Local

These mission events are a chance to reach out into your very own community!

Live Love Serve {July 15 - 23}

Local Outreach & Evangelism 
Team Leader: Pastor Chad Lister

Cost: $0

Available Slots: Unlimited --- family friendly outreach!
Apply for this trip by clicking here.  

Live. Love. Serve. is the Creek's ongoing project to be salt and light in Wake Forest and surrounding communities by demonstrating the love of Christ through sacrificial service. Expressed primarily through projects organized by Creek small groups, Live. Love. Serve. is a public expression of our church's care for the people in our immediate neighborhoods and beyond. Ministry activities include a food drive, clothes drive and a FREE PIZZA THURSDAY.  Contact Pastor Chad Lister at chad@richlandcreek.com for more information.


Human Coalition

(A ministry to people and families experiencing unplanned pregnancies)

Local Outreach, Counseling, Support and Relational Evangelism 
Ministry Contact: Keith Anderson

If you desire to serve or volunteer to help those impacted by unplanned pregnancies, then this is a ministry for you.  Richland Creek Community Church partners with the Raleigh branch of Human Coalition in a variety of ways to minister to our local community in support of life.  Three key areas of support include volunteering with the Women's Care Clinic of Raliegh, short-term support of women and families in crisis, and financial support through 4000Steps and direct giving.  To inquire about more details, click this link: Human Coalition. Or to join the Richland Creek support team contact Keith Anderson at keitheterin@earthlink.net.


Prison Ministry


Men

Local Outreach, Counseling, and Evangelism 
Team Leader: Norm Curfman

God is doing a great work at a local detention center where many men desire to read and study God's word.  At this time, we need men who are ordained to ministry and are willing to spend time in Biblical counseling with prisoners through TV screens and to help insure delivery of Bibles to those who request one.  Some prisoners desire ongoing mentoring.  We pray for God to expand this ministry to other prisons, for new venues to make disciples in prison settings, and to further mentor men in life skills and thinking. To inquire for more details or to join the Richland Creek men's prison team contact Norm Curfman at ncurfman@nc.rr.com.