It doesn’t matter how young or old you are, you can get involved.

A Place To Serve

Become a light to the world and God’s feet and hands by serving in one of the many missions connected through Main Street. Our congregation participates in active service both locally and globally. We believe that people typically find God when they encounter his people in service to others. We hope you’ll find a mission opportunity that speaks to you.

Love God. Love Each Other. Change the World.

Here are some opportunities to be involved in reaching out.

Local Missions

Suffolk Christian Fellowship
Collection of grocery items for distribution at the Suffolk Christian Fellowship Ministry site. Donations collected in atrium. Contact Phil McPhail at moc.liamg@737liahpcmpj.


Coalition Against Poverty in Suffolk

Main Street Community Supper

Dinner at Main Street provided to individuals in need in Suffolk. 4th Friday each month from 4-5:30 pm. Contact person: Beth Gist @ten.retrahc@3tsigab.

Salvation Army Soup Kitchen

Lunch at the Salvation Army in Suffolk for individuals and families in need. 4th Saturday each month from 11 am to 1 pm. Contact Jodi Browne at ten.nozirev@enworbidoj

Foster Child Christmas Tree

Provides wrapped Christmas presents for a needy child in Suffolk. Presents collected in atrium during the month of December. Contact Barbara McPhail at gro.cmutsniam@arabrab

Prison Ministry

Once weekly bible study at our local men’s prison in Suffolk. Contact person: Paul Martin

Angel Tree

Provides Christmas presents for children whose parents are incarcerated. Presents collected in atrium during the month of December. Other events throughout the year including school supply drive and Easter basket donations. Contact Tess Popik at moc.liamtoh@01macsset

Nursing Home Ministry

Circle Meeting at Kindred Care Nursing Home in Suffolk. Church bus to bring nursing home residents to church services and events. Cards and visits with congregation members living in nursing homes. Contact Barbara McPhail at gro.cmutsniam@arabrab

Needlework Guild/Happy Hands Fellowship

Prayer shawls knitted for those who have been sick or have recently lost a loved one. Contact person: Susan Pruden

Global Missions

Youth Mission Trip

A yearly summer trip to serve underprivileged communities. Contact Holly Richardson at gro.cmutsniam@nosdrahcirh.

Friends of Barnabas

Community partnership with the village of El Encinal, Honduras supports medical needs for 150 people and 45 families. Medical mission trips are sponsored by the church along with supply collections for the people. To see our most recent mission trip, visit

Rise Against Hunger

One day event held once a year to package nutritious meals sent to children and families all over the world. Contact Greg Brown at moc.loa@5891bpbG.

Not sure if you have time for mission work?

Our church members volunteer as little as once a year or as often as once a week.

If you’d like to volunteer your time, please click the button below to get in touch, and we’ll find the perfect opportunity for your schedule!

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