Serving Our Community

There are a variety of roles needed to serve our community – many involve helping children and parents in nearby neighborhoods.

See what options below might be of interest.  You may be surprised how much they melt your butter!

Opportunities to Serve

Role Team Leader Description Interested?
Crisis Care        Team Mike & Teresa Tangorra Care for one another and our neighbors through short term help like meal trains, rides, lawn care, maintenance, hospital visits, service projects, prayer, and more.
Foster Parent Night Out Volunteer Lonnie & Cindy Wendling Give Foster Parents a night off by organizing activities and playing with their children (babies through high school) for the evening here at The Journey
Orphan Respite Care Andrea Reedy Care for Foster Children at your home while Foster Parents are away. Background check, training and observation required
Foster Emergency Bundle Christy Tucker Provide critical items to foster family upon emergency foster child placement.
Kids Outdoor Zone Group Leader Jason Smith/ Sam Davis Lead and mentor boys 8-18 years old.
Small Group Leader/Host John Peterson Interested in leading a small group? Hosting a small group in your home? Help lead a group to study biblical topics and grow closer in relationships.
Reading Volunteer Amy Renfroe Help elementary students be able to read by the 3rd grade to impact their graduation rates.
Christmas Box Volunteer Sandra Swanson Team members help assemble Chrsitmas Food Boxes for LISD children and their families who need food over the winter holidays.
Campus/ Building Team Dale Richardson Provide team with overall leadership to facilitate being good stewards of the assets on campus, including the community center, that God has provided our church. Hold monthly meetings to address day to day operations as it pertains to campus and building projects that the Board has approved and work with the Board and staff on upcoming projects needed. Provide spiritual motivation for both men and women who serve on this team.