Have a testimony?

We are gathering testimonies to celebrate the hand of God at work in the people of New River Church over 25 years.

Use this link to share your story.


We are challenged to 25 acts of service during this year! add a dot sticker to the banner in the lobby each time you serve!


Local volunteer opportunities


  • UR Community Cares

    From the UR Community Cares website..." A growing need exists in all communities, you may not see the older adults and people with disabilities because they are inside closed doors. There are less caregivers in the workforce, there are less local family support, the costs are going up and for people on a fixed income it is really a struggle. Sign up, refer or donate to help physically disabled and older adults in need at URCommunityCares.org. We are modernizing the way you can be a good neighbor!"

  • Amirah

    Amirah exists to provide exit and aftercare opportunities to women exiting the commercial sex trade. Visit www.amirahinc.org/get-involved for ways to volunteer!


  • Caring families pregnancy services

    The Mission at Caring Families is simple. We empower individuals to make informed decisions  for life. We serve the women and men of our community by providing spiritual, emotional, educational, and material support to them as they seek help with pregnancy related issues. No one should ever have to walk through a pregnancy decision alone.


    Visit https://www.carefamilies.com/ to learn about ways to get involved.

  • The underground

    The Underground provides prevention tools and awareness event programs to engage and equip the community into action against sex trafficking and sexual exploitation. We also have initiatives that directly support victims and survivors with their recovery. We equip and bridge individuals to advocacy and volunteer opportunities in the anti-trafficking movement, and every person who takes action is vitally important to this cause. We continue to see this model work, as we draw on the gifts and talents of the faith community and simultaneously avoid duplicating existing services and resources.


    Visit https://theundergroundne.org/ to learn more.