If you would like to know more about Outreach Ministries at First Congregational Church or if you would like to join our committee, contact Kate Norris or contact the church office. 

There are tons of way you can get involved in the Greeley Community!

Here are just a few of the things Outreach are involved with.

Community Center

The Outreach Ministry Group would like to invite you to join them to cook and serve a meal at the Guadalupe Community Center (1442 N. 11th Ave, Greeley)!

A team from First Congregational Church serves on the fourth Saturday of each month from 4:30-6:30 pm. 

Shelter staff is there to provide instruction and ingredients. Children under 14 welcome, but must be accompanied by an adult. Children under 8 are not permitted to assist with meals.

Greeley Interfaith Clothing bank

The Greeley Interfaith Association Clothing Bank is an all-volunteer faith-based organization that is located at 228 N. 9th Avenue, in Greeley.


The CB receives donated clothing which is sorted for quality and sold to the public for low prices. Social Service agencies that provide case management services to needy clients, including churches, may also provide 90% discount vouchers to help their clients. After expenses, income from the Clothing Bank is distributed through community service grants. The Clothing Bank is open 10 am to 2 pm Monday through Thursday and two Saturdays per month. 


First Congregational Church Volunteers currently work one or two days per month on shifts from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm, or split shifts. For volunteer opportunities contact Jo Harris, Wynne Levelle, or the Church Office. 



Contact the team lead or church office to get involved!

Prayer Shawl

A crochet and knitting group who meet regularly to make prayer shawls for people who are in a transition or ill or just need a hug in the form of a shawl. For more information contact Ann Sitchler or Susan Norris.

Bundles Ministry

A program lead by Maddy Heil that makes freezer meals for those in our community who are ill, or have a lot going on or struggling in some way and could use a meal or more.

Habitat for Humanity

We do not currently have a build scheduled but check back in the future when we do. For more information contact Roc Kron or click below. 

Waste Not

Waste Now is an easy way to get involved in our community. It involves picking up food at UNC’s dining halls and transporting it to the Guadalupe Community Center. This activity requires a car, at least one person with a driver’s license and does involve lifting large containers of food.


Children are allowed but may need to stay in the car at UNC and Guadalupe. 

For more information contact Kurt Dallow or the Church Office. 

Immigrant Refugee Center has many opportunities.  Check out their website for more information.

Weld Food Bank has many regular opportunities both in the day and in the evenings. Click below for more information.