Your opportunity to lead people to be transformed in the image of Christ.
Nothing we do here at BCN would be possible without the support of people just like you.
We’ve found that when we share our time, expertise, and ability we discover a deeper sense of belonging. The connections formed through serving together reveal more of who God is and how God is working in our world. Whether you have an interest in working with kidz and teens, mentoring others by leading a small group, or being a part of our Sunday gatherings, there’s a place for you on our Volunteer team.
Feed the Creek provides food for students in the Beavercreek Public School system. Students on government-assisted meal plans receive breakfast and lunch during the week, but they may not have food on the weekends. Feed the Creek provides easy-to-prepare meals anonymously to these students.
Donate requested food items, sponsor a child, volunteer on our team, or make a financial contribution! There are so many ways to make a tremendously positive impact on these amazing kids! Call 937-426-3926 to learn more.
The Bridge Cafe serves the best coffee, milkshakes and smoothies on Wright State University’s campus. We provide a fun, safe environment for WSU students to relax, connect and build life-long friendships.
Best drinks you’ll find on campus. Coolest place to relax in the dorms. Easy to volunteer. Free Weiner Wednesday on Tuesday (you have to ask)! Visit the Bridge Cafe booth at BCN on Sunday mornings!
Our focus is on Sakété, Benin, a place where many of Tree of Life’s board members have seen firsthand the need of those in extreme poverty in this area. Our specific goal is to aid in the support of the orphanage Yedidja in Sakété. In a country where life expectancy is less than 60 years old, the infant mortality rate is over 20% and 65% of the population is illiterate, our organization has joined with the Beninese population to help provide for these children to overcome their desperate living situations by striving to meet their physical, educational and spiritual needs. We localize funds to provide for the needs of the children in the orphanage as well as the poorest of poor in the surrounding community of Sakété.