Wayzata Free exists not for itself, but to understand and serve the needs of its local neighbors. Find out where you can make a difference in our community.

Local Outreach Partners

Below are opportunities to serve with some non-profits in our area. Click here to see a video about how Wayzata is impacting our community.

If you would like more information or would like to get involved in any of these opportunities, call 763.473.9463 and speak to our Spiritual Formation & Outreach Pastor, George Kenworthy or email george.kenworthy@wayzatafree.org.

  • Christ for People with Developmental Disabilities


    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

  • Fishers of Men


    Presenting the Gospel of Jesus Christ to fishermen and their families through competitive, family-friendly fishing tournaments. 

    contact David | mnfomwest@gmail.com | 612.280.1559

  • Freedomworks


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

    contact George | 612.522.9007

  • Hammers of Hope


    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

  • The Hospitality Center for Chinese


    A community of Chinese and American people passionate about serving each other and 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 Jon | jamccollum@comcast.net

  • Interfaith Outreach & Community partners


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

  • Mobile Hope


    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


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

  • New Life Family Services


    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.



    Through urban outreach and anti-trafficking, Source empowers the at-risk and unreached to make a break from the past and build foundations for the future.

  • TreeHouse


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

  • Food distribution

    Panera & Chipotle distribution

Wayzata Free Church

705 County Road 101 North

Plymouth, MN 55447