We truly care for our communities and we believe we can show that by being the hands and feet of Jesus. Below are some of the ways that we serve our local communities.
Home ownership helps create stability in neighborhoods, and when people are invested in a community, it tends to thrive. We partner with Community Encompass to rehab houses in Muskegon with the goal of creating stable communities. These houses are sold/rented to individuals at reduced rates with that in mind.
To learn more about our volunteer efforts, contact [email protected].
Faith & Finances
Faith and Finances unites people from varied financial backgrounds as they explore together money management skills and biblical stewardship principles. Designed specifically for lower-income adults, Faith and Finances addresses the challenges they face and helps them rediscover their God-given dignity.
To learn more, contact our team at [email protected].
All Shores Spring Lake offers a food pantry for those who are in need of short-term relief. The Pantry is open each Monday from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. in the lobby of the Spring Lake Campus. Donation of food and personal care items are always welcome.
If you'd like to share your time, please email Patrick Cooper at [email protected].
One child. One hour. One time a week. Kids Hope USA facilitates relationships between loving, caring adults who are matched with children that teachers have identified as being at-risk academically or socially. Our Spring Lake campus partners with Jeffers Elementary School. When kids feel loved and valued, they are better able to learn, grow and succeed. And what better way to make a difference than right here in our own community?
Click Here to watch a short video that gives a glimpse into Kids Hope.
If you would like more information about becoming a Kids Hope USA mentor, email our Kids Hope Director, Tricia Davis, at [email protected]
Many families in Ottawa County benefit from free or reduced lunch during the school day but struggle to put food on the table over the weekend. Hand2Hand is a food backpack program in West Michigan that offers healthy resources for children on the weekends and is a partnership with churches and local schools. We partner with Jeffers Elementary School in Spring Lake. We anticipate packing and delivering 50+ backpacks each week.
Most needed items: quart size ziploc bags, large cans of chicken, small jars of peanut butter, large cans of spaghetti sauce (no glass jars), pudding cups, fruit cups, individual oatmeal packets, granola bars, canned veggies, and mac & cheese.
Click Here to watch a short video that gives a glimpse into Hand2Hand.
For more information, contact [email protected]
WRAP Around Ministry
Our WRAP Around Ministry seeks to resource, support, and inform those who have chosen to pursue Foster Care and Adoption and those who are considering. We offer different events and resources throughout the year to show our love and support including respite nights, drives, and other fun and informative events.
If you are a foster or adoptive family or you are looking to support Foster and Adoptive families please contact [email protected].
Jail and Prison
We partner with local Jail and Prison Ministries to offer continued support for their programs. Forgotten Man Ministries is our local jail ministry partner. Prison Fellowship and Fresh Coast Alliance are our local prison ministry partners. All of these ministries are doing tremendous things that are not only bringing about life transformation among the incarcerated, but also raising up tomorrow's leaders inside and outside the prison walls. We work with these programs in various ways throughout the year.
For more information please contact [email protected].