EnGage: RCC reaches out to Gage Elementary School students, listening to kids read, and tutoring in various subjects. RCC volunteers also prepare weekend food backpacks Wednesday afternoons.
Family Promise/Interfaith Hospitality Network: This collaboration between member churches provides a safe place to stay for homeless families. RCC Volunteers host families in our church building four weeks each year.
Next Chapter Ministries: This organization provides support for families of prisoners, programs for children and youth that have been impacted by crime, and ministry in the local juvenile detention center.
Camp Victory: Camp Victory is a non-denominational Christian camp and retreat center in Zumbro Falls. Located on 200 acres of forested, rolling hills and the beautiful Zumbro River. Camp Victory offers a peaceful, natural setting for retreats and summer camp for kids and summer day camp options.
New Life Family Services: At New Life Family Services, we compassionately open our doors and our hearts to women and men who believe abortion is the “only” solution to an unplanned pregnancy. Through practical and spiritual counsel, we provide education and support with the hope each client will make a life-affirming decision for their unborn child.
MN Adult & Teen Challenge: Our mission is to assist teens and adults in gaining freedom from chemical addictions and other life controlling problems by addressing their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Team Rochester:TEAM Rochester partners together with volunteers, churches and organizations in the Rochester area to pursue positive spiritual transformation in our social, economic, civic, and life of faith. It’s our desire to encourage followers of Jesus Christ in greater Rochester to serve together in unity and spirit.
Green Garden Program: Each summer, Rochester Covenant shares part of its property with Channel One Regional Food Bank for their Green Garden program. Garden plots help families supplement their food budgets with fresh produce. About 80% of the families who use the program are immigrants and refugees who planted large gardens in their home countries.