We believe that serving together is a way for us to give back and experience community. We believe that everyone has something to offer. Fill out the form below to find out more ways about how you can serve on Sunday mornings at Campus Church.



We are having a food drive at Campus for Neighborhood Co-Op starting, Sunday, January 23-30. NCM has asked area churches to help fill their pantry, as they are in need of food. The co-op continues serving an average of 100 more families each month. Below is a list of items that are most needed. You can bring the food to the church through January 30 or drop the groceries off at the drive-thru from 12-2 PM the afternoon of the 30th. Thank you so much for showing uncommon generosity to the families in our Norcross neighborhood.


  • Fruit- standard size cans - variety
  • Peas
  • Carrots
  • Mac n Cheese (not requiring milk & butter)
  • Shampoo
  • Deodorant
  • Toothbrushes - 1, 2 and/ or 3 per pack



Neighborhood Cooperative Ministries (NCM)

NCM serves families in Norcross, Peachtree Corners, Doraville and Tucker through emergency assistance as well as many programs to help families.  Check out the many ways to help on their website  or call 770-263-0013

Corners Outreach

Corners Outreach is a ministry that focuses on helping student and families in the Norcross and Peachtree Corners neighborhoods.  There are after school homework clubs, Teen Mentoring opportunities, and other areas to help serve local families.  For more information:  

Helping Hands

This is a ministry of Campus Church that helps widowed and single women and men in our church with household repairs, cleaning, transportation, meals, and visits.  Contact Julie Onstott or Steve Gregory for more information  

Meadowcreek Elementary

Directly across the street from Campus Church is Meadowcreek Elementary School where you can volunteer to help assist in the parent resource room or help in the media center.  Contact Julie Williams for more information  

Project Kids Eat

A Campus Church ministry that helps families living in the local extended stay hotels who are considered homeless and area apartment complexes with meals for children and essential items in the summer.  At Christmas we also help with many essential items, Christmas stockings, gift cards and toys on the Saturday before Christmas.  Contact Julie Williams for more information  


Atlanta Inner City Ministry (AIM)

AIM serves the community of Lakewood Heights in downtown Atlanta.  There are many ways to be involved and help through weekly Bible studies, summer camp, recovery ministry and many more.  Please contact Bo Davenport ( for all the volunteer opportunities.

Fully Furnished Ministries

This is a ministry that provides furniture to families in the greater Atlanta area.  Volunteers are needed who enjoy restoring and helping move donated furniture.  Campus member Victor Reed volunteers with this ministry and can give further info or contact 

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