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Get Involved

The ministries at Servant of Christ happen because of You. 

When you use your gifts and passions to serve others, it honors God and helps our church grow and flourish. From welcoming guests to teaching children and youth, to serving on mission trips and much more, there’s a place for YOU to serve. When you serve, you'll be amazed at how God can use you in new and unexpected ways. 

Time and Talent Connections

Care and Prayer Ministry

Leader: Alex Fellner

There are a few opportunities to help care for the members of Servant of Christ. You can be part of the Prayer Chain or the Praying Together prayer team.

For further questions, call the church office at 763-427-5070. 

Hospitality Team

Create a comfortable environment for members and guests by providing a welcoming experience at Servant of Christ. Members of our Hospitality Team help usher, greet or serve communion during the Worship Service. They also help in the kitchen during fellowship before and after the service, as well as for funerals. If you would like to help, please contact the church office at 763-427-5070.

Building and Grounds

This group of volunteers help with lawn care, shoveling and snow removal and painting our property and buildings. If you would like to help, please contact the church office at 763-427-5070.

Prayer Garden/Flower Gardens (Seasonal) 

Leader: Scott Hemken- Call Church office


Do you have a green thumb and want to help plant and maintain our beautiful gardens.


SOC Social Groups

Lutheran World Relief Quilters

Leaders: Ellen Johnson 763-355-4107

Laura VanKlei 763-427-3482

Help cut, tie or sew quilts for missions.  This group meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the Month from 9:00am to 2:30pm in the Fellowship Hall.  No experience necessary!
Contact leader for more information. (Doesn't not meet in summer May - Aug)

SOC Red Hatters

Leader: Teale Colston - 763-742-3832

This group is open to all adult women! They typically meet on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. These women get together to work on service projects for ACBC & CEAP food shelves, homeless children and other needs within in the Anoka/Hennepin Community. To get involved with this group please contact Teale.

Scrapbook/Craft Weekend

Leader: Teale Colston at 763-742-3832  

Need a break from the "world" and you like to scrapbook or work on other craft projects? Come join this group once a month for an overnight retreat at the church or come and go as your schedule permits. For more information please contact Teale.

Social Action Committee

Leader: Pastor Melissa Maltman -

763-427-5070  x213 

There are quite a few opportunities throughout the year to volunteer for various service projects or for donating food, clothing, gifts, school supplies and other items. Some of the organizations we help serve are CEAP and CROSS, Feed My Starving Children, Operation Christmas Child and Champlin Shores Senior Living.

The Family Advocate Program

Resources that are offered at the Community Corner include: The Family Advocate Program provides one to one help for individuals who need assistance with resources and family support services. Advocates assist families by providing resources and referrals including, but not limited to, the following: food, financial, child care, diapers, transportation, school connections, clothing, medical and dental services, parenting skills, budgeting, housing, assistance working with Hennepin County and social service providers, assistance with job search and more. Please click on the PDF below for more details about the services provided.


Crisis Resources Serving the Northwest Hennepin County Area

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