Service Projects

Health and Souls

Through the years the clinic has offered cost-free care to over 100 patients. In addition to medical attention, each patient has an opportunity to meet with volunteers to hear the gospel.

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.