Our Ministry Tenants

“There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit gives them. There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord is served…Now to each one the presence of the Spirit is given for the common good.” - I Corinthians 12:4-7

Creating a “one-stop ministry mall” requires building partnerships with ministries providing a broad spectrum of services to a diverse community of people. By providing lease rates well below the market and allowing ministry leaders to focus on what they do best, we believe The Sioux Falls Ministry Center will improve the services provided throughout our community.

Center-of-Hope.pngCenter of Hope

The Center of Hope focuses on reaching out to people in difficult situations. Programs offered include weekly bible studies, clothing ministries, and a care center with computer access, bike-to-work program, mother/baby baskets, sports night, 12 step recovery program, children’s summer camp and the Restored 2 Life Worship hour.
Visit the Center of Hope web site.

Community_Outreach.pngThe Community Outreach

The Community Outreach provides services to those in poverty through support with housing, utilities and transportation. The 18-week Genesis program matches a mentor group with an at-risk family to assist in housing, employment, transportation and personal goals.
Visit The Community Outreach web site.

Compassion-Child-Care.pngCompassion Child Care

Compassion Child Care is a place where children experience the compassion of Jesus and hear the good news of Jesus. Scholarships are provided to low income families in order to alleviate the financial burden of child care. CCC is currently open 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The goal is to work towards having it open from 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. to meet the needs of people working different shifts.
Visit the Compassion Child Care web site.


CruCitySF (formerly Priority Associates) has a mission to present Christ and develop spiritual leaders in the marketplace, who through God’s empowerment, will bring about city transformation.  They are committed to living out both the Great Commandment (demonstrating the Gospel through Christ’s love) and the Great Commission (proclaiming the Gospel to all).
Visit the CruCitySF web site.

Destiny-Clinic.pngDestiny Outreach After Hours Clinic

Destiny Outreach After Hours Clinic is a free outreach acute care clinic for the uninsured on Thursday evenings from 6-8:30 p.m. DOAHC strives to minister to the health care needs of all patients and at the same time offers spiritual care and support by sharing biblical principles and truths with, and praying for patients and families. If you do have insurance, Medicare or Medicaid, please visit the main clinic, Destiny Family Medical Clinic, at 2701 S. Minnesota Avenue, across from Culver’s and Famous Dave’s in the Lewis Square Building.
Visit the Destiny Outreach Clinic web site.

new-haven-ministries.jpgNew Haven Ministries

New Haven Ministries offers biblical counseling for individuals and groups as well as counselor and discipleship training. Planning Life which is an extension of New Haven offers crisis pregnancy counseling, relationship counseling, parenting classes and limited ultrasounds. Restoration Services, a program of New Haven, provides addiction counseling.
Visit the New Haven Ministries web site.

New_Roots_Ministry_logo.jpgNew Roots Ministry

New Roots ministers to the immigrant and refugee populations of Sioux Falls and provides physical, emotional, and spiritual support. New Roots is closely linked to All Nations City Church.
Visit the New Roots web site.

Tapestry_Logo-2017.jpgTapestry International Ministry

Tapestry International Ministry is a relationship-focused outreach ministry that aims to help people find their identity in Christ. We primarily direct our efforts towards the most vulnerable places in our community and throughout the world. This includes outreaches to high-crime and impoverished neighborhoods, strip clubs, red-light districts and prisons. Tapestry highly values collaboration and partners with many other ministries, churches and non-governmental organizations (NGO's).
Visit the Tapestry web site.