Ministry Partners

Want to get involved with local ministries making a difference in your community?

Check out this list of ministries and find one in your area to get involved!



111Project works to encourage the local Church in Oklahoma so every child has a family. Opportunities include becoming a foster parent, supporting a foster family with your time or other resources, mentoring a foster child, helping to restore a biological family, or volunteering to make a meal to make lasting change in the lives of children all over Oklahoma. Search for requests from agency partners for children and families near you.

Adult & Teen Challenge

Adult & Teen Challenge provides a faith based solution to addiction, with a 78% rate of graduates remaining free from addiction, the program has proven itself as one of the most effective programs in the world.

Beauty in the Faith Foundation

Beauty in the Faith Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help women transition out of programs, abusive relationships, or other hardships, and continue to follow Christ. They help women to obtain an education and employment, and work with various organizations that provide restoration and recovery. They continuously provide emotional, spiritual, and financial support for women during and after recovery and help to provide for their continuing needs to insure a successful future.


Branch15 is a Christ centered live in facility for women coming out of difficult life situations such as chemical dependency, sex trafficking, domestic violence, and/or prison all over the state of Oklahoma. They strive to help with professional, personal, and domestic competency as women work towards wholeness and rehabilitation.


Project31 was founded by two-time breast cancer survivor Sarah McLean to help women heal the emotional and spiritual issues that affect their relationships, marriages, and ability to simply get back to “normal” after breast cancer. They provide resources at no cost to women throughout the year, including mentoring, online and in-person support groups throughout Oklahoma, care bags to newly diagnosed women, marriage retreats, community events, therapeutic retreats, and more.

The Voice of the Martyrs (VOM)

The Voice of the Martyrs (VOM) is a nonprofit, interdenominational missions organization that serves persecuted Christians around the world. Founded in 1967 by Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand, VOM is dedicated to inspiring believers to deepen their commitment to Christ and to fulfill His Great Commission — no matter the cost. Be moved and encouraged by testimonies of those persecuted for their faith by requesting your FREE award-winning magazine subscription here.


Catholic Charities Mary Martha Outreach

Catholic Charities Mary Martha Outreach in Bartlesville is a food, clothing, and crisis mission that serves all people. They provide works of charity for those who receive and those who need to give. Along with 15 programs and 7 locations, in Eastern Oklahoma, they are the largest provider of food given to individuals in the state. On an average day, they feed anywhere from 200-300 families. They also provide clothing and crisis support. Mary Martha Outreach has a clothing room that clients may shop in any day of the week, along with diapers, toiletries, and feminine hygiene products for clients and local schools. They have start up household items for those who are at the hands of domestic violence or have suffered a home fire. In a typical year, we give away over 100,000 articles of clothing. In 2023, they provided a hand-up to almost 9,000 clients. Together we work toward our mission to be Christ’s merciful love to those who suffer.

The Journey Home

The Journey Home’s purpose is to provide a “home” for individuals with 30 days or less life expectancy who have limited financial and caregiver resources. The patient’s hospice team will provide physical, spiritual, emotional, and medical support. They provide a room and a qualified team of trained staff and volunteers at no cost. The Journey Home is located in Bartlesville, OK.

The Lighthouse Outreach Center

The Lighthouse Outreach Center in Bartlesville, OK is the only 24 hour homeless shelter within a 50 mile radius and can hold up to 65 people. They provide food, shelter, clothing, and an atmosphere of love. The Lighthouse also provides resources and training to equip residents to be self sufficient members of the community.

El Reno

House of Healing

House of Healing in El Reno, OK  empowers teenage girls to take charge of their lives and become responsible, contributing adults through programs like The Authentic Girl Mentoring Program, Tools for Change, and Equine Experience, equipping them to walk in faith and confidence.


Forgotten Ministries

Forgotten Ministries in Enid, Oklahoma to serve and help equip others to go out and do the same. With multiple branches of ministry that provide volunteering opportunities, it is easy to get connected and involved. Current projects they are doing include building beds for children, and “Tellgate” grilling, where they cook and give away free hamburgers around neighborhoods on a mobile grill.

Hope Outreach

Hope Outreach located in Enid, OK is a community supported Christian nonprofit whose mission is to provide ways to help people help themselves. They offer different services to help those in need. The Hope Outreach Thrift Shop is open to the public and is merchandised by donated products from households and businesses from the community. New merchandise is also for retail sales. The Parenting Ministry offers training classes for parents and opportunities for volunteer mentors to teach child rearing and home management skills in the Earn While You Learn program that rewards clients with baby product purchases. Community Care & Homeless Ministry offers work-exchange assistance for utilities and other necessities for survival. The Men’s Transitional Housing Ministry is a self-sustaining program providing affordable housing in conjunction with a life skill development program that mentors individuals through the process of becoming successful, self-sufficient, members of society.

Loaves & Fishes

Loaves & Fishes is a client-choice food pantry focused on the mission of “fighting hunger and feeding hope through healthy food choices.” At the pantry clients shop, much like they would a regular grocery store. They offer nutritious foods including bread, dairy items, meat, produce, and shelf-stable products. In addition to grocery assistance, they also share helpful resources with  clients to support their needs other than food.

Oklahoma Bible Academy

Oklahoma Bible Academy is a middle/secondary school that strives to provide a Christian worldview and integrate God’s word into all aspects of learning while equipping students for God’s purpose in their lives.

