Through our local outreach initiatives, we partner with several organizations and ministries, working together to meet the practical and spiritual needs of the communities we serve.
It’s our mission to change lives across the sanctuary, across the street and across the sea. These are the many ways members of our congregation are making a significant impact in our world.

We hope you’ll join us!


Donation Drives

Thanksgiving Food Drive

In November, a food drive is held for the following agencies in our area: Kansas City Indian Center, Operation Breakthrough and Village Food Pantry.

School Supply Drive

In July, Rolling Hills supports the school backpack drive for children in the foster care program.  School supplies and backpacks are collected for the month to be given to those in need.

Family Outreach

Hillcrest Transitional Housing

About: Hillcrest Transitional Housing is a program that provides a Christian environment that helps homeless families become self-supportive, self-reliant contributors to society.

Ministry Needs: Volunteers for our Men@Work ministry, Special Event volunteers, gently used furniture and other items for their thrift stores and food for their food pantry.

KVC Behavioral HealthCare

About: KVC Behavioral HealthCare Kansas, Inc. is a division of KVC Health Systems, is a program that enriches and enhances the lives of children and families by providing medical and behavioral healthcare, social services and education.  Their services include foster care, adoption, behavioral health and psychiatric health for children and school based family services.

Ministry Needs: A wish list is available monthly of different items need throughout the year.  These include hygiene items, diaper, gift cards, clothing, and school supplies.  Volunteers are needed to help with childcare during trainings, administrative assistance and more.

Children & Youth


About: BoysGrow is an inner city program that takes boys, age 12 to 15, and opens his eyes to the possibility and realities of entrepreneurship by using farming and agriculture as a vehicle to instill pride, identity , discipline and understanding of the business world.

Ministry Needs: Male mentors for 3-5 hours per month to teach youth web design, public relations, sales, marketing, farming, culinary and financial consulting.

YES Program

About: YES, the Youth Education Success Program is part of the Cornerstones of Care Healthy Families Program dedicated to strengthening children, families and communities in which they live. YES is an educational service that assists those children 14 years of age and older with emotional, behavioral and educational difficulties to make them a better person in their home, community and school.

Ministry Needs: Director Service Volunteers are needed to assist in helping the youth.  Training is required.

Fostering Futures with CASA

About: CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates which empowers abused and neglected children with a volunteer voice while seeking a permanent home for each child.  Fostering Futures gives those youth who are about to become “aged out” of foster care a mentor to help them become an independent individual in society.

Ministry Needs: Director Service Volunteers are needed to assist in helping the youth.  Training is required.

Community Outreach

Grandview Park Presbyterian Church- Summer Kid’s Club

About: The Grandview Park Presbyterian Church is a Kansas City, Kansas church that serves many in a Spanish speaking community.  The Kid’s Club is a summer day camp that provides activities and meals to the neighborhood children, 5 to 18 years of age, while most of their parents are working.

Ministry Needed: Donations for supplies.

The Hope Center

About: This eastside community is making the  neighborhood a better place.  The Hope Center came about to honor God by developing a healthy community where vulnerable flourish by making the community stronger. Rolling Hills sponsors The Hope Leadership Academy as neighborhood based charter school.

Ministry Needs: The Giving Tree includes gift cards, paper products, office supplies and small youth gifts. Volunteers are needed for Bible Study Leaders, Food Ministry, Service Days and Office workers.

Food Pantry & Clothes Closet

Village Food Pantry

About: We often forget that some of our close neighbors are lacking life’s basic needs – food and clothing. The Food Pantry and Clothes Closet have enabled us to serve those in Jackson, Johnson and Wyandotte counties by providing food, clothing, personal and household products; and welcoming our neighbors in a safe, friendly and compassionate environment that maintains the dignity of each person.

Ministry Needs: Food donations as well as freshly laundered, gently used, in-season men’s, women’s and children’s clothing. Small household and kitchen items, small kitchen appliances and linens are also accepted. Due to lack of available space, furniture is not accepted.

Blessings Abound Clothes Closet

About: Blessings Abound Thrift Store is a Christian not for profit organization that provides aid to people by selling and recycling donated merchandise.  The proceeds help others in the community to fight poverty and to change the community.

Ministry Needs: Volunteers are needed to assist in the store.  Donation of gently used clothing, furniture, toys, small working appliances, linens & bedding, household items and more can be dropped off at the store or in the yellow bin in the church parking lot.