgiving Items
October: Thanksgiving Items
November: Thanksgiving Items
December: Peanut Butter
Operation Christmas Child
We are participating in Samaritan’s Purse’s Year Round Giving Project. How it works is each month we purchase an item and at the end of the year they will make up a box for a child in need. Below is a list of the monthly items, or you can pick up a child’s card in the Welcome Center!
January: Hats, Gloves, & Scarves
February: Fashion Accessories
March: Quality Crafts
April: Stuffed Animals
May: Hygiene Items
June: Quality Toys
July: Clothing
August: School Supplies
September: Games
October: Letter & Photo
November: $9 Donation Per Shoebox
December: Prayer