Volunteer

We agree with long time Gospel-laborer John Perkins when he states, “Serving is not a means to an end; service itself is the high, dignified calling to which the gospel aspires and to which men and women captured by the gospel aspire.”

Much of our success over the past two decades is because our volunteers are committed to developing positive, long-term, healthy relationships in our community. Through specific programming and outreach, Central Detroit Christian and thousands of volunteers continue to see communities, homes, and lives transform. Join us as we create a community of choice in central Detroit.

Serving is not a means to an end; service itself is the high, dignified calling to which the gospel aspires and to which men and women captured by the gospel aspire.
John Perkins

Individual

Countless men and women sacrificially, steadfastly, and faithfully dedicate their time, energy, abilities, and resources to make a difference in our neighborhood. Much of our programming and year-round work projects happen because volunteers have come alongside our community to address problems and build a brighter future together. We strive to create an atmosphere of humble, healthy, and relational volunteering for those who join our team.

If you’re interested in volunteering please download the application, fill it out and send it to ngangwer@nulldetcdc.org.

Whatever you are, be a good one.
Abraham Lincoln

Group

Whether a college group on Spring Break or a church group in the summer, group volunteer teams have a great potential to make an enormous impact. By attacking a work project, helping out with our Summer Day Camp, or doing both groups are able to accomplish incredible things when they join hands with our community. Short-term teams play an essential role in developing our neighborhood, and it is our hope to develop them to be committed to life-long acts of love and service.

Contact: Nate Gangwer, email: ngangwer@nulldetcdc.org

It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.
Aristotle

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