SERVE OUR CITY
“For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you by his poverty might become rich” (2 Corinthians 8:9). As Christ has sacrificially served us, we are all called to serve our city, especially to show mercy and justice for the needy, poor, and hurting. View the list of organizations our church formally partners with, and consider volunteering to serve those in need.
HENRY C. LEA SCHOOL
4700 Spruce Street, West Philly
This is the local public elementary school, part of the Philadelphia School District, in the neighborhood of our West Philly Campus. Various needs include school supplies and snack donations, school cleaning and painting days, and support for teachers in the classroom or after school programs.
BETHESDA PROJECT: MY BROTHER'S HOUSE
609 S. 15th Street, Center City
Serve and befriend the homeless by preparing and serving a monthly meal for the residents at My Brother's House.
The purpose of International Students Inc. (ISI) is to help internationals students feel connected and cared for and to share the love of Christ with them through relationships.
Serve alongside volunteer staff to help welcome international students living in West Philly through various events such as weekly Friday night gatherings and seasonal activities throughout the year.
MEDICAL FELLOWSHIP & OUTREACH
1701 Delancey Street, Center City
(in partnership with MCO and Tenth Presbyterian Church)
Discipleship amongst students and practitioners in the medical field through Bible studies, Sunday School classes, city-wide events/conferences, and the Summer Medical Institute.
Participate in Health Outreach days throughout the year in various neighborhoods in our city, where volunteers reach out to the community through door-to-door health screens, conversation, and prayer.