SLP TreeHouse is based out of the Park Community Church building. TreeHouse programs are designed to meet social, emotional, physical, intellectual, and spiritual needs of at-risk teens. TreeHouse provides a safe environment as well as mentoring for teens to receive support, guidance, and practical skills in making better choices today to live as healthy adults tomorrow.

Jordan Borer Nelson – SLP Director



Refugee Life Ministries (RLM), a ministry of Arrive Ministries, has the mission to empower churches to walk alongside refugee families with the love of Christ. We desire life transformation for refugees and the church. Teams of 6-15 people from churches and individual New Neighbors are equipped to love their refugee friends holistically as they build genuine friendships, walk with them as they adjust to life in the U.S., assist with practical needs, and share the good news of Jesus through their lives.

Kristin Vivian – PCC Team Lead



STEP directly provides food and clothing to residents in need, as well as advocacy, referrals, and building a collaborative relationship. Since 1975, STEP volunteers and professional staff have been empowering lives and restoring hope. Their vision is to be a trusted resource for connecting community members with resources to fulfill their basic needs.

Mari-Claire Dart – Volunteer Coordinator



The Sheridan Story distributes more than 21,000 meals to kids in the Twin Cities each week, including SLP schools. But there’s more to do and we need your help. VolunteersSchool sponsorsFinancial support. Join us in our fight against child hunger.




Bridges International is a caring community of Christ-followers committed to serve, promote social connections, and engage in spiritual conversations with international students so that students become leaders internationally.

Jen Eggers



KEYS empowers St. Louis Park Community Members- through education, support and guidance- to assist youth who face obstacles in accessing critical developmental opportunities. KEYS closes the gap between professional services and a connection to a personal community by building an intentional KEYS Community made up of volunteer youth, adults, businesses and organizations that are well versed in local professional services and the culture of unaccompanied youth. Together, we build personalized strategies.

Seth Schuett – Board Member