We believe that you are never more like Jesus than when you are serving others. At Journey, we are constantly reminding disciples of Jesus to be His hands and feet where you live, work, study, play, and shop. Every believer has the great privilege and responsibility to saturate our city with the gospel.
If you are ready to act on what God is telling you — whether as individuals or as an MC — check out the list of opportunities below. Once you have decided where you would like to serve, click the button below to let us know. Someone on our team will communicate with you shortly.
Alliance of Disability Advocates
Alliance works to enable people with disabilities to fully participate in their communities and helps them solve day-to-day problems that interfere with independent living. We serve people with any disability and their families in Raleigh-Durham and the surrounding area. Volunteers are needed to assist and serve in a variety of ways.
Offering hope for cancer patients, survivors, family members and care givers. Reaching out to those in our community impacted by cancer.
Christian Library International
Advancing Christ’s light in prisons. CLI provides free Christian books and Bibles to help the imprisoned grow in their faith. We also remember them through personal and encouraging letters, Bible studies and discipleship.
Church in the Woods
We partner with multiple churches and organizations to serve lunch to those in need in the Fuquay area each Wednesday. Journey specifically serves the 4th Wednesday of each month. Contact Kim if you are interested in helping.
East Wake Middle School
Partnering with teachers and students at East Wake Middle School.
Fare To Share
Helping provide meals for those in need by preparing food and returning to be stored in our Journey freezers, therefore available as needed.
Tom & Joanne Morin
Food Bank of Eastern NC
Every day, Food Bank volunteers make a tangible contribution to our communities. There are many ways to get involved with the Food Bank.
Habitat for Humanity
Volunteering with Habitat Wake’s Construction, the ReStore, or Home Preservation provides a fun, hands-on opportunity for individuals and groups to support Habitat’s mission and build your skills, your relationships, and your community.
Healing Transitions has been providing peer driven long term residential services since January of 2001. Journey Church partners by providing transportation and a hot meal. Visit the website and click the “get involved” page to see how you can serve and help empower people who are homeless and suffering from substance use issues.
Helping Hand Mission
Interested in serving on a Saturday? Call to check availability and to coordinate.
Hope in the Streets
Providing hope to all those in need by sharing the love of Jesus. We are building relationships, serving homemade food, filling requests for personal needs and most importantly, opening the door to share the Gospel. Meeting each Saturday and Sunday in the Journey parking lot at 7:30 to serve in downtown Raleigh and returning around 9:00am.
We have developed marketing outreaches, women’s care clinics, and cultural influences to end abortion city by city. Find out what’s happening in Raleigh by visiting our website to find specific, tangible ways that you can get involved.
International Christian Adoptions
International Christian Adoptions works to promote and secure the emotional, spiritual and physical welfare of children who have been victimized, abandoned or persecuted; found in the streets, war zones, government run institutions, refugee camps or family homes.
Joanne Morin (Journey Church Representative)
Iron Academy exists in order to shape Christian boys into exceptional, biblically-grounded young men who are maximally developed for a life of leadership, self-discipline, and service.
Journey R3 Disaster Team
Partnering with Samaritan’s Purse, we are a team of people who meet the immediate needs of home owners displaced by natural disasters.
Leonard Van Houten
Medical missions in Columbia, Guatemala, Honduras, and Uganda. Check back for specific needs and how you can get involved.
Mercy for America’s Children
Mercy for America’s Children is a North Carolina based non-profit group advocating on behalf of children awaiting adoption in the US Foster Care System by educating the public about the benefits of foster care adoption, reforming the adoption process, connecting waiting children to potential adoptive families and supporting them through their adoption journey.
Paige Triplett and Valerie Robbins
Neighbor To Neighbor Outreach
We are called to cultivate life-changing relationships resulting in communities of hope, justice, and compassion. Visit our “volunteer” page on our website for more information about how you can help make a difference.
Note in the Pocket
We provide clothing to impoverished and homeless schoolchildren in Wake County. Note In The Pocket believes that it is unacceptable that children are limited in their educational and social development because they do not have appropriate clothes for school. Through our partnerships with schools, agencies, individuals, businesses and foundations, we clothe children with dignity and love.
Oak City Academy
Oak City Academy is a private school in Raleigh, seeking to transform the urban community through an education that teaches children how to learn, innovate, and add value. OCA is also building a community in which urban and suburban children and families value one another for who they are, lock arms to address needs in the community, and share resources so that every member of the community flourishes. OCA provides up to 90% scholarships to at least 50% of its students in order to empower families and put an excellent education in the reach of the urban community.
Players2Pros is just as much about changing lives as it is about sports. P2P doesn’t just train our athletes on how to play football, we teach our athletes how to “Play On Purpose”, and win! From middle school record breakers, high school stat dominators to D1 playmakers, we don’t waste talent!
Raleigh Dream Center
Raleigh Dream Center exists to bring hope and restoration for all people including those who are isolated and disconnected from God or from society. One of the primary ways that RDC makes a difference in the city is through the “adopt a block” program. This is a great opportunity for a missional community to partner with and serve those who are less fortunate in the city of Raleigh.
Raleigh Rescue Mission
Journey partners with the Raleigh Rescue Mission on the 2nd Saturday of each month to provide food to those in need. Men 18 and older are welcome and encouraged to participate in this wonderful service opportunity.
Safe Families Raleigh
Safe Families for Children is a movement that connects the children of parents in distress with a community of volunteers who are fueled by compassion to keep children safe and families intact. Volunteers serving as Host Families, Family Friends, Resource Friends, or Family Coaches create a family-like network of support for families in crisis while they get back on their feet.
Michelle Schneider (Journey Church Representative)
Shepherd’s Table Soup Kitchen
To provide a mutual ministry between the people of the Raleigh area – those who have and those who have not – by providing food obtained by donation and served by volunteers. In this manner, the true spirit of communion, that of sharing God’s gifts with God’s people, can be carried out in a caring and non-judgmental atmosphere.
The Center for Volunteer Caregiving
The Center for Volunteer Caregiving engages the community in providing volunteer services such as cleaning, shopping and transportation to help improve the lives of seniors, caregivers and adults with disabilities.
The Salvation Army
Through numerous assistance programs and services, the Salvation Army of Wake County offers help, comfort and hope during those times of darkness. Providing food, clothing, shelter and more, we welcome every man, woman and child in the name of Christ.
To provide a genuine and loving community for girls to know the love of Jesus and find their secure identity in Him. Volunteer opportunities consist of mentoring, hosting parties for girls and teaching biblical curriculum.
United States Veterans Corps
We are a Corps of military Veterans, spouses, dependents and patriotic citizens performing “Hands On” community service with a mission/deployment attitude! Check our website for specific needs and opportunities to get involved.
Wake County Human Services
Kristin George (Journey Church Representative)
Wake Forest Baptist Church Community Connections Garden
Our mission is to connect people to their neighbors, the land, and God by using sustainable agriculture to provide fresh, local food for the hungry. We welcome you to come be a part of this great opportunity and mission in our community.
Welcome Home Project
In cooperation with the US Committee For Refugees and Immigrants NC Chapter, the Welcome Home Project turns empty apartments for arriving refugee families into warm and welcoming homes. The project includes securing furniture and household items and setting up the items in a home for an arriving refugee family.
Car donations, purchase a used car, volunteer your time and skills or make a cash donation.
919-832-1941 ext. 229
With Love From Jesus
We are an Evangelical outreach to the needy community in Raleigh, NC. and surrounding areas. Our goal is to minister to the spiritual needs as well as physical needs of those individuals we serve each week.