There’s lots of ways to get connected serving our community! Check out a few below! (If interested in receiving our weekly “Ministry Partner Prayer Request” email, click HERE.)
Showing the love of Christ through serving our local community with home repair issues.
Projects include housework, painting, carpentry, electrical, plumbing, etc. (Assistance may be limited depending on the specific need, skill level of volunteers, and cost of materials.)
Contact Joe Anderson for more information.
We all know moving can be challenging and a time when you need an extra hand or two. Our Moving Team enjoys going into the community to help others move and we desire to be a part of providing a welcoming environment into someone’s new place.
Contact Joshua Bernitt for more information.
SENIOR & SHUT-IN CARE
Connecting with those in our church family who are unable to get to church for a variety of reasons. Team members visit with people, provide in-home communion, take them out to lunch, offer to pray with them, check on general well-being, and look for other ways to encourage our seniors and shut-ins.
Contact Nancy Wynia for more information.
Providing garden plots in a beautiful setting for members of our community to grow their own produce each summer. Fresh rainwater collection system is now in place. Check it out - located just to the left of our drive as you approach the Ministry Center! Make sure to sign-up for a garden plot next spring.
Contact Kyle Salsbery for more information.
PURE is a community partner ministry with an awesome group for guys who are ready to claim their freedom in Christ from lust, porn, and/or sexual addiction. Let's claim our freedom together!
Contact Robin Sternweis (715) 305-1119 for more information.
SHIRLEY’S HOUSE OF HOPE
A community partner of Faith Fellowship, this ministry is dedicated to providing shelter and other basic needs for women and children in the Marshfield area who are hurting from the effects of domestic violence.
During their time in residence, clients are taught life skills, counseled, and provided Biblical discipleship. Pictured here is the recent ribbon-cutting ceremony for their new Recovery Center.
Click HERE for their website and more information.
Narcotics Anonymous meets at Faith Fellowship on Sunday evenings @ 7:00pm.