Start To Serve
START TO SERVE CLASS
- What are spiritual gifts?
- How could I discover what mine might be?
- Does SMCC really need me?
SERVE AT SMCC
We are passionate about teaching children about Jesus in a creative, high-energy manner that kids LOVE!
We create an authentic atmosphere where students from any background can discover what it means to be a fully devoted and fully delighted follower of Jesus Christ.
We produce a relevant worship environment through live music, video, stage managing, or lighting, that is comfortable and inviting.
We welcome, inform, and serve every person who attends our church. Our goal, in every interaction with our guests, is to exceed their expectations of hospitality.
We serve up a welcoming, friendly atmosphere one cup at a time.
We use our skills to ensure that administration is accomplished to support our church's mission.
We maintain inviting and comfortable environments by ensuring our facilities are lovingly maintained.
We serve diverse families by investing in the kids of refugees, immigrants, and the American poor through various programs throughout the year. Contact Suzy Wiebe:
Holding Out HELP provides those who come from a polygamous culture the resources needed to transition from isolation to independence. Please visit our website to see current needs and volunteer opportunities.
Contact Kristy Gower:
good news jail & prison ministry
The work of Good News Jail & Prison Ministry is to plant and build the church of Jesus Christ from within prison. We meet for weekly
Contact Mac Saunders:
We serve the homeless of the Salt Lake
Contact Mac Saunders:
ST GEORGE SOUP KITCHEN
SMCC serves at the St. George Community Soup Kitchen on the 2nd Thursday of each month.
To Volunteer, contact Trish Laws:
We make PBJ sandwiches and distribute them to the homeless in downtown Salt Lake. We meet the third Sunday of the month at SMCC Draper Campus.
Contact: Wendy Starling:
Healing Nations facilitates short-term mission teams for SMCC to accomplish hands-on compassion projects with our partners in Haiti and Guatemala. They also provide medical specific mission opportunities to Guatemala twice a year in January and July. For more information on upcoming trips, email
HIS HANDS SUPPORT MINISTRIES (
haiti and guatemala)
His Hands Support Ministries’ goal is to connect sponsors with children who need help with school costs in the developing world. Their sponsorship programs in Haiti and Guatemala run in tandem with SMCC’s partnerships in those countries. Your sponsorship of $35 a month provides a child with a uniform, tuition, and a daily meal. All funds are used for those purposes. To sponsor a child, visit their website by clicking on the title above.
Contact Jamie Charles: