local ministry partnerships


  • Covenant Enabling Residencies

    Many people take the ability to live independently for granted. Adults with developmental disabilities don't. For them, the ability to live as independently as possible is a gift.

    It is also a gift to their families. As parents consider the future for their disabled children, they search for residential programs that mirror their values and lifestyles. They want reassurance that their child will live in a homey setting and receive the care and assistance they need to live a fulfilling life.

    At Covenant Enabling Residences of Minnesota, we enable young adults with developmental disabilities to live independently.


    CLICK HERE for more information about Covenant Enabling Residencies.

  • Union Gospel Mission

    Every day, the Union Gospel Mission (and ministries like it) feed the hungry in the Duluth area. As a church, we are excited that we get the opportunity to help out. 


    We are looking for 8-10 people (of all ages) who are available from 4:30pm-6:30pm on Sunday, (watch for next date to serve), to help prepare, serve, and clean-up the meal at UGM. This would be a great experience for a family, a Community Group, a Sunday School class, or a group of friends. For more information, contact Pastor Brett at brett@lakeviewcovenant.org.


    CLICK HERE for more information about the Union Gospel Mission.

  • Child Evangelism Fellowship

    Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) is the largest evangelistic outreach to children in the world, serving in over 155 countries. CEF shares the Gospel to children through after-school Good News Clubs during the school year and backyard 5-Day Clubs in the summer. They also have an excellent program for training teachers for children's ministry in any context.

    The Head of the Lakes Chapter has 10 Good News Clubs in our region with 219 children enrolled.

  • The Encounter/Youth for Christ

    A ministry to young people in the Twin Ports

    We see new young people coming in the doors of the Encounter and attending our ministry programs, taking leadership as part-time staff and volunteers, taking what God has done in their lives and sharing it with their peers.

    Our staff and volunteers are here to put their arms around kids and help them see that we care, and more importantly, that God loves them and cares about their lives.

More... Ministries of lakeview


  • quilt ministry

    Lakeview's Quilt Ministry meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday during the school year at 9:00am in Room B35. The Women’s Ministry sewing group has expanded its baby quilt ministry to include quilts for hospice care patients. All experience levels welcome! Sewing machines, tools, etc. are supplied. Help us bring comfort, love, and warmth to those in need.  Questions? Contact Cindy Erickson at 218-525-6202 or c7e623@gmail.com.

  • MOPS

    MOPS is about... Celebrating motherhood, Meeting needs, Making connections, Experiencing God's love....through relationships and resources


    A mothers account...

    "What MOPS has provided for me...is a welcome break; a chance to make new friends; the opportunity to know I'm not the only mom who goes through the struggles and joys of raising young children...."


    When and where does MOPS meet? Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month during the school year in the Fellowship Hall. Meetings are from 9:00 to 11:00am.


    Contact Co-coordinator Karena Sweezy at karena.sweezy@gmail.com.

     

    What must I do to be a part of MOPS? REGISTER by clicking on the MOPS logo. 

     

    How can I help? Pray for mothers with under school age children in our church. Introduce unconnected mothers to our MOPS program.


    CLICK HERE to register for MOPS.

    CLICK HERE to register your child for childcare.

  • Hope for the Children

    Adoption and Foster Care Ministry

    To inspire, equip, and engage the body of Christ to serve the fatherless and orphans locally and abroad.


    Purpose/Vision

    • Help meet basic physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of orphans and children in need.
    • Equip people for adoption, foster care and orphan care as well as to educate people on the great need that exists locally and internationally.
    • Provide a support structure for those at Lakeview Covenant Church who are doing foster care or have adopted a child.
    • Provide orphan care and education internationally through local resources and short term missions.
    God calls us to this purpose through His Word:
    "Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of God our Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress and to keep one self unstained by the world." (James 1:27)

    For more information contact Rebecca Mulder or call the church office.
  • Twin Ports Chinese Christian Fellowship

    TPCCF seeks to foster community and fellowship within the Chinese community in the Duluth-Superior area. We provide regular Bible studies and other activities to encourage spiritual growth and guidance in discipleship. We collaborate with other Christian groups in ministry; participation is open to everyone interested in hearing the Gospel. Contact person is Dahui Li (email: dahuili@hotmail.com)