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Justice Ministries

Justice Ministries focuses on making a difference in the lives of youth in the community through lasting relationships. We help bring justice to youth through volunteering, awareness, prayer and local partnerships.

Our Mission

To act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly.

Our Vision

To create opportunities for relational engagement with youth in our community in order to bring greater justice both locally and globally.

11th Annual Meet / Worship / Serve

Saturday, November 6

WholeLife Church believes Sabbath was intended for three things: Worship, Fellowship, and Service. At Meet/Worship/Serve each year, we celebrate these vital aspects of Sabbath together. On Saturday, November 6, our 9:30am worship service and all classes will be canceled, and we invite YOU to participate in serving our community that morning. Then gather together at the church at Noon for a worship celebration.

We have several service opportunities to choose from, including options you can do at home if you are gathering with us virtually. Sign up by October 31!

This year we are also partnering with The Sharing Place to provide holiday meals for 500 local families in need. Download the supply list here and bring your completed bags with you on November 6!

Let’s Talk About Racism

On August 1, 2020, we held our first panel discussion on racism to hear from our church community about their experiences and learn how we can help make a change. WholeLife Church Justice Ministries seeks to continue this conversation in hopes of being a catalyst for change.

Check out the Let’s Talk page for more resources and to watch our past panel discussions.

Partner Organizations

Justice Ministries focuses on serving youth in the community. Below are partner organizations that you can get involved with today!

Family Promise

Family Promise of Greater Orlando (FPGO) is a nonprofit, interfaith hospitality network providing temporary assistance and case management for families with children experiencing homelessness. FPGO provides services through participation of local congregations, dedicated staff and hundreds of volunteers. WholeLife Church hosts three to four families experiencing homelessness every quarter through FPGO. When families come to WholeLife Church, they spend a week in our classrooms converted to bedrooms and are provided daily meals and snacks. To get involved, contact


Foster Care & Adoption

WholeLife Church has several annual drives for children in foster care. In December, we collect toys to give foster care children a special Christmas. We also continuously collect clothes to donate to From Outside In, which provides one-day boutiques to children in foster care and adoptive families. And every May we participate in Foster Care Awareness Month with learning and service opportunities throughout the month. We also host an annual Foster Parent Night Out event, giving foster parents a night out while we provide child care and activities for foster youth! If you are interested in getting involved, contact Krizia at:

From Outside In

From Outside In (FOI) is a mobile boutique that allows youth (ages 12-21) to shop for free new and gently used clothes. Some families find it hard to get the services that they need—FOI provides services directly to the community. FOI believes every youth should feel confident, and the right clothing can help boost confidence at school, in the community and eventually in the workforce. WholeLife Church gets involved with FOI each year by donating clothes and assisting with events. FOI has current volunteer position openings! To get involved, contact

Community Resources

If you or someone you know is in need of financial assistance, please see the links and resources below:

Each county has information on who to contact for food, financial assistance, unemployment. Please check the resources available for your county below. This information is available as a PDF here:

Local Resources:

  • Christian Service Center – Provides emergency financial assistance, food, and more.
  • 2-1-1 – Dial 2-1-1 if you need assistance navigating resources. Click here to search 2-1-1’s online database.
  • One Heart – Has a food pantry, thrift store, and more for those in need.

WholeLife Church Community Assistance is available to members and non-members meeting certain criteria on a one-time basis. Please utilize the resources listed above before applying. Understand that our screening process typically takes several days, and you will be required to submit supporting documentation for any requests. You may not apply on someone else’s behalf:

If you are in a position to help support our ministries, please consider giving online. Thank you!