Opportunities to Serve Locally

 

 

Passageways Ltd.

Veterans Home & Hospice Facility

Passageways is a non-profit organization in west Wichita that was started by two members of Ascension. Passageways is a living center designed to provide US veterans with housing in a caring and comfortable environment.

University Ministry

Wichita State University (WSU) Lutheran Student Center (LSC) is a local missional partner at one of the univeristies in Wichita.  The LSC is a campus ministry owned and operated by area LCMS churches. The LSC mission is to share the love of Jesus Christ by outreach, education, and leadership development with university students.

New Leaf Book Mercantile

Recycling Donations

​Union Rescue Mission's New Leaf Book Mercantile turns donated books, CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes and more into jobs for the uneployed, meals for the hungry and life-altering services for homeless men. Bring you no-longer-wanted items to the New Leaf donation bin in the Tyler Campus PAC.

Soup Kitchen

The Lord’s Diner serves an evening meal 365 days a year. A small paid staff, assisted by more than 6,000 volunteers representing many faiths and denominations, prepare and serve a hot nutritious meal in a spirit of compassion, respect, and loving service. The Lord’s Diner is currently serving an average of 2,500 meals nightly at two dining facilities (one in downtown Wichita and one in south Wichita) and via two food trucks (one in northwest Wichita and one in southeast Wichita), to any guest who needs a nutritious meal, 60 percent of which are families.

Food Pantry/Clothing/Shelter

Each month Ascension supports the local United Methodist Open Door Ministry by collecting food items. This ministry provides nutritionally balanced emergency food assistance and  is the largest community-wide, food-box program in the area.

 

Items are collected in the yellow bin outside the Tyler Campus church office. To see what items are being collected see the Church News Emails and the Weekly Bulletin.

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Information last updated 03.24.15