Aurora Community Impact
Carry each other's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.
God has uniquely placed you within a certain geographical location. The neighborhood you live in. The corner store you shop at. Regardless of where you live, you have people all around you who are hurting and need Jesus through your hands and hearts.
Your Aurora Campus is located at 40W098 Galena Boulevard and therefore called to make an impact for God's Kingdom in this specific community. Through Community Impact, you have the ability to serve and reach people others might not ever cross paths with.
The Coronavirus has touched all of us in one way, shape, or form. Our hope is that while we continue to move towards reopening in our communities, you may continue to be the hands and feet of Jesus as you love and serve our immediate neighbors well.
Aurora Covid-19 Responses
Aurora Interfaith Food Pantry
Volunteers should be at least 18 years old. Children 14+ can serve with a parent. Anyone interested in volunteering should contact Marcy Robles directly through email letting her know what day(s) they can help. Email to volunteer!
Donate to Your Local Food Pantry
Aurora Interfaith Food Pantry
1110 Jericho Rd, Aurora
Click HERE for current needs.
How to Get Involved
At Risk Youth
By walking alongside students at the elementary level, we can participate in their development through programs like Kids' Hope USA. We have partnered together with local elementary school McCleery Elementary to provide mentors throughout the school year. Click HERE to respond to this opportunity.
NOTE: Kids Hope is looking for mentors for the 2020/21 school-year, to be done virtually. Please go through the application to be ready to serve at your local school by selecting your location above.
Waterleaf Women's Center is located across the street from the Aurora Planned Parenthood and provides a safe alternative for women in crisis looking for support. From prenatal care to post-pregnancy support, Waterleaf is always looking for anyone who would like to serve.
Within Kane County, there has been an increasing number of Nepalese and Bhutanese moving in and they are looking for a home church. We partner with a local church-planter to create a safe community for all to worship God together. We also have seen integration with the Nepalese and Bhutanese youth joining with the Student Ministries programs at our Aurora Campus.
Bonus: If you want to read more about the Nepalese Church Plant, you can check out this blog post about this ministry on our Community Impact Blog.
Hesed House is 2nd largest homeless shelter in the State of Illinois. They serve over 1,000 people each year including men, women, and children.
Donation Needs - Currently, there is a high demand for materials to be donated, including food, sanitary items, medicines, and children’s items. Food Needs include, but not limited to cereal, Pop Tarts, and granola bars. The needs list is updated regularly on their website.
All Campus Impact Areas
Looking to serve and reach within an all-campus impact area?