Serving The Church

Made to Serve

Most of us want to be a part of something bigger than ourselves that is making a difference. We also want to know how to get involved in a way that is easy and is sustainable. At Journey we want you to help us make a difference and we want you to connect with others who are doing the same. It’s easy to start serving at Journey. Click the link below to email us letting us know which areas you are interested in

 * music * small group leading/hosting *  hospitality *  children  *youth * prayer ministry * greeters *

 We will make contact with you so you can start serving as soon as possible. We will also talk with you about your spiritual gifts and invite you to take an assessment so you can be energized by your service.

We look forward to partnering with you!

Are you looking to get more involved in making a practical difference in the world? Communities are changed by relationships developed among the people in that community. In our missions work, we build and support relationships that inspire change. Here are some great organizations that are making a significant difference through relief and restoration efforts while they share the love of Christ.

Organizations We Love



Jocelyn White |


Throughout the developing world, fear of violence is part of everyday life for the poor. The poorest are so vulnerable because their justice systems – police, courts and laws – don’t protect them from violent people. According to the United Nations, justice systems in the developing world are so broken that the majority of poor people live life “far from the law’s protection.” In nearly 20 communities throughout the developing world, IJM protects the poor from violence by partnering with local authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthening justice systems.

Join us in sponsoring our IJM field office in Bangalore, India!



Gail Griffith |

Human trafficking and child sexual exploitation are often viewed as overseas problems. However, these nightmares exist here in the Valley. The average age of entry for children who are victims of child sex trafficking in our country is 13 years old. Our mission is to transition adolescent girls from trauma to triumph. StreetLightUSA implements its mission through a three-tier strategy of Awareness, Prevention, and Direct Care.

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Tami Cox |

Tailgate specializes in bringing hope to the helpless and love to the underprivileged on the streets of Phoenix. Our mission is to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the homeless by building relationships through various service projects.



Joel Thurston |

The Voice of the Martyrs is a nonprofit, interdenominational Christian missions organization dedicated to serving our persecuted family worldwide through practical and spiritual assistance and leading other members of the body of Christ into fellowship with them.



Chris Gustason |

Arizona 1.27 is a church-based movement aimed at engaging the Arizona Child Welfare System. Arizona 1.27 was born out of a response to the current foster care crisis but is built to be a long-term solution for our state’s most vulnerable children and their families.


The Hope Effect

Joe Darago |

Many kids age out only to face a future of crime, prostitution, or trafficking.

The Hope Effect is changing orphan care by providing solutions that mimic the family. Two-parent, family-style homes provide an opportunity for each child to flourish and thrive. Access to health, dental, and social care are provided while each child is prepared for the future through education, responsibility, support and the structure that parents were designed to provide.