At Fellowship we believe that service is an essential part of a healthy community. In response to who God is and what he has done, we desire to serve one another, our neighbors and even people we will never meet--all in the name of Jesus Christ.
Here are a few ways to serve in the Bentonville community:
Based in Bentonville, Cobblestone Project works toward “A Community Without Need.” They identify issues of social justice, connect needs with willing resources, and fulfill needs with sustainable solutions all over Northwest Arkansas.
Community Kid's Closet is a nonprofit volunteer based ministry working for God in a partnership with public schools, churches, businesses and other organizations to provide new clothing to the elementary aged children of Northwest Arkansas.
Faith in Action is a volunteer-based organization providing homebound seniors with free non-medical services to help promote their independence, dignity and quality of life.
The friendship family program is designed to connect families with NWACC international students to help provide support, orientation, friendship, and assistance in getting acclimated to the region and the country.
Laundry Love Projects partner with local laundromats in cleaning the clothes of those persons living in shelters, motels, cars, garages, and on the streets.
Legacy Village is a nonprofit assisted living campus that strives to provide a safe and healthy environment for Elders. All volunteers are welcome and opportunities to serve range from spending time with the residents to washing windows.
Loving Choices Pregnancy Centers of NWA is here to provide counseling and limited medical services to those facing a crisis in reproductive health, such as an unplanned pregnancy or a sexually transmitted disease.
Samaritan Community Center is a grace-driven, non-profit organization offering a helping hand and providing guidance needed to navigate the path to emotional and physical healing.
At Samaritan House Fellowship, we see our church as a mission opportunity, made up of people of all walks of life. We are also a place where many people and families come to serve as their outreach by providing a meal, helping with our Children’s Ministry, driving the church van, and more.