Resurrection Ministry Partners

“…Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.” – Matthew 25:40

Christ calls us to be His hands and feet. Resurrection has partnered with several ministries who have a mission and vision of reaching those in need within the local communities, the nation, and the world.
Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith, typically run over eleven weeks. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. Learn more here:

Dominican Republic

Our international mission partner support our long term friends Kristin Wolford and her husband Joselo. Their ministry accomplishes great things in their community and spreads God’s Word outside the walls of a church. 

Great River Family Promise is an affiliate of Family Promise. A network includes thirteen houses of worship and engages between 800-1000 community volunteers each year. Host congregations provide overnight shelter, meals, and hospitality for up to four families for one week, every four months on a rotating basis. For more information: 

At Great River Faith in Action we believe in strengthening our community one relationship at a time! We are thankful to area churches, businesses, organizations, and volunteers who have come along side of us as together we seek to be the hands and feet of Christ as we minister to the elderly and poor within our community. For more info:

We’re Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ, and our name pretty much says it all. We’re not a denomination, we’re a movement. We  view the local church as the place where people in the community come to get connected with God and one another. We celebrate the fact that everyone is wired a little differently; it allows each and every one of us to serve according to our own unique strengths, skills, and talents. 

For more than 25 years, MN Adult & Teen Challenge has been restoring hope to teens and adults struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. More information:

Organized in 1974, the Help Center has developed and grown to meet the changing needs of Monticello residents. Currently the Help Center operates many programs, providing supplemental food, clothing, and household items. The Help Center offers monthly food shelf visits, vouchers for free clothing and household items, food delivery for seniors and disabled clients, Thanksgiving baskets, a backpack program with the School District, and summer food for children. The Help Center also partners with local churches to provide emergency gas vouchers. More info:

The SHARE Program in Monticello serves those families and individuals falling in between the cracks of State and County assistance. Each month 1800 people are assisted with food and/or household commodities to relieve their financial hardships. For more info:

When it comes to financial service providers, you have plenty of choices. But while others see money as a goal, we see it as a tool – for serving God, your family, and your community. For more info:

TimberBay staff and volunteers build long term relationships with youth through retreats, mentoring, activities, and unconditional love. For more info:

Via De Cristo is a Spanish phrase meaning, “Way of Christ.” Via De Cristio is a highly structured three-day weekend designed to strengthen and renew the faith of Christian people and bring them to a new awareness of living in God’s grace. it is a combined effort of lay people and clergy toward renewal of the church.
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Wapogasset is a camping and retreat ministry serving youth, adults, and families throughout the year, with thousands of campers participating every summer in the life-changing experience that is discovering Jesus Christ through Christian community in an outdoor ministry setting. For more information: 

The Willow Creek Association is a not-for-profit organization that exists to maximize the life-transformation effectiveness of local churches. We do this by stirring up and calling out the core leadership of churches around the world, encouraging them to follow their “holy discontent” as they build life-changing communities of faith. We then equip these leaders with next-step solutions to impact spiritual transformation of their people, their communities, and the world. At the core of the ministry is deeply held belief that God’s ordained plan to redeem and restore this world for Christ is through the church. In fact, we believe that is the hope of the world. For more info:

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families, and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Inspired by our Christian values, we are dedicated to working with the world’s most vulnerable people. We serve all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender. More info:

Each summer YouthWorks provides life-changing Christ-centered mission trips for over 30,000 students and adult leaders in over 70 communities across North America. Because we want everyone to experience a mission trip, we provide a lot of affordable options while maintaining high quality experience. For more: