Making a Local Impact

No matter where you live, you can have an impact on your community. We are involved in neighborhood-specific efforts to share the love and goodness of God with those we encounter in our community. We strive to create a safe environment as well as programs and initiatives that introduce our neighbors to the love of Christ and His plan for their lives.

Check back here often for new projects and to register. Serving is a great way to grow, meet others, and discover your calling.

Hands-On Project

Homeless Outreach

Family Friendly

Care Facilities



Project Needs

Prison Ministry

At Risk Youth




Restored Hope Ministries

Date/Time: Saturday, April 1 / 9:00am-3:00pm

Family Friendly: Yes (10 years old and up)        

Spots Available: 40

Project Overview: We will be helping with renovations for a local shelter for single moms. We will be help with painting, landscaping, cleaning units, etc.  

About Restored Hope: Pastors Sam and Sherry Pollinzi are long time members of Covenant Church and have followed the call of God to start Restored Hope Ministries. Their mission is to restore women and their children to normal lives. There are women who have been affected by the adverse conditions of life that include sex trafficking, slavery, abuse, poverty and interaction with the Criminal Justice System.

Submit your interest form here.

Shiloh Place

Date/Time: Saturday, April 1 / 9:00am–12:00pm

Spots Available: 20

Family Friendly: Yes (10 years old and up)

Project overview: Servant leaders will assist with indoor painting projects and cleaning outside windows. Kids 10 years old and up to assist with adult supervision the cleaning of the designated inside facilities.

About Shiloh Place: Shiloh Place is a ministry to single moms and their children that offers housing, childcare and tuition assistance for up to two years. Our purpose is to come along side homeless, single moms, deeply invest in each individual over the course of their time with us (up to two years), and then celebrate them as they move back into self-sufficient living. Our mission is to equip single mothers with financial independence and personal wholeness by addressing their educational, emotional and spiritual needs.

 Submit your interest form here.

Grocery Store Outreach

Date/Time: Saturday, April 1 / 10:00-11:30am

Spots Available: 8

Family Friendly: No

Project overview: Experience the energy of seeing people excited about sharing their faith through giving. We will be going to local grocery stores to "pick up the tab". We want to cover the cost of groceries for some of our Carrollton Community. Participants must be 25 years and older.

Submit your interest form here.

Hudson Home Remodel

Date/Time: Saturday, April 1/ 8:00am-3:00pm

Family Friendly: Yes (10 years old and up)        

Spots Available: Open

Project Overview: We will be helping with renovations for a local family in need. We will be helping with replacing a patio deck, minor landscape and staining of new deck.

Submit your interest form here.


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Feed My Starving Children

Date/Time: Saturday, April 22 / 12:00-2:00pm

Family Friendly: Yes (5 years old and up)

Spots Available: 19

Project Overview: The approach is simple: volunteers hand-pack meals specially formulated for malnourished children. Every volunteer will pack an average of one box of food, which equals 216 meals enough to feed a starving child for seven months!

About FMSC: Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a Christian non-profit organization committed to feeding God's children hungry in body and spirit. We send these meals to partners around the world where they're used to operate orphanages, schools, clinics and feeding programs to break the cycle of poverty. 

Submit your interest form here.


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 McKinney Adopt-A-School 

Our adopted schools are Slaughter Elementary and Dowell Middle School.  Volunteers are needed in the classroom as reading buddies, mentors, tutors and to help with our Food 4 Kids program. Click here to submit an email and sign-up or get more information.

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 Photographers wanted!

A picture is worth a thousand words and we need your eye to capture the stories of our Serve Your City projects! The Photographer will work closely with the project team lead to visually express the heart of those serving. If you are a experienced photographer interested in donating your time and talent please contact our team at


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If you are interested in serving with our Prison Ministry please contact us directly at

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Juvenile Detention Center

Date/Time: Multiple times throughout the month

Family Friendly: No (ages 21+ yrs)

Project Overview: Every month our Juve team goes to our local detention centers and spends time with the incarcerated youth. They teach a Bible lesson, provide one on one time with each youth, and throw a social once a month.

The Juve team is looking for passionate people to get involve and help impact this generation. For more information please email 

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If you are organizing a service project in your community or neighborhood, let us know about it and maybe we can help by connecting you to others who would be interested in helping with your project. Fill out this form and we'll let you know if we can make it work! 

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