Everyone has been equipped by God in some way to serve the body. Everyone has strengths that need to be utilized and struggles that need to be cared for. We pair gifts, skills, and resources that people are willing to share with needs that arise within our church family. Let's share life together and let our love for Jesus be known by our love for one another.
If you have a story about navigating a difficult chapter in your life, a professional skill, or things that you will be willing to share, please let us know. If you need a professional skill, particular items, or the support of someone who has been through a similar season, let us know.
Look for the little sheets on Sunday mornings to fill-out your "haves" or "needs", or click here to fill-out the online form.
With questions, email Helen Boeve at Helen@moranpark.org.
We believe the purpose of the gift of prophecy is to encourage, edify and comfort the body as we do the work of the Kingdom. For many years, Moran Park Church has incorporated prayer and ministry times into our Sunday services. Now, we have an extended time of individual prophetic ministry after the Central Gathering. Our hope and prayer is that God will deeply and powerfully reveal His heart to His children in these times of ministry.
We will be ministering once a month, following the Central Gathering. For more information on what you can expect from this ministry time, or to sign up for ministry, please click here.
For any further questions, please email Staci Wykes at Staci@moranpark.org.
As a church, we take seriously the fact that God calls His church to pray. We offer several opportunities to pray as a body throughout the week. To submit a prayer request, click here.
Sunday Morning Prayer | Every Sunday, 9:00-9:30
This meeting's sole purpose is to intentionally cover the Sunday morning service in prayer, seek the Lord's heart for the morning, as well as covering the morning's teacher in prayer. Meet us in the center office space.
Noon Prayer | Every Wednesday, 12:15-12:45
Join us on your lunch break as we contend for the heart of Moran Park Church. This time is spent in a bit of worship, followed by seeking the Lord for more hunger, thirst and a heart of repentance over the church. Meet us in the center office space.
Missionary Prayer | 1st Sunday of the Month, 11:45-12:45
Join us to pray over the missionaries that we have sent out, or those who are being sent out soon. Meet us in the center office space.
Ministry partnerships are committed relationships between Moran Park and local organizations who are seeking to make disciples by meeting people's real needs. Below you will find our list of ministry partners and contact information for those who can help you get involved.
70x7 Life Recovery exists to restore dignity, purpose, and hope to those in the recovery community. 70x7 helps people who are reentering society after a life of incarceration, or individuals seeking help to find freedom from a life of drugs, alcohol, or other addictive habits.
All of this happens in the context of relationships. If you would like to help at 70x7 Life recovery contact Charlie VanDrunen at 616.796.0685, ext. 154.
The Holland Rescue Mission exists to help every man, woman and child that walks through their doors to overcome homelessness for good. They offer Biblically based programs and services to provide healing for transforming lives.
If you would like to help the Holland Rescue Mission make disciples, contact Jodi Stevens about the women/children's shelter at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Scott Klingberg about the men's shelter at email@example.com.
Network 1:27 is a group designed to support current foster/adoptive families. We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 6:30 to 8:00 in the church basement. We offer free childcare for the kids!
With questions or to get plugged in, email Kathy Andrlik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My House Ministry provides stable housing environments for women transition from shelter, rehab, or re-entry programs to independent living. They offer low-cost housing, discipleship, accountability and coordination of spiritual, mental, and emotional needs.
For more information about My House Ministry, or to explore ways you can come alongside them, call Nancy Haaser-Jones at 616-209-8513.