Reaching Our World

From time to time throughout the year, Christians at Thrive will have opportunities to connect with and serve our neighbors and surrounding communities. Maybe you can't participate on a specific date, but you can still contribute items, supplies, or whatever else you can think of. We could use your help accomplishing any of the opportunities listed below:


Join us as we use our campus as a drive-thru to provide free coffee and prayer to our neighbors and our community in an effort to brighten up their Monday's. This outreach takes place every Monday from 7am to 9am (barring extreme weather).

Contribute items, sign up to come pray, or request updates on cancellations by clicking on the link below to email the coordinator:

I Can Help

"TRunk or treat"

Families from Thrive get together to host a "Trunk or Treat" for our neighbors and their kids. Instead of going door to door or trying to find the right neighborhood for kids to get candy, we opened up our campus to provide a single, safe place for a night of games, treats, and making new friends. It doesn't matter what night of the year it is, Christians have been sent to be a presence and share the truth.

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Have you ever met a homeless individual or someone in need? Handing them money may not be the best thing (or you simply don't have cash on you at the time), yet they clearly have needs. Their lips are chapped. They are hungry. They are thirsty. They are asking for help. So, how can you help?

Here is a simple idea … "Blessing Bags"

These bags can include non-perishable food items of your choice, hygiene items, and encouraging notes or scripture. You and your family can build some bags and keep them in your car, at the office, or in a special place in your home until the moment presents itself to bless someone in need.

Christians have been sent

Visiting another country is not what makes a Christ-follower a "missionary." The truth is that every single Christian is a missionary, sent by Jesus (Matthew 28:19-20; John 20:21) to reach our individual "mission fields", which are the relationships that we already have, as well as each person that we interact with every single day. How are you representing the kingdom of God today? Who are you praying for and telling about Jesus?