our causes and partnerships

We like to partner with others who are working to fulfill the mission of Jesus

in our community and around the world.

Here are some of those with whom we work and support as ministry partners.

Click on photos to reveal more information about these ministries.

  • hitting the streets

    Hitting the Streets is a ministry of the Ferndale Free Methodist Church to meet the physical and practical needs of the homeless community in our area.  We seek to provide for essential needs for individuals while extending to them the love of Jesus and our own personal friendship.  Our desire is to provide whatever care is at our disposal and to help each person know and experience the love and grace of Jesus.

  • dinner church detroit

    As part of the Free Methodist Church in southern Michigan, we are continuing our commitment to launching a series of church plants in the city of Detroit. Led by Mark and Mary Cryderman from The Harbor ministry, Dinner Church Detroit is a foundational cross-cultural event that brings people from all walks of life to an opportunity to eat and to hear the Gospel.

  • w.e.b.b. kids

    W.E.B.B. Kids is the mentoring program of our church to Webb Elementary School in Hazel Park, Michigan.  We send mentors to the school through out the year to meet the emotional, social, and academic needs of students.  We provide one-on-one mentoring relationships between adults from our church with children who will benefit from the loving, caring attention this program provides.

  • haiti healthcare advocates

    Haiti Healthcare Associates are medical professionals and support personnel seeking to use their skill sets outside of the United States and Canada in a world where healthcare is largely unavailable. They are retired businessmen and individual workers seeking to give back that which we have been given. They are a volunteer organization dedicated to bringing medical assistance to a population of over 200,000 people residing in the Aritbonite Valley at the base of the Artibonite Mountains.​

  • care net

    Care Net is a counseling and crisis pregnancy center whose desire is that every woman – every couple facing pregnancy will be fully informed and have all the information they need to make the best decision for them. They operate from a holistic model meaning that they are concerned about your physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. As a non-profit, faith-based organization they are committed to serving clients of all faiths and walks of life without prejudice or judgment.

  • south oakland shelter

    For over 30 years, South Oakland Shelter (SOS) has been ending homelessness for individuals and families in crisis. With an emphasis on homeless prevention, sustainable housing solutions, and career development, SOS implements strategies and programs that provide realistic options for homeless and at-risk people seeking stabilization and self-sufficiency.  Click here for info on the End Homelessness Now Run.

  • set free movement

    The Set Free Movement seeks to END modern slavery and CREATE new futures in PARTNERSHIP with others through COMMUNITY-based action.

  • in better hands

    In Better Hands was founded because of a concern for the epidemic of child trafficking; which generates billions of dollars each year through exploitation. IBH works to protect children throughout Southeast Asia by rescuing or helping at-risk children who are abandoned, abused, hungry, in danger of being trafficked or have been trafficked.  Their vision is to minister to the lives of the children they rescue holistically; spiritually, physically, socially and educationally. Ultimately their desire is to instill a Christian foundation into their lives - rescuing them for Christ. 

    Read about the new Safe Home FFMC helps to support in Cambodia.