First Free Church is #4Lincoln. We can show our city this in how we serve it corporately and individually as needs arise. Please take 3 minutes and let us know how God has prepared and gifted you to serve those who call Lincoln home.
Our church has local partnerships with these organizations:
People’s City Mission
The basic needs of the homeless in the Lincoln area are met through this ministry (food, clothing, etc.)
Contact: Michele Orth
Angel Tree Ministry
Through this ministry, Christmas gifts are given to children in the name of their incarcerated parent.
Contact: Anita Pryor
Serving with this organization involves doing routine needs for the Center, such as sorting clothes.
Contact: Pat Bower
Hope for Children
This ministry provides care , prayer and support for orphaned and foster children.
Contact: Lorri Goode
Timberlake Ranch Camp
Opportunities to serve with this ministry include being a leader at camp.
Contact: Camp Office
Operation Christmas Child
Shoe boxes filled with gifts and the Gospel message are sent to children around the world.
Contact: Dawn Moore
Good News Jail & Prison Ministry
Through this ministry, the spiritual needs of prison inmates met.
Contact: Sheldon Crapo
The Stork’s Club
This ministry encourages women to seek prenatal care necessary for a healthy pregnancy.
Contact: Crystal Wasko
Royal Family Kids Camp
Volunteers at this camp show God’s love to children who have been abused, neglected, abandoned.
Contact: Julie Craw
Serve with ESL Students. As a conversation partner, you will help someone from another culture to speak conversational English. On Sat. mornings, you will help group leader facilitate discussions during Saturday morning conversation group (9:30-10:30 a.m.) On Sun. mornings, participate in an International Bible Study class (9:15-10:30 a.m.) and build bridges with people from diverse cultures. Contact Matt Kohrell.
Serve with Sudanese families. Several Sudanese families continue to meet at our church to worship together. Please contact Pastor Lee Gour if you want to learn more about the Sudanese Church and how to serve them. Contact Lee Guor.