Service Opportunities

The JOY motto at Wesleyan is the source of our identity in service. By serving Jesus first and others second, the Wesleyan community seeks to follow the two greatest commandments wholeheartedly. Throughout each school year, service opportunities are provided in each division. The goal for service at Wesleyan is to serve others gladly in order to advance the Kingdom of God.
Communicate and incarnate the gospel.
Address real needs in a dynamic and beneficial way. 
Advance our knowledge of God and His creation.

Cultivate dignity in the people we are serving.

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Service Partners

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  • Corners Outreach

    Corners Outreach exists to transform students, parents, and neighbors to reach God-given potential, break cycles of poverty and improve our community.
    Communities thrive when each person is recognized, respected, and given a chance to live, work, connect with others and thrive. At Corners Outreach, we work to empower peoples to live in a connected community and combat racism, bullying, discrimination and more.

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  • La Amistad

    LaAmistad's vision is that Latino students and families achieve life-long self-sufficiency. Their mission is to prepare Latino students and families for success through academic and life enrichment programs.

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  • Next Generation Focus

    By addressing academic deficiencies early, NGF increases the chances for our children to succeed in middle school, high school, and beyond, reaching their full potential in life. NGF hopes to help end the cycle of poverty by focusing on education and youth development.

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  • Norcross Cooperative Ministry

    NCM is a faith-based, non-profit, ecumenical ministry dedicated to providing emergency assistance to families in Norcross, Peachtree Corners, Doraville and Tucker, Georgia of Gwinnett County. NCM is supported by twenty-three local churches and numerous businesses, civic and social organizations, foundations, and individuals.

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  • Ronald McDonald House

    Ronald McDonald House provides stability and resources for families everywhere. Helping a sick child fight their illness takes a big enough emotional toll on a family. Adding a financial strain can make it all almost too much to bear. RMHC can help address those problems, whether they involve housing that’s near a hospitalized child, the expense of staying together in another city or even getting basic medical and dental care in a vulnerable community.

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  • Spring of Peace Ministries

    Spring of Peace's mission is to be a missionary outpost in primarily Hispanic communities. We aim to make a difference to elementary school kids and their parents through our actions (e.g. helpful after school homework assistance/other programs), trusted relationship building, fun fellowship with a purpose, and sharing bible truths through stories and prayer time with the participants/the wider community.

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Team Omicron

Team Omicron is the high school and middle school service team that serves during the winter season. Students serve after school 2-4 days per week with each of our service partner organizations.

“Each day after school I have a busy schedule and things I need to get done, but Team Omicron has taught me to help those in need before I do my own tasks. It has also taught me how to incorporate service into my daily life by putting others before myself.” 

-Senior Team Omicron Captain

“The value of serving at Corner's Outreach is very significant because we are able to help kids do their homework and give them opportunities to do things that they wouldn’t be able to do otherwise”

-Junior Team Omicron Member
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