Making disciples by serving, sharing life, and sharing Jesus with people from other places.
Latino Ministry Outreach
Our Latino kids ministries include a dynamic outreach Bible study on Thursday nights and a more in-depth after-school tutoring and mentoring program called "Leaders-In-Training" (LIT). LIT meets Monday and Wednesday afternoons during the school year. Volunteers in our kids ministries serve weekly over a 12-week trimester. Request more information below.
Our Adult English-as-a-Second-Language program for Latino immigrants has five levels, is highly relational, and emphasizes verbal practice. As a volunteer conversation partner, you learn a lot and make a huge impact just by speaking English and building a friendship. And, you don't need to speak Spanish! Volunteers serve weekly on Thursday nights over a 12-week trimester.
Our Latino teens ministries include a fun, relational Teens Club that meets on Wednesday nights and a more in-depth discipling ministry called "Leadership Training Project" (LTP). Volunteer mentors disciple and serve alongside teen leaders from our community. The volunteer commitment is to life-on-life discipleship. Complete the volunteer interest form for more information.
Our Adelante Arts Community for kids, teens, and adults provides creative and interactive opportunities for people from different parts of the world to come together to develop skills in music, dance and other arts. Volunteers serve weekly on Monday nights over a 12-week trimester. Complete the volunteer interest form for more information.
Latino Church Community
A network of house churches is emerging within the Latino community. The house church model is reproducible, fosters a sense of family, extends the gospel beyond the four walls of a church building, and provides accessible opportunities for active participation and leadership development.
Making disciples is an intentional, relational endeavor that includes learning, sharing life, and serving together. Smaller discipling groups provide an environment for individualized spiritual growth, Bible study, accountability, and mutual encouragement.
Monthly worship services in Spanish provide an opportunity for all of our Latino house churches to come together as a family to worship and learn together. Teams from our community equip young musicians, lead worship, organize events, and provide direction for our Latino ministries.