Oklahoma City


At Angels, the vision is to be the leading source of support and hope for children and families in the foster care system. Angels’ goal is to form deep community involvement, and volunteerism, and cultivate the best foster homes available for infants, toddlers, children, and teens. Angels prides itself on relationships from Foster Parent to Child, Caseworker to Parent, and all of the people in between. Angels work to create the very best support for families and the children we care for. Angels founder, Jennifer Abney, first brought a passion for fostering to OKC in 2008. A foster/adoptive parent who relocated from San Diego, she brought the Angels Foster Family Network model and drive to change how Oklahoma manages foster care and supports its foster families. They strive to be a solution and not just a Band-Aid to the issues of foster care. Programs, such as the HALO Project, utilizing TBRI therapy have been developed with the help of Angels and are now being used throughout the community. The roots of the Angels network run deep and wide and fostering with them provides access to an entire extended family. Angels know that families are the most valuable resources, so they provide the support you need to foster the future of a child.

Homeless Alliance

The Homeless Alliance in Oklahoma City strives to unite the community to end homelessness by uniting organizations to help aid people in getting off the streets. They have housing programs, a resource center, and a day shelter that offers showers, computers, meals, and more. You can help by giving, donating items, volunteering, advocating, or hosting a drive at your church.

Hope United

Hope United in Oklahoma City facilitates the development of enduring partnerships between public schools and a community of churches, non-profit organizations, local businesses, and other supporting entities, providing holistic programs that address the needs identified by individual schools to improve student outcomes and educator experience.

In The Gap

The mission at In The Gap is to give an opportunity to every child to see, hear, and know the love of Christ. Currently, there are 51 school districts in Oklahoma that are open to having after-school Bible Clubs. This is a tremendous opportunity to share the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ with over 83,000 children. In The Gap offers training and curriculum at no cost to equip your church to adopt your local public school.

OKC Dream Center

OKC Dream Center strives to unleash hope and disrupt poverty in OKC through multiple programs and outreaches. Their mission is to reach, rescue, and restore people isolated by poverty and make dreams come true. They do this through kids and youth programs, community resources, food distributions, clothing closets, seasonal drives, block parties, transitional living programs for men, and other community partnerships. The heart is to find needs and fill them…and find hurts and heal them! Partner with your needs and make dreams come true together! You can also help make dreams come true by partnering with them! Learn more at

Oklahoma National Day of Prayer Task Force, Capitol Event Team

The Oklahoma National Day of Prayer Task Force, Capitol Event Team, cooperates with the statewide Body of Christ to conduct a Judeo-Christian focused National Day of Prayer event on the First Thursday of May at the Oklahoma State Capitol building. The National Day of Prayer was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman.

Urban Bridge

Urban Bridge works with youth, families, and schools in Northeast Oklahoma City to close the opportunity gap and break cycles of hopelessness through programs and services, creating pathways to health, wholeness, and economic opportunity for youth. Urban Bridge infuses hope and powers the potential within middle school and high school-aged students through a holistic approach that serves the whole student—mind, body, and soul. Youth are given a safe space to dream and engage with new opportunities and people. Current programs include The Bridge Impact Center, Hope Culture Leadership, Natruwell Mental Health & Wellness, and Unity Park

Ponca City

New Emergency Resource Agency (NERA)

Fighting hunger in North Central Oklahoma is the main objective of the New Emergency Resource Agency (NERA) in Ponca City. The NERA Food and Resource Center provides groceries to households in 11 zip codes. Additional food is provided to those without a home whenever the center is open to the public. This organization is proud to offer resource fairs, referrals to neighboring agencies, and a variety of free classes on financial stewardship, nutrition, and cooking. As a non-profit, NERA relies on philanthropic funding and volunteer services.



The mission of ICT SOS is to end human trafficking through prevention and awareness education; advocacy for survivors; and acting as a bridge between direct service professionals and community members who desire to help. ICT SOS provides prevention education to middle and high school students through our Not Alone: Exploitation Awareness curriculum. They provide training on identifying and responding to potential trafficking and exploitation for professionals in a variety of fields including medical, law enforcement, and social services as well as faith communities. ICT SOS supports survivors through therapy, advocacy, case management, and peer support groups. Fresh Start bags provide basic needs to survivors in crisis.
ICT SOS believes in the dignity and worth of each person and strives to see a world free of exploitation.

Simply Hygiene

Simply Hygiene seeks to empower people with essential hygiene products that promote health and hope. Formerly Giving the Basics Wichita, but to better serve the Greater Wichita Area, the name was changed in December of 2023! Simply Hygiene currently distributes to over 170 schools and 70 organizations in the greater Wichita area, providing over 77,000 people with access to hygiene essentials monthly through a consistent monthly ordering process. Since 2019 they have distributed over 5 million hygiene items to people in the greater Wichita area.

Simply Hygiene believes that access to hygiene products can bring respect, equity, and overall well-being to our communities.

Wichita's Littlest Heroes

Wichita’s Littlest Heroes provides Hope, Help and Happiness to medically fragile children ages 0-18 in the Kansas area who are battling different life threatening medical conditions through free fun events, financial assistance, art therapy, online support and so much more! Because…No One Fights Alone!