Serve One Another
Find ways to connect by serving in any of the following NorthPark Missions:
REVERSE FOOD TRUCK
The Reverse Food Truck (RFT) is a food drive on wheels, furthering NorthPark’s mission to put hunger in the rear-view mirror. Rather than serving food, our food truck does the opposite by collecting donations, both non-perishable and monetary, for our community partners like Vickery Meadow Food Pantry.
100% of your contribution goes toward reversing hunger in Dallas!
CASA DE VIDA
NorthPark’s respite program for caregivers of loved ones diagnosed with dementia, including Alzheimer's, being cared for at home.
Casa de Vida provides four hours of respite on Wednesdays. Open to persons of all faiths, races and ethnicities, Casa de Vida offers a breather to the caregiver, an opportunity to run errands, visit friends, shop, or just go home for quiet time.
Together with the Reverse Food Truck, SoulFood Greenhouse furthers the church's mission to put hunger in Dallas in the rear-view mirror by providing pesticide-free tomatoes for clients of the Vickery Meadow Food Pantry and other hunger relief agencies, as harvests allow.
CANCER PILLOW MINISTRY
NorthPark's Cancer Pillow Ministry make pillows for Presbyterian Hospital’s recovering cancer patients.
Many cards and notes of appreciation arrive at the church. A few excerpts read: "It has been my constant companion," says Ellen. "You're so special to use your time in making these pillows that are so very useful,"says Dianne.
The group meets the first Tuesday of each month from 9:30 to 11:30 AM in the Small Dining Room. All are welcome, no prior sewing experience required.
Questions? Contact us here.
ANGEL FOOD MINISTRY
NorthPark's Angel Food Ministry helps feed the needy in our community and our church family.
The group meets at the church and utilizes NorthPark's kitchen for prep work, cooking and storing home-cooked, freezer-ready meals.
Questions? Contact Marilyn Daily.
FIRST RESPONDERS BREAKFAST
NorthPark welcomes first responders and anyone who wants to enjoy a homemade breakfast. Stop by for breakfast and say thank you to those who support us every day.
The event happens the second Saturday of each month from 7:00 - 9:00 AM in Fellowship Hall. All are welcome!
Questions? Contact Ken Knotts.
Mission Benevolence Grants are by invitation only. Organizations interested in applying for funding are welcome to submit a letter of inquiry to Rev. Nicole Bates.
The Mission Committee prioritizes organizations whose programs strengthen community and improve lives, and whose work aligns with NorthPark’s mission priorities, commitments, and impact areas.
Learn more here.