We are the hands and feet of our Living God, helping to provide for those in need through our partnerships, food drives, and public service.
Deuteronomy 15:11

Our annual Backpack Drive is ongoing! Each of our campuses will have lockers set up in the foyer for you to collect supplies tags from. Use these to put together backpacks full of tools and supplies for kids in our community who are headed back to school.

According to the Arizona Department of Health Services year after year nearly 2000 people visit Arizona emergency rooms because of heat-related illnesses.

Living Word Outreach has decided to make a difference by partnering with the Phoenix Rescue Mission (Code Red Relief) to help bring relief to those less fortunate.

We are collecting cases of water that we will be delivering to the mission; these waters can be donated to our Mesa campus. We are also building Heat Relief Rescue Packs, if you would like to help build one this is what will be included in each:

1 bottle of water
1 pair of new, white socks
1 white t-shirt
1 cap or bandanna
1 bottle of sunscreen
1 lip balm with SPF
2 protein bars


1 in 4 children under the age of 18 are struggling with hunger. We can make a difference! Living Word is partnering with local food banks and missions here in the valley to help combat this growing problem. The most needed items are baby supplies, canned and boxed goods, and hygiene products. Donate at any of our locations if you want to pitch in.


For more information, to get involved, or if you have loved ones in the Maricopa County jail system and you would like someone to visit them, please visit our Prison Ministry website:

*Last year, we gave over 1,000 bibles and books, many personalized with hand written scriptures, to each prisoner.


Produce on Wheels Without Waste is an opportunity for the community to learn about the church and bring smart and healthy shopping to everyone as well.
$15 (Cash Only) to shop for 70 lbs of fresh and nutritious produce.


Evangelism and Community Outreach

Meals for the Needy

Plastic Bags Into Sleep Mats for the Homeless

Outreach Informational Email