Each person can change a life. Each year, over 10% of Tri-Village's annual budget goes to missions and outreach. Below is list of areas in which you can volunteer. If an individual is listed under the area, feel free to contact him or her to become involved. If no contact info is listed, email
to begin serving.
Heartbeats is a life-affirming pregnancy center located in Newark, Ohio. Visit www.heartbeats.org for more info. Multiple volunteer opportunities are available.
Inner City Ministries
Help serve meals once a quarter at a homeless shelter as well as assist in collecting clothing and hygiene products as needed. Tri-Village is involved with several inner city organizations including Faith Mission and Shining Starz.
Contact: Jeanette Blair ( )
LEADS is a local organization that offers food, clothing, affordable housing, home repair, and assistance to many families in need. Volunteers are always need to help work in the local center and clothing pantry.
Contact: Sharon Balaban ( ).
Lifeline Christian Mission
For more than 30 years, Lifeline Christian Mission in Westerville, Ohio, has been restoring hope by meeting the physical and spiritual needs of people around the world while involving people from the United States and Canada in the ministry work of fulfilling the Great Commission. Visit www.lifeline.org for a complete list of serving opportunities.
Contact: Dana Krahel ( )
As Tri-Village grows, additional trips (both local and international are being planned). Stay involved by either joining a current mission trip in the works or by helping to plan a new one.
This consists of helping coordinate communications and support to Tri-Village's numerous missions and missionaries. If you have skills in administration or communication, this would be a great area in which to serve.
This is one of Tri-Village's largest mission fields. We seek to make a difference in the lives of students, teachers, and all employees of the local school district(s). Opportunities include but aren't limited to helping in a reading program, annual cookie-drive, working on the facilities of schools (i.e. painting), school supply drives, and partnering with teachers to meet weekly needs in their classrooms.
Tri-Village offers several special events (i.e. Schoolapalooza and Trunk or Treat) throughout the year that are "larger" in nature. These events are always looking for volunteers and individuals willing to help with administrative details. Tri-Village is also always looking to how to make a bigger impact in the community.
Wednesday Serve (2nd & 4th Wednesdays)
Consider joining this group if you would be interested in working on a regular basis to help with local outreach projects. Often, the group may meet at the church organizing supplies for local organizations. Other times the group goes out to meet needs in the community.
Angel Tree, Operation Christmas Child, and Baby Bottle Drive are just a few organizations and causes that Tri-Village participates in annually. If you would have an interest in either helping with a collection drive or have an idea on how to make a difference, contact .