We believe that everything that happens inside the walls of the church, equips us to embody the message of Jesus outside the walls of the church.  In fact, we believe the church is at its best when it serves, sacrifices and gives, caring about the things God cares about.  We were created to live for something greater than ourselves, and we think the best way to accomplish that is by serving people outside the walls of our church.  Listed below you will find just some of the ways we are attempting to accomplish this, both in our local community, and around the world.


South Lake Community Ministries seeks to connect a neighbor in need with a neighbor who has something to give. We currently run two community programs: Buses N’ Backpacks and Brown Bags for Home.  To donate to South Lake Community Ministries or to find out more information on the programs and how you can help, click the button below.

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When a natural disaster strikes, it normally gives little to no warning, and leaves tremendous devastation in its wake.  Through the initiative of a group of volunteers, we have outfitted a response trailer, equipped to assist victims of disaster with everything from tree removal, to roof repair, and just about anything in between.  We currently have approximately 45 people who are an active part of this team, having been trained in strategic disaster response. Contact the church office for more information about upcoming training events and how you can get involved with this team.
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The church is a global movement with a global mission each and every one of us are called to play a part in. It is for this reason that we support several foreign missionaries and organizations through a combination of financial support and short-term mission trips.

Echo Ranch, a ministry of Avant, is a camp ministry that reaches out to children and teens in Southeast Alaska. We partner with them by sending teams for 1-2 weeks over the summer to assist with camp programs and/or facilities construction and maintenance needs. For more info on Echo Ranch, visit their website – Echoranch.org
Working with the missionary organization called “New Tribes Mission”, Keith and Angie Copley are in PNG serving the Hewa people. Their goal is to plant tribal churches in un-reached areas of the world. We help provide a portion of their monthly financial support through our annual church budget.
A cooperative network of churches that pool resources strategically to have the greatest impact for the Great Commission. The Cooperative program funds the International Missions Board (IMB), the largest international missions agency in the world, and the North American Mission Board (NAMB), strategically helping to plant churches throughout North America. The Cooperative program also funds numerous children’s homes, schools, aid and relief organizations, etc. through the US and overseas.


Current Mission Trips

Due to Covid-19, we do not have any upcoming mission trips but are looking forward to planning for 2021. Please check back soon for more updates.