Make Mercy a Habit

Jump right in! Start a new habit and get involved in a variety of service opportunities alongside our Mercy Project collaborators.

Opportunities to be involved for everyone in the family!

There are always ways to get involved, inside and outside of the church! You’ll see a few specifics ways listed or you can reach out to our staff and we’ll help you find other ways to serve, specifically!


At Mission Southside there are many ways for you or your family to plug in and use your time, treasure or talent. Sign up to bring a group to one of our open serve nights and pack backsnacks, sort donations, deliver furniture or any of the many projects we have going on. Sign up for a service project like a neighborhood food blitz, toy drive, diaper drive, or blanket drive.


When you’re in a difficult place and need a friend, to whom do you turn? Advice & Aid Pregnancy Centers is an understanding friend to women facing an unplanned pregnancy. We want to be the first place a woman turns to for emotional, practical and spiritual support. And you can help!


Serving our neighbors in the 5 mile radius, the Salvation Army Outpost at College Church is available 3 days a week for our community as a resource for groceries, diapers, toiletries, and even individual prayer. This crucial ministry is an on-going expression, extending Mercy to those who find themselves in need. We are always in need of volunteers to organize and shop for families, as well as take a moment to pray with them as they leave. Learn more and get involved!


This heart of the partnership at the Millbrooke apartments is all about relationships! Our desire is to spend time and invest relationally with our friends and neighbors who live in this community, through consistent Bible studies for families and kids, time spent on the playground at Central Elementary, and a partnership with the school to strengthen reading and after school ministry in the neighborhood.

We’d love to have you join us!


Food insecurity plagues our community, no different that it does communities around the country. Partnering with some of our Title 1 schools and Harvesters, we can make a dent in that! Every other week, we fill and distribute groceries that sustain students and families when they don’t have the option for free and reduced lunch.


Shepherd’s Care Ministries (SCM) began as a Christian ministry in 2003 with the vision of helping single mothers with one or more dependent children find their way to independent living. This great partner is always looking for mentors, coaches,