Every Saturday in June, we are creating opportunities to love others well through practical service projects with local missions. There will be something for every age and ability so grab the family, pick a Saturday, and sign up to share God’s love and make a difference in our community. Each serving opportunity is from 9am to noon. High Hill, on June 4th, is open to 4pm with lunch available if you would like to stay longer. More information about each ministry and what you can expect on site is below. 

June 4

High Hill Christian Camp

High Hill Christian Camp and Retreat Center is a Christian camp owned and operated by Independent Christian Churches of mid-Missouri. Our goal is to offer a fun, engaging, Christian atmosphere in a modern camp setting surrounded by God’s wilderness.
Serving will likely include working outside to help prepare for another summer of campers!
Learn more about High Hill.

Righteous Rides

Righteous Rides’ vision is that every international missionary has access to affordable and stress-free stateside transportation.
Serving will likely include cleaning cars and working on other projects throughout the facility.
Learn more about Righteous Rides.

June 11


Love the Lou’s mission and vision is a movement of restoration working to reverse the negative trends of poverty and racism in the City of St. Louis

Serving will likely include working inside on a project designated by Lucas Rouggly, the founder of LOVEtheLOU, or outside in their community gardens. 
Learn more about LOVEtheLOU.

Our Lady’s Inn

Since 1982, Our Lady’s Inn has served as a life-affirming alternative to abortion to almost 7,000 women who have chosen life for their unborn babies. For 40 years, these families have been sheltered and supported in their efforts to live healthy and productive lives.
Jobs for women volunteers will include cooking meals and childcare. For men, jobs will include outdoor projects such as mowing and trimming.
Learn more about Our Lady’s Inn.

June 18


LINC is creating connections by building a community of sponsors/volunteers that will provide a fragile family with the support they require to prevent a critical time from becoming an overwhelming crisis. One person can make a difference for a family in crisis by assisting in needs such as minor home repairs, picking up groceries, or being a listening ear.
Learn more about LINC.

Habitat for Humanity

At Habitat for Humanity, they build homes because they believe that everyone, everywhere should have a healthy, affordable place to call home. Serving with Habitat will include working at a build site as well as ReStore, an independently owned resale store.

Learn more about Habitat for Humanity 

June 25

The Sparrow’s Nest

Their mission is to embrace the God-given dignity of all human life by empowering young moms and their children to realize their full potential. Sparrow’s nest is a long-term housing program. Ultimately, they want the girls to feel loved, to have a safe place to live, and to grow and bond with their child, knowing once they leave, they are going to be self-sufficient.

Serving opportunities will likely include outside/inside cleaning; lawn care- possibly mowing, weed pulling, etc. moving a swing set

Learn more about The Sparrow’s Nest.

Strong Tower Ranch

Strong Tower Ranch features horsemanship and day camps with the goal of providing quality, Christ-centered programs that are entertaining, character building, and rehabilitating. “Strong Tower” reminds us that we have a mighty fortress in Christ. They want children, teens, and adults who come to find love and refuge from a harsh world. Their priority is to help those who are at risk or less fortunate.

Serving will likely include outside work like cleaning stalls, weed pulling, etc. 
Learn more about Strong Tower Ranch.