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Building Community

Finishing Well

Serving Others


Supper Clubs:

Sunnybrook Supper Clubs are a great first step in connecting with others.  When you register you’ll be grouped with 7-9 people, meet monthly for four months, and gather for a meal that you, as a group, agree upon. New groups will launch each January, May, and September. Register here!

Friday with Friends: 

Join us for fun, fellowship, and making new friends. Friday with Friends meets once a month at various times and locations. Register Here!

Sundays with JOY: 

Join us for fun, games, and making new friends. Sundays with JOY meet the 2nd and 4th Sunday’s monthly from 4:00-8:00pm in the Church Loft. Register Here!

Crafter's Circle: 

Women who enjoy crochet, knitting, and/or sewing coming together to create friendships and articles to donate.  Current project:  making hats, scarves and mittens to donate to the Hope Center - materials have been donated so no cost is involved. 

Meets on Wednesday afternoons from 1:00 - 4:00 pm. 

For more information, call or text Angela Schroeder at (712) 389-0751.

Chapel Chats with JOY:

Chapel Chats with JOY is hosting Caring for Your Aging Loved Ones this quarter. During this Chapel Chat, guest facilitator Jean Parrish, Executive Director of Charter Senior Living of North Place, will be available to answer questions about caring for your aging loved ones. Register Here!



“Prayer does not fit us for the greater works; prayer is the greater work. We think of prayer as a commonsense exercise of our higher powers in order to prepare us for God's work." Oswald Chambers

There are many opportunities throughout the week to cover ministry areas in prayer. Be part of the greater work!

Hope Center:

As a Hope Center volunteer, you will serve in the Choice Food Pantry, helping our guests as they shop for groceries for their household. Volunteers serve in a variety of roles when the pantry is open. Opportunities are available in Sioux City and Le Mars.




Greet, host, or help prep for events as needed.


A love for baking or cooking can serve as the perfect avenue for sharing your talents with others.

Buddy Program:

Build a one-on-one relationship with homebound, students, young adults, and other needs as they arise. Use your life experiences to connect and support those in the program.

If you have another area you feel called to serve in or to get involved in these volunteer opportunities contact Rose at  .

Unsure of your spiritual gifts and where to serve? Take the spiritual gifts assessment here.