We also see the church as a social agent in the community. We believe in reaching out to build fellowship with local churches while serving the needs of the community at large. We currently operate a soup kitchen twice a month in partnership with Humanity House, staffed by community volunteers that feeds an average of 80-90 meals per Sunday. We participate yearly with the Iola Area Ministerial Association, including joint community worship services for Martin Luther King, Lent, and Thanksgiving. We are part of the Community Lenten Breakfast series, a multi-church Vacation Bible School, and provide scholarships to community youth to attend church camps.
As Christians, it is our duty to put principles into practice not just spiritually, but as engaged citizens of the community. Our members hold leadership positions or are involved in many organizations within the community.