Join us and the following local partners in reaching out to people in our community.
Christ for People – Share the word and love of Jesus Christ through fellowship and Bible studies with people who have developmental disabilities especially those who remain isolated from the church community.
Families Moving Forward – Help make Calvary a home for families who have become homeless. Calvary hosts families three times a year for one week at a time.
Habitat for Humanity – Work with others to help build stable, safe housing for families in the metro area.
Kinship – Help children who need additional support to realize their God-given potential. Offer adult friendships as individuals, couples and/or families.
LSS All About Kids – Help find housing for homeless families with children so they can remain in the same school district.
Plymouth Christian Youth Center – Enrich the skills, prospects and spirit of North Minneapolis-area youth and adults.
PRISM – Work with this local social service agency that offers a food shelf, rent and utility assistance, etc. They also have a Thrift store call Shop for Change.
Redeemer Lutheran Church and Redeemer Center for Life Help provide a beacon of hope to the Harrison neighborhood and work together to provide worship, youth programming, outreach and housing support.
MissionShift – Through great expert speakers, learn how to build ministries cross-culturally in the city.
Through our “glocal partners,” we learn how to “think global, act locally.”
Feed My Starving Children rallies volunteers and donors to provide high-nutritional meals that are sent to areas of the world where children are starving.
Global Health Ministries continues the healing ministry of Jesus Christ by enhancing healthcare programs of Lutheran churches in other countries. They collect and ship medical supplies around the world.
Hospitality Center for the Chinese reaches out to the hundreds of Chinese students that come to the Twin Cities to attend the U of M.
Luther Memorial reaches out to the Hmong community and raises up Hmong leaders.