At Sunrise, we believe we are called to be the hands and feet of Jesus. As a church, our members share God’s love through a variety of local, national, and worldwide mission ministries. Where is God leading you? What strengths have you been blessed with? Sunrise has many opportunities to participate directly in the outreach work that appeals to you!
Please click the links below for additional information on the ministries we support. And keep an eye out for information in the church newsletter, bulletin, or e-mail on mission opportunities as they arise during the year!
Ryan Brummeyer is our Missions Team Chairperson, and can be reached at email@example.com, if you have questions or would like additional information.
We volunteer with and support the following:
- Holly Springs Food Cupboard non-perishable food drop off site
- With Love from Jesus
- Angel Tree for New Horizons Christmas Store
- Operation Christmas Child
- Warmth for Wake
- Disciple Bible Outreach Ministries
- Rise Against Hunger – Stop Hunger Now – Annual Event in the Spring!
- Site for Kraft Family YMCA Y-Learning Program
- Read & Feed for Lincoln Heights Elementary School
- Appalachian Service Project
- USO – Soup for Troops and toiletry collection
- Haiti International Mission Trip – See the 2017 Video
- Habitat for Humanity
- Greater Triangle Area CROP Walk
Other missions we support through our missions budget:
- Compassion International – to provide food, water, and education to those living in poverty
- UMCOR Disaster Relief – to help flood victims in North Carolina, West Virginia, and Haiti
- Society of St. Andrew – salvages fresh, nutritious produce from American farms – produce that otherwise would be left to rot – and delivers it to agencies across the nation that serve the poor
- Mothers and Their Children Inc. – provides incarcerated mothers and their children with the support and resources necessary to maintain and strengthen their family relationships
- Raleigh Rescue Mission – offers critical life-saving services like meals, emergency overnight shelter, coats and other warm clothing in the winter, plus medical care for its residents