Author: Jennifer Harper
There are many ways to get involved or give around SWC. Everything from joining the Prayer Team to working around the campus, joining an outreach team or making a financial donation.
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Home on the Way is a local outreach to some of our neighbors in the valley who are in desperate need.
You can become in involved in several different ways. First, on the first Tuesday of each month, a team from SWC prepares a delicious dinner at the SWC kitchen at 2:00 PM and then caravans to the HOTW campus at 4:15 PM. They minister the love of Christ and a great meal for the people who gather there. You can take part in either preparing the meal, or going with the team to serve, or both. Fusion Youth Group serves each month with the team.
We also gather winter clothes, shoes and blankets in the fall/winter and water and supplies in the summer to take to the ministry. Watch the SWC E-news (sign up here) or the Sunday Bulletin for information about when and what is being gathered for the ministry.
Prayer support is also greatly appreciated.
Chris and Cindy Nelke
Cindy and Chris Nelke lead this important outreach. Email the Nelkes for more information or to get involved, or complete the Volunteer Form.
Rich & Joann Damante’s group meets on Sundays at 12:00 PM, right after morning service, at their home. Stop by your favorite restaurant, get some take-out and meet at their house for connection and study. Their cross streets are 56th & Bell Rd. Contact us for specific directions or for more information.
We are partnered with Beyond Autism, a school designed to meet the needs of children with Autism and to offer support to their families. This is an excellent organization that meets on our campus.
SWC hosts Lifeline a few times each year, offering non-invasive screening for a variety of health issues, including stroke prevention, abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral arterial disease and atrial fibrillation. Watch the news page for the next Lifeline event.
RTBAV is a nationally recognized crime prevention seminar taught by Richard Marshall on the SWC campus on a periodic basis. Each registered participant will receive a student handbook and course completion certificate. Please contact the church office at 480-483-2401 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information on upcoming seminars.