ShelterZion’s Core Values for Serving: Food, Shelter, Care for the Vulnerable, and Local & Global Missions
Zion’s Core Values for Serving guide who we are and how God is calling us to respond.
The core value for shelter means we serve those who are homeless and working for permanent shelter.
Zion is passionately committed to the plight of the homeless through a variety of community outreach programs.
Habitat for Humanity
Every summer a team of volunteers led by Bill Norquist and Sylvan Flaten set off for a site in the Twin Cities to build a house for a family in need. If you want to volunteer for this great ministry please contact Bill Norquist at: email@example.com.
Four times a year, Zion hosts up to four families for a week overnight. If you would like to volunteer to make dinner, set-up, or be a night host please contact Dulcie Campana at: firstname.lastname@example.org
HOPE 4 YOUTH
Zion provides financial support for Hope 4 Youth, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization located in Anoka, Minnesota that meets the basic needs of young people (ages 23 and under) experiencing homelessness in the north metro suburbs. Website: Hope 4 Youth
Zion partners with other area churches driving for Meals on Wheels and we take our turn every 6 weeks. There are 7 routes requiring a total of 35 volunteers each week.
Our next Family Promise hosting week is May 23-30. Because of COVID-19 families are being housed in local motels. Volunteers are still needed in many ways. Continue reading for more information and how you can help.
Children, Youth, and Family (CYF) programs are always in need of dedicated volunteers like YOU! If interested, please call 763-421-4656 or e-mail a CYF team member.
Every summer a team of Zion volunteers led by Bill Norquist and Sylvan Flaten set off for a Habitat for Humanity site in the Twin Cities to build a house for a family in need.
Category: Volunteer Opportunities