Reaching Our Neighbors

Resurrection's mission is to passionately reach out to others in Christ's name. We partner with these local organizations to bless our community.

Being an in-home caregiver can be mentally, physically, and emotionally draining under any circumstances. No matter what the patients' needs, caregivers need care too. Need a friend to understand what you ae going though? A place where you can get support or simply a Kleenex or two. Contact Michal Clobes or Joie Berglin through our office.

10:30am-Noon on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in our Fireside Room

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Jesus told his followers to offer his good news to everyone. However, lots of people have given up on Church and God. They know that our lives matter, but they do not see perceive Jesus and the Bible offering a universal narrative. Sunday Boost offers hope-filled music and a simple story, to open people's hearts to their immortality and the Creator who loves them.

Scoops is between Main Street, Elysian, and the Sakatah Singing Hills Trail. Come on over for fabulous ice cream, premium hot dogs, and Caribou Coffee or various sodas.

This brand-new congregation meets at Resurrection and worships in the Nuer language. They are from the world's newest country, South Sudan. This photo is from their first worship service here, on January 17, 2021.

Gentle Shepherd Ministries serves throughout the state of Minnesota with those in senior care and secure facilities—two people groups often forgotten in life and in ministry. GSM reaches 70 senior living communities—approximately 700 people a month—and has 70 volunteers ministering to the residents’ spiritual, emotional, and societal needs. Through the correctional care ministry, known as Broken Chains Fellowship, GSM reaches out to men and women using Bible-based programming, specifically designed to work cooperatively within secure facilities. GSM provides faith services, Bible studies, one-on-one pastoral visitation, and reentry support. To volunteer, CLICK HERE.

The Salvation Army in Mankato/North Mankato serves the community with many programs: Free Noon Meal Program and Bread Distribution, Mobile Outreach Meals, Seasonal Shelter, Permanent Supportive Housing (Maxfield Place), Emergency Disaster Services, Basic Needs Services, Back-to-School Supplies, Bundle Me Warm Winter Apparel, Holiday Meals and Assistance. Call 507-345-7840 to learn more or request help.

Options for Women | Mankato exists to help the women of Mankato and surrounding areas with the support, assistance and guidance they need when facing an unplanned pregnancy. Meeting women where they are at, our goal is to always make sure that every woman knows their options and knows they don’t have to walk through it alone. There is hope.  Options for Women offers limited obstetrical ultrasounds, medical quality pregnancy testing, education, material resources, and referrals—free of charge and confidential.

FCA = FAITH + SPORT. FCA unites two passions, faith and athletics, to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA focuses on serving local communities around the globe by engaging, equipping and empowering coaches and athletes to unite, inspire and change the world through the gospel.

Classical Conversations is a program based on the classical method of learning. It brings families together in communities that offer fellowship and accountability. Classical Conversations seeks to enable parents to equip their children with a Christ-centered worldview and the classical “tools of learning” in order to impact the world for God’s glory.