When Jesus taught about the kingdom of God, he upset power-hungry religious scholars by turning their value system upside down. He described the poor, the marginalized, the mourning and the persecuted as "blessed," he taught his followers to love and serve the down and out.
Mountain Park seeks to live out these kingdom values by sharing the Gospel as well as serving the poor and underprivileged in Phoenix and in the most God-starved parts of the world.
You can help us reach out to our community by volunteering on your own or with your family at one of the organizations listed below.
Location: 7221 E Belleview St, Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Contact: Greg Battle:
Purpose: To reduce homelessness in the greater Phoenix area by helping families become self sufficient through housing and support services.
Projects: Volunteers needed for various events.
Feed My Starving Children
From Gangs to Jobs
Location: 4007 E Apollo Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85042
Contact: Pastor Natividad Mendoza:
Purpose: Provide opportunities for young men to find hope and a positive future through caring relationships, skill building and job placement.
Projects: Mentor, teach classes, special projects
HOPE for the Homeless/CASS meals
Location: Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS) 230 S 12th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Contact: Tim Berry:
Purpose: Empower homeless individuals and families to become self-sufficient and effectively end their homelessness.
Projects: Prepare and serve meals every six weeks, lead recovery group
Location: 2707 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85008
Contact: Barb Leclerc-
Purpose: Provide services to the homeless, working poor, youth, addicted, elderly, abused
Projects: Various opportunities available such as bell ringers, kitchen and clerical workers
Phoenix Rescue Mission
Location: 1801 S 35th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85009
Contact: Phone: 602-346-3339 Website: phoenixrescuemission.org
Purpose: Vibrant and growing Christian Mission serving needy and homeless men, women and families in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area
Projects: Prepare and serve meals, office support
Contact: Phone: 602-253-9180 Website: sojournercenter.org
Purpose: Largest shelter in Arizona for women trying to escape domestic violence
Projects: Various opportunities available, Monday through Saturday 8am to 3pm, ages 12 and up
UMOM New Day Centers
Location: 3320 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85009
Contact: Phone: 602-275-4533 Website: umom.org
Purpose: Homeless shelter for women and children
Projects: Painting and maintenance, sort clothes, mentor teens, read to children and numerous other opportunities