Get Plugged in

Jesus made it exceedingly clear that serving others was a must if we are to follow Him. This may look different for everyone, but it means that we are to responsibly use every gift that we've been given to love others. These gifts include time, talent, and treasure. Our primary concern is that you use these things to directly love and serve those who may have less than you.

If you'd like to serve Journey directly, there are a few simple ways that you can start immediately, like set-up and tear-down, host team, etc. Just select Sunday Mornings at Journey on the form below.

Below are a few different ways that you can get plugged into the community here at Journey and in Woodstock. If you have any questions, or you're curious what it looks like to love and serve others, get in touch with one of our staff. We'd love to buy you a cup of coffee and talk about what it looks like to follow Jesus and love your neighbor.

Arnold Mill Elementary

We are immensely grateful for the fine staff at Arnold Mill Elementary. They have been incredibly accommodating in working with us to make our time here as smooth and efficient as possible. As such, we want to do everything that we can to help give back and serve the teachers and students that have shared their facility with us.

Whether it's taking valuable time to read to the younger kids who might need a little bit of encouragement, or working to pressure wash some sidewalks, there are several needs that you can  help us fill. Select Arnold Mill Elementary on the form below. A staff member will contact you soon after with everything you need to know to get involved.

Block PartIes

We offer block parties to connect with others in our community a few times a year. This is a great way to serve while meeting new people. There is always a need for people to help with registration, food prep and serving, and manning the games and activity stations.

Foster & Adopt ministry

We partner with local organizations such as Ignite Hope and Cherokee County DFCS to provide prayer, support, encouragement and hands-on service to our Foster/Adopt community.  Contact: Christie or David McCullough

Current Opportunities:

Pajama Drive - We are helping to provide pajamas for children in foster care. Through November 10th, bring pajamas on Sunday mornings for boys and girls ages 12-18 years old. Juniors and adult sizes small through XXL are the most in demand.

Stand Sunday, November 10: One Day. One Voice. One Purpose.

It all started with a question, "Who will stand with me to defend, care, and support abused, abandoned, and neglected children in our community?" Join with us on Sunday, November 10 as we celebrate the anniversary of this question which led to eradicating the foster care crisis in one community in Texas. And join us as we partner with local organizations to alleviate the crisis within our own community.

Watch Bishop Aaron Blake recount what happened when he first asked this rhetorical question to his congregation in 2004.

Prayer Team

As Christ followers, we rejoice that we are able to go to our Father with any and all of our needs. He desires to hear from us. We also have the amazing privilege to pray with and for each other. If you would like to be a part of this ministry, please indicate this on the form below.

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Thanks for your willingness to serve our community. Our ministry team leaders are excited for the opportunity to get to know you!