Mission is both an attribute and a fundamental activity of God. In Jesus, God became one of us, and through the Holy Spirit, God is active in the world, changing hearts and lives.

Imagine what our families, church, and community would be like if we all had an attitude of service.

Whether you have a little or lots of time to serve, consider making the kind of impact that only you can make with God's uniquely given gifts.


“I did not come to be served but to serve.”

 – Matthew 20:28 –

Mission Trips

We are called to serve our neighbors both in our community and around the world. When we give our time and things away to those in need, asking nothing in return, we do as Jesus would.

We join in mission so that God can shape us into the people we are called to be.

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Kindling Ministry


Share the spirit of Christ with a random act of love in your community. Whatever you spend, we'll reimburse 50 percent of the cost, for acts up to $200. You can upload your receipt from your phone! Buy somebody's groceries, tip a server extra, bring flowers to a neighbor, or act however you feel led in the moment.



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4 Corners

4 Corners is the global outreach ministry of St. Andrew. Working through local governments and agencies, and at the invitation of the local community in need, 4 Corners is helping local communities build and sustain primary care clinics in locations which have inadequate or no access to basic medical services.

4 Corners Global Outreach operates Clínica Emanuel in the remote village of Jabuy, Costa Rica, providing medical care to the Cabécar people.

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The Storehouse of Collin County

The number of those needing a helping hand in Collin County is more significant than most imagine and is on the rise. The Storehouse saw these needs, and we opened our doors in 2009. We serve the community by providing food through Seven Loaves food pantry, clothing for families through Joseph’s Coat, and counseling and mentoring to women in crisis through Project Hope. We serve Until There is No More Need.

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When you volunteer or visit the food pantry, you discover it's more than a service – it's a family.


Jasmin was 25, in the darkest place she'd ever been, and needing to find an answer like her life depended on it. Project Hope stepped in and offered light.

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