Ministry Partners

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Our Justice & Witness Committee partners with many local organizations to help serve our community.

  • Alexandra House: Provides domestic and sexual violence services to women, men, youth and families. All services are free-of-charge and include 24-hour emergency shelter, legal advocacy, therapy, support groups, youth intervention and prevention services, abuse in later life resources, community education and professional training, and more. We are located in the cities of Blaine and Anoka, but serve victims of domestic and sexual violence across the state of Minnesota.  To learn more visit them at www.alexandrahouse.org
  • ACBC Food Shelf: Volunteers have been providing emergency food and clothing to area residents of Anoka County for over forty years. The food shelf is a local nonprofit; non-government agency. While volunteers will serve anyone in need of food throughout Anoka County one time, our services are targeted to residents of Andover, Anoka, Coon Rapids, Nowthen, Oak Grove, Ramsey, and part of Champlin.  To learn more visit them at www.acbcfoodshelf.com
  • Bundles of Love: We are a volunteer driven nonprofit organization that partners with community service agencies to assist Minnesota families in need by providing handmade baby clothing, bedding and basic care items for their newborns.  Our vision is to gather communities to support a parent and newborn.   We offer peace of mind for families and provide important, essential and practical supplies to show that someone cares. To learn more visit www.bundlesoflove.org
  • Family Promise: A non-profit interfaith hospitality network providing temporary shelter, hospitality and case management for families with dependent children experiencing homelessness.  To learn more visit www.familypromiseanoka.org
  • Street Ministry: Our own ministry providing gift cards from local grocery stores and gas stations. Onsite counseling provided if needed, by Pastor
  • Hope 4 Youth: Shines a light on the issue of youth homelessness in the northern part of the Twin Cities. The young people we serve are struggling with homelessness but are seeking solutions here in Anoka County. Most youth do not want to go into the urban downtown areas. They grew up here. They are more comfortable here. They want to live, work and contribute to their home towns.  When the doors of the Drop-In Center close, youth find themselves back on the streets, couch hopping, or sleeping in tents, cars, or parks instead. HOPE 4 Youth provides housing resources that link youth to a variety of housing options.  To learn more visit www.hope4youthmn.org
  • Meals on Wheels: A community-based service that provides fresh, nutritious meals delivered directly to the homes of seniors and individuals with disabilities throughout the Twin Cities. In addition to regularly providing healthy foods, caring volunteers provide social connection that helps meal recipients remain living independently in their own homes. To learn more visit www.meals-on-wheels.com
  • Feed My Starving Children: Feed My Starving Children® is a Christian non-profit organization committed to feeding God’s children hungry in body and spirit. The approach is simple: children and adults hand-pack meals specifically formulated for malnourished children, and we ship these meals to our distribution partners. FMSC meals have reached nearly 70 countries around the world in our history.  To learn more visit www.fmsc.org