At Echo, we’re most passionate about being and making disciples. Disciples recognize a compelling desire to offer their time, skills, and resources to improve the lives of others, expecting nothing in return. We call this “serving”. We believe the Bible teaches two things about serving: First, God wired us to serve others. Second, we experience soul satisfaction when we serve. In short, God built you to be fulfilled when you voluntarily put someone’s real needs above your own. That’s why we’ve developed Echo ServeCorps.

Here you’ll find every carefully vetted serving opportunity available. . .

  • In our church - through our wide variety of quality serving teams
  •  In our community – through our network of ServeCorps Partners and lineup of Community Initiatives
  •  In our world – through funding missionaries and supporting short-term domestic and international missions trips


Echo ServeCorps is a system that offers YOU a shorter, simpler, and more satisfying experience when it comes to serving others. ServeCorps shortens the distance between expressing interest and taking action, simplifies your search for current serving opportunities, and satisfies your need to serve more people more effectively. 

How do I serve?

STEP 1: Pick a partner or project

STEP 2: Fill out the online form

STEP 3: Receive email (within 48 hours)

STEP 4: Schedule your first serving day!


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partners and projects!

PARTNERS

Meet our network of ServeCorps partners! If you want to sign up to serve, click the photo and you'll be taken to a simple sign-up form. We are proud to serve alongside these amazing organizations in our local community.

  • CITY BEAT - Dundalk, MD

    CityBeat Baltimore is a non-profit that aims to change the heartbeat of Baltimore by providing short-term and long-term resources to vulnerable populations, including, foster families, low income communities, the homeless, children, and sex trafficking victims.

    Sign up.

  • MEDSTAR - Franklin Square

    Living with cancer affects more than just the body! Patients experience social, emotional, financial, and practical every-day problems that make their diagnoses even harder to bear. Echo has partnered with The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Cancer Institute at Franklin Square to make living with cancer just a little easier.  Patients are mostly older (60+) and on a low or fixed income. Current opportunities to serve include: providing transportation, pet-sitting, sharing a meal.

    Sign up.

PROJECTS

Compared to the above Echo partners, these community initiatives are one-time events where Echo volunteers can serve our local community. Even if a project is months away, you can still sign up and we'll save your name on the volunteer list.


Echo ServeCorps hosts the following community projects every year - and we'd love to have you on our team! Click on a project to sign up

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