As part of our mission to help equip Christian ministries to serve their communities in impactful ways, Seed2Life offers outreach ministry plans to churches and community ministries. These plans were written and previously implemented by our team, proving impactful for both the church/ministry and those being served.
The goal with providing these ministry plans is to equip a church/ministry with a detailed, written plan and consulting for the first event, so they are able to continue the outreach themselves on-going.
Current Outreach Ministry Plan
Christmas Toy Store
In partnership with community resources, a Toy Store is set up that is inviting, warm, festive and fun. Parents who would otherwise struggle to provide Christmas gifts for their children, have the opportunity to ‘shop’ (free of charge) for age-appropriate gifts. As parents come to the Toy Store (without their children), they are greeted warmly and with dignity and love, offered prayer and encouragement, personally guided through the shopping experience, and provided the opportunity for their gifts to be wrapped before leaving. A team effort is made to build relationships, encourage, and invite back to church, Chrsitmas event, etc.
If you are interested in learning more about our Chrsitmas Toy Store Outreach Ministry Plan, please reach out to Brian Hetzer (Executive Director) via email – [email protected]
NOTE: planning for the Toy Store begins in July/August.
“Our Christmas Toy Store Outreach, in partnership with Seed2Life, was able to take care of 43 foster families (115 kids total) and provide needed gifts for their Christmas season. It is one of the most beautiful outreaches I have ever been a part of. Seeing these amazing parents come and find refuge through praying for each family personally, providing them with a Jeremiah’s drink along with a smile of support and then the chance to pick three toys for each child in their home was truly humbling. One family had over eight children! Eight foster kids who will have something to open on Christmas Day. I met a mom who has fostered 42 children in her lifetime. Her gratitude for allowing our church to provide her with some extra help in her budget. This outreach meant so much to her.”