Missions Partner Volunteer Opportunities


Embrace has been serving the Wichita community since 1985 by offering free pregnancy tests, limited sonograms, STD testing and more! The biggest volunteer need is for men and women to serve as peer counselors for clients experiencing an unexpected pregnancy. Peer counselors share the love of Christ with clients by offering support and resources in their pregnancy decision. This three-hour a week position requires client advocate training, provided by Embrace. For more information see our website or contact Raquel for an application at rmoeder@embracewichita.org


Serve at The Lord's Diner

Fourth Fridays (Broadway location)

Serve our city's homeless with a group of other Eastminster volunteers. You must have a food handler's license. Contact Andrea MacCorkle at macchome@gmail.com.

2017 Food Handler Class Schedule >>


Youth Horizons

Eastminster’s newest supported US/Local Missions ministry is looking for Eastminster folks who are interested in mentoring children between the ages of 5 and 17 in Christ-centered matches. Options include meeting once a week to hang out together for a couple of hours or meeting with a middle schooler at Coleman Middle School (other middle schools also need mentors). Please e-mail Judith Wencel at jwencel@successinthemiddle.org for more information. Click here to see the children waiting for a Youth Horizons mentor >>


Community-Based Mentor

Meet once a week with a child from a single-parent family for encouragement.

School-Based Mentor

Meet once a week for a year with a student at a school (especially Coleman near 13th & Rock)
Contact Tim Rorabaugh at tim@youthhorizons.net


YoungLife Wichita

Volunteer Group Leaders and small-group or one-on-one mentors are needed to meet with middle school or high school age students and share the love of Jesus. Contact megkice@icloud.com for more information.


Facebook: Young Life Wichita



Campus Ministry Networks


Prayer partners needed to commit to praying for Coleman Middle School's Campus Ministry Network group. (You will get updates with specific needs).
Contact Keith Malcom at campusministrynetwork.org.






HopeNet Getting Ahead Volunteers

Become an Advocate

HopeNet Advocates assist us with client care. They help welcome our clients and create a safe environment for each person. They are the first glimpse of hope that a client hears on the phone and the first friendly face the client will see. Advocates volunteer weekly or biweekly during normal business hours. Advocates are interviewed to ensure the role is a good fit.


Event Volunteer

Our Event Volunteers help us prepare and execute a variety of events throughout the year. The tasks of an Event Volunteer vary and can include greeting, party planning, registration, refreshments, etc. Event Volunteers can participate in all events or just once a year.


Special Projects

Our Special Project Volunteers help with a variety of different small projects throughout the year including office tasks, organizing storage closets, event preparations, holiday meals for clients, etc. These volunteers are scheduled on an as needed basis and generally help once or twice a year.


Prayer Team

HopeNet understands the power of prayer in our lives as well as the lives of clients. The Prayer team is made up of devoted prayer warriors that lift HopeNet to the Lord daily.

If you are interested in volunteering or learning more about a specific volunteer opportunity, please email info@hopenetwichita.org


Food Service at Union Rescue Mission

First Wednesdays of the month, 6:45 to 8 p.m.

You have an opportunity to serve food to those staying at the Union Rescue Mission at 2800 N. Hillside. There is no long term commitment – just choose one of the following dates to offer your service: March 4, April 5, May 6 – any upcoming first Wednesday.  All you need to have is your food handlers license from the City and be 18 or older. If you are available to serve and want to be a part of this ongoing ministry, contact Marcia Davis at 634.0337, ext. 231, or mdavis@eastminster.org.  


Central Kansas Prison Ministry

Central Kansas Prison Ministry is an organization for the purpose of training Christian volunteers to work in area Kansas Correctional Facilities and County Jails. More information and volunteer forms are available at www.ckpm.org.



· Christian paperback books for the library at the Butler County Jail.
· Yarn and fabric for the inmate sewing projects at the El Dorado Facility.
· Study reference books in hardback.  These can include: concordances, commentaries, and studies.
Please bring donations to the Missions office.



You can mentor an inmate through CKPM's mentorship training and program. Click here for all the details.


Iasis Academy of Excellence

Tutors for Academy of Excellence

Help students K-8th with homework on Wednesdays 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. at 1914 E 11th. Email Nicolette Ellison at nicolettewarren87@gmail.com.



Help Iasis Impact Zone students with homework, basic skills over lunch at their school (Spaght Elementary, Truesdell and Wilbur Middle Schools, mostly).


Mentor Iasis Impact Zone students over lunch at their school (usually Spaght, Truesdell or Wilbur) or at Iasis (1914 E 11th). MEN ESPECIALLY NEEDED for matching with students who might be interested in your career or field of study (if college student).
Email Judith Wencel at jwencel@successinthemiddle.org.

Facebook: The Academy of Iasis



Help in the Iasis community garden once a week from spring to fall.


Urban Young Life


Help high school students with homework alternate Thursdays 5 – 6 p.m. Email Nicolette Ellison at nicolettewarren87@gmail.com.

Odd Jobs

High school students are looking for odd jobs to raise funds to attend camp. Email Megan Kice at megkice@icloud.com


Facebook: Urban Young Life Wichita

International Students, Inc.

English Conversation

Help with English conversation groups on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. – noon.



Invite international students to dinner. E-mail Norm Allen at normallen64@gmail.com

Friendship Partner

Become a "Friendship Partner" to a WSU international student. Meet three or four times a month.

Friendship partners are needed, especially men. (A significantly higher percentage of international students are male).

Assist with or provide food for an outreach event to international students.


Westminster Woods

Facebook: Westminster Woods Camp




Campus Kids Ministry


Help with Bible Clubs at Circle Greenwich (Wednesdays from 3:25 – 5 p.m.) and Washington Elementary (Mondays from 4:15 – 5:30 p.m.). 2015 year ends mid-April but help is needed until then.
Facebook: Campus Kids Ministries Inc






Local Missions Events


Saturday, June 30, 3 – 6 p.m.; 1914 E 11th St N
We are honored that Eastminster could partner with Iasis in helping get their center ready for its grand opening! And now we have another opportunity to serve. The grand opening will include a neighborhood carnival, and you can help by setting up... Read More >>