Bethel students serve in St. Paul and Minneapolis neighborhoods alongside community leaders to learn about social inequality in the Twin Cities.
Growing…our perspectives of the beautifully diverse world that we live.
Serving…powerful community organizations that are building a more just world.
Connecting...us to the reality that “all persons are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly.”- Martin Luther King Jr.
Find an Outreach Site
Sign up for a semester to serve with a Twin Cities Outreach (TCO) team.
- Find a site
- Fill out an application to participate on a team.
- Serve regularly for a semester.
- Participate in reflection activities with your team.
We've designed Twin Cities Outreach (TCO) to be a reflective service program-a program that helps students examine their assumptions and think more holistically about complex issues related to race and class.
Through their experiences tutoring, building affordable housing, or spending time with people experiencing homelessness, students discover more about themselves, God, and everyone they encounter.
Become a Site Leader
We're always looking for students who are interested in leading teams. It's a 5-hour commitment each week, serving at your site and coordinating communication for your team. Fill out an application to lead a team today.
The Campus Ministries staff is here to help you recruit and learn strategies for helping your team get the most out of their experience.
For more information or to learn more about becoming a student leader, contact Paul Kong at email@example.com.