Members of our church body volunteer with a variety of local ministries...
Held at the church, these groups help international visitors improve their speaking skills.
empty tomb is a Christian service and research organization. Opportunites for service include working with emergency food deliveries, assisting in the clothing room, help in the office, and furniture deliveries to families in need.
Daily Bread Soup Kitchen "Our mission is to feed the hungry of our community regardless of race, religion or ethnicity."
Salvation Army USA Food insecurity exists in every zip code in the United States. You can help.
Habitat for Humanity Everyone deserves a decent place to live.
The Pregnancy Resource Center offers free services in a caring and confidential manner.
Other local organizations that we support financially have included:
FCA’s goal is to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.
Salt and Light is a non-profit ministry with a mission to share the love of God by helping those in need.
Restoration Urban Ministries is a non-profit organization, dedicated to providing comprehensive services in an effort to help the most needy and desperate in the community.
"I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for harvest." - John 4:35b.
Free Methodist World Missions coordinates intercultural evangelistic work for the denomination, and our local church participates in the work through directly supporting missionaries and contributing to various other missions-related projects.
Kay serves as Latin America regional coordinator for International Child Care Ministries (ICCM). Based in Santiago, Chile, she supervises ICCM national coordinators who work alongside FM elementary scool teachers and church workers throughout Latin America to share the good news of Jesus with children. She is married to Leonardo Godoy who shares her heart for service, evangalism and discipleship. Kay and Leo participate in outreach, training, and administrative responsibilities at Comunidad Casa Grande in Santiago, a growing church ministering to immigrants from Venezuela.
Many individuals at Mattis Avenue have chosen to be involved globally by sponsoring children through ICCM, our denomination’s child sponsorship initiative.
The Bishops’ Crisis Response Fund provides immediate relief funds in crisis situations.
For three years, Mattis Avenue has enthusiastically served as a host site for the Global 6K for Water. Each participant in the event provided sustainable clean water to a child in need. We also sponsored a Walk for Light, raising funds for much-desired solar lights for students in a creative access country.
Mattis Avenue members have partnered with many intercultural missions projects, with a wide range of emphases. Some include a church-building project in Hermosillo, Mexico, mission trips to Dominican Republic and several African countries, India, and a number of other countries.