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Outreach

Outreach is a valued part of our worship. We strive to be God's hands on Earth.

The Outreach Ministry has several ongoing outreach projects that include:

  • Food Bank

  • Blood Drive

  • Habitat for Humanity

  • Navajo Lutheran Mission

  • Quilters

  • Spring Fling

  • Back-to-school backpacks

  • Blanket Sunday

  • Dollars for Tools

  • Christmas Angel trees: Families in need, Seniors in need, Lutheran Navajo Mission

  • Change jar: collected change goes to relieving World Hunger

  • Interfaith Meals: The twice-a-month meal prepared and given out free to the community. We would like to see this grow to a weekly meal.

  • Souper Bowl Sunday: Money is collected in soup pots by the church youth on Super Bowl Sunday for Lutheran World Relief 

  • Community Volunteerism:  Members are encouraged to volunteer in the community and report on their charity work to the church.

Outreach projects rotate on a monthly basis for over 20 qualifying non-profit agencies in Yavapai County. Check the Outreach Ministry bulletin board in the Fellowship Hall for current listings of Volunteer Opportunities—to discover the best fit for you... for where your time and talents are needed in our community. Our scheduled 2024 Missions Outreach partners are shown below, but can change. If you'd like to stay informed about adjustments to our calendar, click here to subscribe to our weekly e-blast.

Mission Outreach
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January

Child Haven (a division of Arizona’s Children Association) is a crisis nursery program that provides services to families with young children. Their mission: to empower families to affect change and find solutions to critical issues by providing a unique and vital service, focused on the concept of families helping families.

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February

Since 1980, Stepping Stones Agencies has provided 24/7/365 advocacy services, including safe shelter, to adults and children affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and other forms of victimization in West Yavapai County, Arizona.

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March

PV Meals on Wheels enhances independent living with an emphasis on fixed- or low-income participants is supported through the provision of surplus food distribution, daily nourishing meals for in-house diners, and outreach to homebound seniors.

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April

Only A Child maintains a group home and carpentry shop for street youth in Guatemala City, offering them something to belong to, where they are respected and cared for, and where they can grow and develop an identity complete with confidence and self-esteem.

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May

Seeking to put God's love into action, Prescott Area Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

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August

In Rock Point, Arizona, NELM exists to connect diverse communities to the needs of the Navajo People by creating a safe environment where the values of education, culture, and spiritual formation are accessible to all people.

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The Hungry Kids Program is for elementary children in the Humboldt School District who otherwise would not have anything to eat over the weekend.

September

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October

Liberty Traditional School is Emmanuel's adopted elementary school in the Humboldt Unified School District. While we provide support  throughout the school year, in October we provide additional financial support.

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November

Transportation is just the beginning

Neighbors receive transportation, assisted grocery shopping, friendly visits, and more—so that you can stay independent at home.

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December

ACT provides intervention to individuals (children, adolescents, and adults), families, groups, schools, hospitals, and businesses that have been exposed to a traumatic event.

This day is an opportunity to celebrate who we are as the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America – one church, freed in Christ to serve and love our neighbor. (elca.org)

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