Let us help you find a place to serve using your gifts and passions all for the glory of God. Together we can make a difference that will make an eternal impact in our community.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 480.824.7243 for more information on how you can become engaged in meaningful service to others.
There are lots of great ways to get engaged in serving our community. We invite you to prayerfully consider how God can use you to impact our community and make a difference in someone’s life. For more information, contact email@example.com or 480.824.7243.
Living Hope Women’s Center
If you have extra clothes, furniture or household items, consider donating them to our ministry partner, Living Hope, to support their home for unwed moms. Bring your gently used furniture and household items to the truck during drop-off days a few times a year.
VOLUNTEERS: Each quarter, we have a team spend one Saturday and one Sunday collecting items to fill a semi-truck from the parking lot of Scottsdale Bible Church. We need people willing to assist in packing the items, writing gift-in-kind receipts and just being there to accept the donations. We especially need young men to help move heavy furniture and other items.
Soles for Souls Shoe Drive
For many years, Scottsdale Bible Church has committed to providing new back-to-school shoes for more than 600 kids enrolled in the Neighborhood Ministries Kids Club program. This year, we’ve added nearly 100 children from MentorKids. For many of these children, the pair of shoes they recieve through Soles for Souls may be the only one they receive all year, and for some, it may be their first-ever pair of new shoes.
If you would like to sponsor a child or support this ministry through giving or volunteering your time, please email our Missions & Me team at firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know your interest. We especially need Spanish speakers for shoe distribution day.
Homeless Ministry | Matthew 25
Third Saturday of the month (recurring), 3:15pm, Shea A6
Help serve hot meals to homeless families. We meet for a brief orientation before going to four homeless shelters. Come alongside and share compassion and hope with those in need.
Tutor refugee youth in math and English
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-7:30pm
29th St. and Osborn Rd.
We need people who can help disadvantaged youth ages 7 to 18 with math and English to help them succeed in school. Your contribution will make a huge difference in the lives of these young people. We meet in an apartment complex where the refugee families live.
Become a mentor to refugee youth
29th St. and Osborn Rd.
Meet with mentee two times a month. Training provided. We are looking for individuals who have a passion to help at-risk youth reach their God-given potential. You can become a nurturer of possibilities and have a lifelong impact on a young person by helping them achieve their academic and personal goals.
Women’s Empowerment Program
29th St. and Osborn Rd.
Do you know how to make jewelry or some other craft? Help teach refugee women a craft they can make at home. You can make a significant impact in helping these women provide for their families and break the cycle of poverty.
Prepare and serve dinner
Third Thursday of the month (recurring)
House of Refuge/House of Hope – 9980 N. 7th Place, Phoenix
With your small group, prepare and serve a monthly community meal to single moms and their children. The ministry has a fully equipped kitchen. You provide the food and prepare on-site.
Professional healthcare volunteers
Various shifts; day and evening, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
The Neighborhood Christian Clinic – 1929 W. Fillmore St., Building C, Phoenix
Calling all doctors (medical, dental, and chiropractic), pharmacists, nurses, hygienists, medical and dental assistants, healthcare professionals, and interpreters (Spanish). Join us as we share God’s love with patients. The clinic provides a wonderful working environment with state-of-the-art equipment and procedures to help provide healthcare in the inner city.
Orientation to prison ministry
Every 6 weeks, we host a Beyond the Bars orientation at our Men’s Discipleship Training Center, which introduces God’s people to our ministry. This orientation is on a Saturday from 8:30 to 10am, and consists of a continental breakfast, a presentation of the ministry, testimonies of the men and women who live at the Discipleship Training Centers, and a tour of the facilities. If you would like to attend, please call the office at 602.995.9484 to request an invitation.
Phoenix Rescue Mission
Channel your inner sous chef and help our kitchen staff prepare meals for 200 plus people. Prep volunteers begin two hours before the meal is served.
Changing Lives Center (a program of Phoenix Rescue Mission)
If you would love to rock a baby, teach a two-year-old his ABCs, or spend some quality time with amazing kids, then working with the CLC Children’s Department is for you. Opportunities include teacher’s assistants, child-care helpers and mother’s mentors, just to name a few. Urgent needs are listed below:
Babysitters Needed — Help in our Child Care Center while mothers in our program attend class. Positions open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 6 to 8pm at the Changing Lives Center.
