Service Projects

Threads of Hope

The volunteers create colorful jumpers as well as sun and peasant dresses for girls, and shorts for boys. The number of pieces they complete each month varies, but on average, the volunteers make between 15–20 garments a month.

Community Through Outreach

We want a community, not just a church service.

Keep Hope Rolling

The Cars Ministry at Princeton Alliance began 26 years ago after church members heard about financially strapped single parents who were without transportation, says Toni Campbell, the church’s benevolence director.

Pampered With a Purpose

“We wanted to do something for them that would encourage them to relax and take a moment for themselves,” says Cornwell. “Moms, in general, wear so many hats, but single moms have to wear every hat.”

Small But Mighty

After seeing the toll the pandemic had taken on medical workers, he wished his own church could replicate the outreach, but they didn’t have the resources to take it on alone.

Two Wheels and the Word of God

Each time the ministry gives away a bicycle, the recipient is also offered a Bible. The overwhelming response has been one of gratitude.