Community Outreach

The Village Church is involved in many service projects to help others in the community.


 

Village Christian Thrift Shop

A major ministry of the women of our church and community is our Thrift Shop located at 799 Southwood in Incline Village. The Thrift Shop is open 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays, phone number is (775) 831-3902. The Thrift Shop is managed and run almost exclusively by volunteers and all of the proceeds from this ministry activity are used to assist ministries sharing Christ in our Northern Nevada area and around the world. Over $100,000 (Yes, $100,000!) is donated to various ministries sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. Contributions of clothing and other items to the Thrift Shop allows for this significant assistance to ministries here and around the world as they share the Good News of Jesus Christ.


Deacon's food pantry

One of the many compassionate and outreach ministries of The Village Church is offered through our Deacons is our Food Closet. Our Lord has allowed us to have the only Christ-centered food program in our community for over three decades. Nearly 50,000 pounds of food is given to the hungry each year through this ministry. Gifts of food each month, donations through Raley’s and the Village Market, and other financial donations support this important ministry in the name of Jesus.


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snow shoveling ministry

Helping the community and those in need with shoveling snow.

 


parents night out

The Village Church’s Incline Small Group is offers to watch your children for an evening so you can get out and recharge - at no cost to you. Trustworthy, adult church members are offering to care for your children in the familiar surroundings of the Village Christian Preschool! We offer this special event a few times a year.


Al-Anon

Our personal situations may be different, but we share as equals because of what we have in common: our lives have been affected by another person’s drinking. Al-Anon is a mutual support group. We can find understanding and support when we share our common experience with each other. Some of us are here because a spouse or partner has struggled with alcoholism. For others, the problem drinker is a parent, child, or grandchild. Sometimes a brother, a sister, or some other friend or relative brings us to Al-Anon. Many of us have had more than one alcoholic family member or friend.

Meetings at The Village Church: Thursdays @ 7pm


Alcoholics Anonymous 

Alcoholics Anonymous is a voluntary, worldwide fellowship of men and women from all walks of life who meet together to attain and maintain sobriety. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues for A.A. membership.

Meetings at The Village Church: Thursdays @ 7pm