Be A Mother’s Mentor — Many of the mothers in the program recently have been reunited with their young children and could use a parenting mentor. Join us at the Changing Lives Center on Saturdays from 11am to 2pm. Bring an activity that encourages mothers to interact with their children. Some ideas are cookie baking, scrapbooking and crafting projects. Perfect for families.
Be a friendship partner
International Students, Inc.
Friendship partners are Americans who befriend an international student. You can offer international students experiences of a lifetime, just by including them in your enjoyment of favorite sports, the arts, church or cultural events, as well as celebrations such as birthdays and holidays.
Create “Life Books” for children
Christian Family Care Agency
Many children in foster care often do not have a sense of family history because they have moved from home to home or their parents did not take pictures of them that would document the events of their lives. Volunteers create life books – scrapbooks – that foster children keep with them no matter where they move. Donations of scrapbook supplies are also welcomed.
Christian Family Care Agency
We need volunteers to answer phones, help with special mailings, make telephone calls, file documents, proof read documents and publications, and a variety of handyman and fix-it jobs. Call today to discover how you can help.
Safe Families is a ministry where parents experiencing a temporary crisis can arrange for their children to stay with a Christian host family while they address the issues that led to their situation. Biological parents maintain full custody of their children and host families are encouraged to interact with the parents for encouragement and support. Safe Families hosts include singles and married couples at every life stage, all of whom simply decide to make room in their home for a child needing a safe place. The arrangement is temporary (average 31 days) and is facilitated by a Safe Families coach who makes sure everyone is moving forward. How can you serve the Safe Families ministry? Be a Safe Families host family and bring a child into your home. Or, be a family coach and walk alongside the birth family to meet their goals. If you’re interested in one of these opportunities, please contact Molly Browne. For more information check out this video and the local Safe Families website.
CarePortal brings the needs of hurting children and families in our community to our attention. Through the CarePortal technology, our church can connect with real-time needs that Arizona Department of Child Safety (DCS) workers uncover. DCS workers submit the prevention need and the church becomes aware of this need through an email. Individuals then have an opportunity to respond directly to families who are in crisis. To learn more visit careportal.org or take a few minutes to watch these videos CarePortal Video and You’re Worth It. Please contact Melissa Markus if you have additional questions or would like to participate.
We have the privilege of partnering with numerous faith-based organizations who are meeting the needs of our community, from mentoring at-risk kids, feeding the homeless, reaching out to the incarcerated to providing adoption and foster care services. Contact email@example.com or 480.824.7243 for more information on our ministry partners.
The organizations marked with an Arizona icon below qualify for the Arizona charitable or foster care tax credit. Click here for more information.
House of Refuge / House of Hope, Sunnyslope, Inc.
Along Side Ministries – Collis Huntington, Executive Director, 602.995.9484
4650 N. 35th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85017
Arizona taxpayers have an opportunity to redirect a portion of their state tax dollars to organizations providing help to others. Under the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, households can reduce their direct tax liability by $800 for couples or $400 for individuals when they give to qualifying non-profits in the community. Under the Arizona Foster Care Tax Credit, the amount is doubled to $1,000 and $500 when giving to a qualifying foster care organization.
Scottsdale Bible partners with several faith-based non-profits that qualify for these tax credits. The organizations listed here qualify for these tax credits. When you make a contribution to one of these ministry partners, you not only benefit from a dollar-for-dollar tax credit, but you also help support the wonderful work they are doing to restore wholeness and demonstrate Jesus’ love and grace to the adults, children and families they serve.
Please consider how you can make a difference in the lives of others by taking advantage of the Arizona Charitable and Foster Care Tax Credits. For more information, click here.
Thanks to the generosity of Winter Wonder guests, Scottsdale Bible was able to bless Yavapai Elementary School with gifts for every student, gift cards for teachers and staff, and a mobile computer lab with 30 computers and 10 tablets.
We come alongside refugees from the war-torn country of Burma (Myanmar), victims of persecution, injustice and war to help them begin a new life for themselves and their families. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 480.824.7243 for more information on our Refugee Ministry and how you can be involved in serving these families.