Serving The Community We Live In

Community Church is passionate about this community! Our goal is not to be a great church in the community, but a great church for the community. We partner with multiple organizations, agencies, and other churches to serve those in need around us, just as Christ did!

The Community Church Care Store provides personal and household care items to people who need them free of charge. Men and women can come and shop for things like soap, shampoo, toilet paper, detergent, and other products provided through donations to the ministry.  For more information and ways to donate or volunteer, click here.

Kids Hope – As part of our outreach to the community, Community Church has partnered with a ministry called Kids Hope USA.  This is a national organization that is now 20 years old, active in 39 states and was created to help support children in the public schools.  Community church has partnered with Pullen and Mary McGuire Elementary Schools to help make a difference in the life of a child.  Following interview and training, mentors are partnered with one child and have a regular scheduled meeting time for one hour each week during the school day.  Mentors work on academic tasks as well as relationship building and having fun together.  Each partnership is backed by a prayer partner who regularly prays for the mentor and mentee.  As an added bonus to the ministry we have 5 parties that are scheduled in the evenings that bring mentors and mentees together for fun outside of the school day. If you would like more information about Kids Hope or would like to sign up to be a mentor, prayer partner, or part of the planning team please click here. For more information check our blog

Community Compassion Network (CCN) was birthed as a ministry of Community Church in 2005 after a staff member observed a mom and her children dumpster diving for food, right here in the Mt Pleasant area. More than a decade and many changes later, CCN still strives to fulfill their mission of Feeding Our Neighbors, Sharing Christ’s Love.

Information about Community Compassion Network can be found on their website,

Along with the help of many volunteers, CCN also packs and distributes 700 bags, twice monthly, to elementary schools for children involved with Nutrition Club.  The bags contain simple, often single serve packages and snacks that are easily prepared by the young children for their meals over the weekend.

CCN has recently accepted responsibility to provide the administrative and volunteer duties for the William Ellis Brockman Infant Pantry.  This initiative will provide baby formula, baby food and diapers for babies under two years of age. If you would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities at CCN, please visit our website

Isabella County Restoration House (ICRH)-Rotating Homeless Shelter operates a rotating shelter in partnership with local churches, businesses, agencies, and student groups. The organization’s long-term vision involves the development of a more comprehensive, cost-effective, and sustainable social services “Transformer” to move guests from homeless and invisible to independent and contributing community members. Their mission is ” to provide immediate, temporary housing to homeless individuals of all social and cultural identities in Isabella County and; To advocate for access to services needed by patrons to address their individual needs.”

If you would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities at ICRH, please visit our website at

Partner Ministries

In addition to our own initiatives for community outreach, Community Church has formed partnerships and provides support with organizations and ministries in Central Michigan. We encourage you to explore and support these local ministries as well.

Central Michigan Youth for Christ

Christian Counseling of Mid-Michigan

Community Compassion Network

Life Choices of Central Michigan

Young Life Mount Pleasant

Whatever your passion and gifting, Community Church will find a way to plug you into the right service opportunity to connect you not only with others in the church, but to this community.