Spiritual Gifts Assessment

Take the Spiritual Gifts Survey to help you identify your God–given spiritual gifts. This will help you identify the best fit for how God has uniquely made you.

Suggested Readings on Identifying you unique calling:

  • S.H.A.P.E.: Finding and Fulfilling Your Unique Calling by Eric Rees

  • Discover Your God–Given Gifts by Don and Katie Fortune

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To serve, please text #ministry you would like to join and your first and last name to (734) 530 – 3428.
You can also visit the SERVE Table on Sunday Morning to sign – up for opportunities.

Ministry Teams

Administration Team

Praise Dance Team

R.O.C. Ministry
(6th-12th Grade)

Reach Praise Team

Community Impact Team

First Impressions Team

Young Adult Ministry
(Ages 18-30)

Men’s Ministry

Connections Team

Media Team

Congregational Care and Support

Operations Team
(Building, Logistics and Finance)

Culinary Arts Team

Women’s Ministry

Reach Kids
(K-5th Grade)

Community Impact

No one church is meant to do everything within its community. Here at Reach Church, our first instinct is collaboration when serving our community. Not only are we called to share the Gospel of Christ verbally but through Community Impact, members can be the hands and feet of Jesus.

The Three Areas of Focus for Community Impact at Reach Church are Mental Health, Education and Youth Development.  

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We have partnered with Soaring Scholars Tutoring Program at Holmes Elementary School in Ypsilanti to provide tutoring services. Click here to volunteer.

The Reach Higher Community Scholarship provides two High School Seniors with a $500 scholarship towards higher education. This scholarship focuses on students who have given time to serve their community in addition to their scholastic efforts. The Clarence Brogdon Scholarship is given each year to graduating high school seniors of Reach Church. This scholarship is named one of the founding members of Reach Church.


Mental Health

We are working to tear down the stigma between the Church and the Mental Health Community. The PEACE INITIATIVE is an effort to educate our churches about available resources for mental health services.

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We have partnered with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Washtenaw County to promote effective youth mentorship in our county. Click here if you would like to impact a youth’s life in Washtenaw County.


The 167 Institute

The “167 Institute” is built on the idea that there are 168 hours in a week, and a person may spend 1 hour in worship. The “167 Institute” are workshops done to provide community members the tools to live the other 167. Topics in the past include domestic violence, sexual abuse, financial peace university, home-buying workshops, retirement planning and law enforcement relations.