Join our vision to serve the West Metro in the name of Jesus

CURRENT SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Winterize Homes

November 3 | 10:30 am-12:00 pm | Wayzata Free neighborhood

Wayzata Free is partnering with the City of Plymouth to help the elderly in our community winterize their homes. We will serve and encourage through fall cleaning and yard work. 25 volunteers are needed. Click here to sign up by October 28.


PRISM

November 24 | 9:30 am-1:00 pm | Cub Foods (169 and Rockford Rd., Plymouth)

Come serve our community by volunteering at PRISM. PRISM is a local food shelf that serves thousands of people each month by providing free groceries to help support families. We are looking for volunteers to pass out a list of needed goods as well as receive and organize donated groceries. We need 8-10 people to sign up for each 2-hour slot. Click here to register.


Ushers Needed

We are looking for people to help usher on Sunday mornings. This is a great way to meet new people and fill a very important need. Ushers help welcome guests and regular attenders to church, they assist people in finding a seat, they hand out the weekly and take the morning offering. You can sign up to serve as often or as little as you like. Anyone over the age of 12 can become an usher. Contact Bruce Droogsma at bruce.droogsma@wayzatafree.org to sign up or to get more information.


Hospitality Team

We are looking for a few more people to serve on Sunday mornings in the areas of hospitality including greeting, welcome desk, coffee and the coffee corner. This position is a great way to meet our church members and fill a very important need. The tasks vary by position but you can sign up to serve as often or as little as you like. Some positions in the coffee corner are limited by age but greeting and welcome positions are great "family serving together" options. Contact Bruce Droogsma at bruce.droogsma@wayzatafree.org to sign or get more information. 


Meal Connect

The app, Meal Connect, allows companies across the metro to reduce food waste while feeding the hungry. Click here to read a Star Tribune article about this unique ministry. Contact Ron Frick at rhfrick@msn.com if you are interested in serving.


To learn more, visit our calendar.

LOCAL MINISTRY PARTNERS


CHRIST FOR PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

christforpeople.com

Meets at Wayzata Free Church every Tuesday evening to share the love and word of God with people with developmental disabilities. Help is always needed.

// contact Don

don@christforpeople.net

763.422.1369

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FREEDOMWORKS

myfreedomworks.com

Helping men released from prison reconcile to God, family and community. Mentors are always needed.

// contact George  

612.522.9007

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HAMMERS OF HOPE

hammersofhope.wayzatafree.org

Offering hope and demonstrating Jesus’ love using our tools, time and talents. Volunteers assist with minor home repairs for families in need, military families, and emergency needs.

// contact

hammers@wayzatafree.org

612.568.8740



HOSPITALITY CENTER FOR CHINESE

hcchinese.org

A community of Chinese and American people passionate about serving, exchanging culture, friendship and faith. Volunteers participate in Bible studies, helping new U of M students adjust, friendship dinners, holiday meals and building relationships.

// contact Sai

sai.wang@wayzatafree.org

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INTERFAITH OUTREACH & COMMUNITY PARTNERS

iocp.org

Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners is a human service nonprofit serving struggling families living in eight west Hennepin County communities since 1979.

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MOBILE HOPE

mobilehopemn.org

Building a culture of achievement in mobile home communities across Minnesota and beyond. There are a variety of opportunities to engage with this community in Corcoran including homework help, mentoring, teaching English, summer VBS and much more. Click here to learn more about Brian and Jill Dejewski and their commitment to bringing life change to Maple Hill Estates through Mobile Hope.

// contact Jill

dejewskijill@gmail.com



MINNESOTA ADULT & TEEN CHALLENGE

mntc.org

Helps clients gain hope, healing and freedom in their lives. Volunteers can mentor clients, provide Christmas gifts and other support for clients.

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NEW LIFE FAMILY SERVICES

nlfs.org

Exists to honor the sanctity of human life by assisting clients with life-affirming decisions with the love and compassion of Christ. Volunteers help on site or with diaper drives.

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TREEHOUSE

treehouseyouth.org

A faith based organization offering hope, guidance, and unconditional love to at-risk teens. Volunteers are needed for all kinds of projects.

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FOOD DISTRIBUTION

Panera & Chipotle distribution

SUPPORTED MISSIONARIES

DICK AUGUSTINE

Community Bible Study International, Ethiopia (representative) 

cbsinternational.org

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CARLOS AND MEREDITH BLOCK

EFCA ReachGlobal, San Ramon, Peru

efca.org/reachglobal

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JIM AND RAQUEL BLOOM

InnerChange, South Minneapolis, MN

innerchange.org

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BRIAN AND JILL DEJEWSKI

Mobile Hope, Corcoran, MN

mobilehopemn.org



DAN AND ELISA JACOBSON

Justice House of Prayer, Washington D.C.

jhopdc.com

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GEORGE AND JOAN KENWORTHY

Hope for the Hurting Home, Plymouth, MN

hopeforthehurtinghome.com

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DANIEL AND JULIE KISTENICH

Titus International, Innsbruck, Austria

austrianadventure.blogspot.com

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CARROLL AND BECKY MILLER

International Messengers, based in Plymouth, MN

internationalmessengers.org


HOWARD AND MARILYN PLUCAR

EFCA ReachGlobal, based in Plymouth, MN

efca.org/reachglobal

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DAVE AND GINA STAVROS

Peruvian Partners, Lima Peru

PeruvianPartners.net

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MARK AND KATHY WILSON

Cadence International, Englewood, CO

cadencestudents.org

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MICHAEL AND MARY SNUFFER

Equip2Counsel, Plymouth, MN

equip2counsel.wordpress.com