FHC IN THE COMMUNITY

The Community Collective team focuses on reaching outside the walls of the church to our neighbors through life-changing events, programs, and partnerships! 
The Community Collective Team helps to organize some of Fellowship Hi-Crest’s largest events, such as:
  • Summer Fireworks Extravaganza – Each summer we host a 20-minute firework show in the community.  There are Inflatables, Water Slides, Food Trucks, and a live DJ. 
  • Hi-Crest Serve Day – Being an active part of the body of Christ both inside and outside of the church’s wall is apart of our core value, service. We dedicate one Sunday morning each year to serve in our community as a church body. 
  • Teacher Resource Fair – Each year our body donates school supplies to the teachers in our community! Educators are welcome to come and supply their classrooms. 
  • Halloween Costume Giveaway– Every October, as part of our commitment to providing life-giving resources, we collaborate with SENT, INC. to provide families with FREE Halloween costumes. This year, we-re excited to announce that we’ll add a Child Health and Wellness Fair to accompany the costume giveaway. ! 

Meet Krissy

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Our ability to extend our services beyond the church walls is made possible by our invaluable community partners. Below, we highlight some of these partners who have generously supported us and our events. These nonprofit organizations offer life-changing resources. Please feel free to explore their websites by clicking on the buttons below. 

Every New Guest can donate $5.00 to one of our community partners! 

SENT Topeka

Strengthening & Equipping Neighborhoods Together through loving relationships and strategic development.

CarePortal

Take action on the largest network platform connecting caring people to help children and families in crisis.

MIRROR, INC

Strengthens people and communities by helping individuals cultivate hope and redefine their lives.

Partner With Us

Fellowship Hi-Crest has graciously welcomed individuals who are in treatment for substance use disorder into the fellowship. Always being willing to bring these individuals into their “family” and ensuring each one feels welcomed and leaves with a connection to a strong support system in the community" Nicolas Casarona
Nicolas Casarona
Mirror INC
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