Raleigh Dream Center
RDC’s mission is to bring hope and restoration to the hurting and broken in the Triangle area. You can serve by bringing seasonal drive items to church, giving out groceries on several Saturdays per month at an Adopt a Block, serving in the RDC warehouse or delivering meals to communities or families in need. RDC is top of the list when local organizations like public schools and others need the relational connections to neighborhoods like during Covid-19.
Point Person: Jamie Sato
Love Your Neighbor RDU
LYNRDU brings Muslim and Christian communities together around a common table to enjoy a meal together and discuss Islam and Christianity. You can serve by praying, being a table discussion leader at a meal event or engaging families in a specific community. There are also opportunities through LYNRDU to engage local refugees and immigrants who need help getting on their feet here in the Raleigh area.
Point Person: John Messiah
Pardoned by Christ Prison Ministry
Help restore lives affected by incarceration through in-prison, transitional and community programs. You can serve by mentoring, leading Bible Studies, financial or becoming trained to escort transitional prisoners outside of prison for 4-6 hours reacclimatize into the community.
Point Person: Ebony Smith
CenterPeace Marriage Mentoring
The mission of CenterPeace is to proactively build strong marriages through mentoring and yearly encouragement. You can get involved by being mentored or by becoming a mentor. Our engaged or newly married couples benefit greatly from this ministry and the mentoring of further-along couples in the church. We believe it’s important to not just get pre-marital counseling but post-marital mentoring as well! Being able to be real and gather wisdom from an older and wiser couple is a big deal in our world!
Point Persons: Brian and Debbie Lowther
Camp Woodbine serves hearing impaired children and their families with socialization, language stimulation and communication opportunities in a fun and convenient environment for children and their families. Currently, you can serve by helping maintain and repair outdoor adventure elements on the property like our men building the Camp and new horse bridge earlier this year.
Point Person: Wendy Christensen
Hope Reins pairs kids in crisis with rescued horses to find hope and healing. You can serve by doing various manual labor projects at the farm or by becoming a counselor. Multiple families have Harvest have benefited from the ministry as well as participate in the leadership of this great organization. We have cleaned stalls, added fence, shoveled manure, vacuumed the lodge as well as praying for the ministry, receiving mentor training and connecting families to this ministry toward help they need.
Point Persons: Jason & Dacey McGinnis