Serve Day is an amazing opportunity to bless others and be blessed. Hundreds will go out into our community and show the love of Christ in real and tangible ways. Join us June 5 from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm. Imagine a church that does whatever it takes to serve the West Metro in the name of Jesus. 

Worship Service (8:30 - 9:00 am) will be available in-person and via livestream. 

Projects will begin following the worship service. You will receive additional project details once you have registered.

Click HERE to register

We would like families to serve together so we are not providing childcare.

Contact: Mike Brinkman

763.473.9463 |


Cedar-Riverside Prayer Walk (off-site, afternoon opportunity)

In the country Somalia, missionaries are illegal and unable to enter without extensive barriers and risk. In the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood in Minneapolis, God has brought an unreached people group to our doorstep. This is an opportunity to pray in small groups around their neighborhood, engage with Somali neighbors, play soccer with kids, and pick up trash. This project is open to all ages. Kids are welcomed. 

City of Plymouth - Park/Trail Clean-up (off-site)

This is a great opportunity to serve our city. If you enjoy parks, take that appreciation to the next level by investing some time and effort into making them even more beautiful. This is a great family project for all ages as little ones can pick up trash, run ahead and still be safe. Plus there are playground areas along the trail. 

Cooking Meals for Others (on-site)

This is an opportunity for those whose love language is food to serve others with meals. Meet in the upstairs kitchen and you will be directed from there.

Feeding the Homeless with Breakthrough Ministries (off-site, afternoon opportunity)

Breakthrough is an organization of compassion that ministers to the homeless as well as people living in extreme poverty. Join us as we reach out to this population through serving a meal and praying with them. This is a great opportunity to share Christ's love and pray for healing and salvation. MAD DADS (The Minneapolis Chapter of Men Against Destruction - Defending Against Drugs and Social Disorder), a well respected social group will be ensuring the safety of everyone at the event. Families are encouraged to bring their kids (kindergarten or older). 

FreedomWorks (off-site)

Located in North Minneapolis, the FreedomWorks Campus focuses on creating a safe and encouraging environment that guides men into new relationships, positive support system, and Christ-centered studies. This is an opportunity to serve FreedomWorks by cleaning, organizing their facility, and potentially some landscaping work. This project is open to adults or families with elementary or older aged kids.  

Mobile Hope - Cleaning Homes/Assisting Seniors (off-site)

We are providing assistance to seniors with home projects such as raking, cleaning, planting, or hauling large items. Volunteers will work alongside the home-owner and provide whatever assistance is needed for the morning. This project is open to students (6th grade+), adults or families with elementary or older aged kids. 

Mobile Hope - Hope Center Projects (off-site)

The Hope Center building and playground areas need some minor repairs and spring cleaning! If you are interested in spreading wood chips, painting interior walls, repair of chairs, installing shelving and deep cleaning, join us for a few hours of fun. This project is open to students (6th grade+), adults or families with elementary or older aged kids.

New Life Family Services (off-site)

New Life’s vision is to reach all abortion-minded and abortion-vulnerable individuals throughout Minnesota with comprehensive pregnancy-related services and the message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Volunteers will help with projects at their Richfield office, including sorting donations, cleaning and organizing projects. This project is open to ages 10+.

On-site Projects | Cleaning & Organizing

This is an opportunity to clean various spaces and items around the church. Indoor and outdoor work is available to prepare the building for future ministry.

Quilters and Crafters (on-site)

If you enjoy showing your love through crafts and handiwork, this is for you. Various projects will be available including: sewing, tying quilts, making scripture wall hangings for Peru & Mexico, etc... No experience necessary! This is a tangible way of sending a little bit of your heart to all those who will receive these items - both locally and abroad. This project is open to ages 8+.

Visit Seniors From Our Church (off-site)

This is an opportunity to visit Senior Citizens from our church to connect with, encourage and help them with light tasks around the house. You will meet in Community Room A and be directed from there. All ages are welcome.

Wayzata Area Prayer Walk (off-site)

Join us as we pray while walking through our surrounding neighborhoods and communities. The group will start at Wayzata Free and disburse to different sites in the local area. All ages welcome.

Wayzata Free Chinese Ministry Outreach Picnic (off-site)

This is an opportunity to join the Chinese student community for games and a picnic as a way to share Christ's love and learn more about each others' culture and faith. Volunteers will help with picnic prep, games, water sports like kayaking or canoeing, forming new relationships. Follow-up at a later date in the form of participation in Bible studies will be encouraged. All ages welcome. 

YMCA - Camp Christmas Tree (off-site)

Camp Christmas Tree is a YMCA day camp that is designed for youth to experience community and explore the outdoors. Join us as we assist in a variety of land beautification projects (raking, trimming branches, trail clearing, etc). A signed waiver is required. This project is open to students (6th grade+), adults or families with elementary or older aged kids.