We believe serving is more than volunteering. It’s deeper, vaster and a key component of discipleship. As followers of Jesus, serving is God’s love in action, and it is life changing. That’s why we strive to connect people with ways to use their unique gifts and passions to be the hands and feet of Christ in our church, community and world.
Opportunities to serve in Raleigh include serving with our ministry partners (addressing homelessness, hunger, education, poverty, prison ministry and more); at Conn Elementary School, through missional communities; and special events, such as our Great Day of Service and Rise Against Hunger. Beyond Raleigh, we partner with ministries in Africa, Armenia, East Asia, and Haiti. A full list of our ministry partners can be found here.
For upcoming events, and ongoing ways to serve locally and globally, check out our monthly Faith In Action newsletter.
Got questions, or need help getting involved? Contact Renae Newmiller, Director of Local and Global Engagement.
MAKE MLK DAY A DAY ON, NOT OFF!
January 20, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
To celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. we’re teaming up with Rise Against Hunger and others in our community to package 100,000+ meals to combat global hunger. Join us for this fun, family friendly event. Rise Against Hunger meals go to feeding programs in impoverished countries that support the difficult journey out of poverty. Mark your calendar!
TAKE A VISION TRIP
Help One Now Haiti Trip – Edenton Street partners with Help One Now in the incredible work they are doing with community development initiatives and classroom sponsorships in and around Pétionville, Haiti. Email Renae.
Zoe Empowers Liberia Trip – Edenton Street comes alongside Zoe empowerment groups of orphaned and vulnerable children in Liberia as they journey through Zoe’s empowerment program. Through local leadership, Zoe equips these young people to overcome extreme poverty in just three years. It is amazing to witness the transformation taking place in the lives of the young people in our working groups and the impact it is having on their siblings and communities. Click here for a brief overview of the 2018 trip.