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iServe Community Partners

Want to serve locally?

Want to serve locally but not sure where to begin? We partner with the following local organizations in a variety of ways. Our goal is to connect people to service opportunities where North Metro has formed an on-going relationship. Click on the links below to learn more.


Lawrenceville Co-Op

The Lawrenceville Cooperative Ministry has been serving the citizens of Gwinnett County, Georgia since 1995. They are a Christian organization that seeks to care for those in need in the Lawrenceville and Dacula communities. The Lawrenceville Co-op assists by providing food, personal care items and connections to other helping resources. One of their primary goals is to help clients become fully responsible for themselves.



StreetWise is committed to helping people who are struggling get the support they need to rebuild their lives and function independently. They provide food assistance and other resources to help people stabilize their lives, improve their environment, and move into a state of well-being and self-sufficiency.


Creative Enterprises

Creative Enterprises provides employment opportunities along with social and life skills training to individuals with disabilities. This is accomplished through on and off-site work training, job placement assistance, educational programs and community involvement events; along with a variety of additional resources.


Home of Hope

Home of Hope provides services for homeless children along with their young mothers. They also provide care and services for homeless girls aging out of the foster care system at 18 years of age. Home of Hope provides customized “Life Plans” that are designed around the physical, emotional and educational needs of our kids, while helping Mom get a plan of action to get back on her feet.


Nothing But The Truth

Nothing but the Truth builds community by building relationships. It may be something as simple as sharing a meal together at one of their Life Group gatherings or welcoming someone by name. It may be providing food for the weekend for our most vulnerable children. It might be sitting down and reading with a student who is struggling. Whatever they do, Noting But the Truth aims to do it with the same love Jesus offered because we know that kind of love changes everything.


Obria Medical Clinic

Obria is a non-profit faith-based ministry which exists for the benefit of women and their children, both born and unborn, as well as to the fathers who wish to be involved. They strive to meet the needs of women at risk of an unintentional or crisis pregnancy, with the full affirmation of the sanctity of human life and marriage.


PADV Women's Shelter

Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV) works to end the crime of intimate partner violence by providing professional, compassionate and empowering support to battered women and their children in the Metro Atlanta area.


Quinn House

The Quinn House is a multi-task, non-profit Outreach Operation that assists hundreds of people in Gwinnett County and in other areas of the State through their food bank, thrift store, residential program, and other outreach projects. 


Eagle Ranch

Eagle Ranch is a Christian-based children’s home for up to 66 boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 18. The Ranch is a multi-faceted center – a home, a school and a counseling center – where children live for a season of their lives while their families learn to put their lives back together again.


Special Kneads & Treats

Special Kneads and Treats, Inc. is a nonprofit specialty goods company located in Lawrenceville, GA, focused on providing Special Needs adults within the surrounding community a place to learn a skill and develop a sense of accountability and pride. They provide valuable work experience and training to special needs adults to encourage self-confidence, a sense of value, and the opportunity to enjoy success and socialization.


Operation Christmas Child

Samaritan’s Purse is a Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan’s Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ. Through Operation Christmas Child, Samaritan’s Purse is able to share the love of Christ with children around the world.


North American Mission Board

NAMB seeks to help everyday people get up, step out in faith and use their lives on mission for God. But this isn’t just the North American Mission Board’s story or even the Southern Baptist Convention’s story. This is God’s story. This is your church’s story. This is your story, and our goal is to help you find your role in that story and equip you to fill it until we see every Christian—every church on mission—sending the hope of the gospel across North America.


Send Relief

A collaboration between the International Mission Board and North American Mission Board, Send Relief is here to help you make a difference in your community and the world around you—because compassion ministry opens doors to the gospel.


Rainbow Village

Rainbow Village helps homeless families by focusing on family stability, well-being, financial management, education & training, employment & career placement. Rainbow Village has available housing for up to 30 homeless families and they can stay for up to two years while attending weekly counseling, trainings, and financial management classes.


The Mansions

The Mansions is a community for senior adults located right behind our church property. The Mansions welcomes groups to help lead and facilitate senior group activities including music, crafts, bingo, devotions, games, and social visits.


Mosaic Georgia

Founded in 1986 to provide support to victims through a crisis line and accompaniment through forensic medical exams, Mosaic Georgia is a ‘dual services’ center with specialized services for children, teens, and adults. They provide free, confidential support and services to victims and survivors of rape, sexual assault, and child sexual abuse.



Hope Clinic

Hope Clinic was founded in 1982 by Dr. Daniel Heffernan. He saw the challenges many individuals and families faced trying to obtain adequate healthcare without insurance. He responded by gathering a group of volunteers who opened a Saturday morning walk-in clinic. As the clinic grew, the volunteers noticed other needs in the community. In 1984, Hope Clinic opened a food pantry for clients.



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