We believe that a life of discipleship will produce the fruits of the Spirit. This can be experienced in tangible ways as a living witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. These service opportunities take on the form of words spoken in love and acts of service done with joy. By seeking to find opportunities where God's people can serve others, this allows us to enter into relationships where discipleship happens and the gospel can be shared. We provide many practical ways to get involved and to serve, both within the Real Life community and beyond in the greater Holland area.

Local Outreach Teams

Neighborhood Teams take the ministry of Real Life Fellowship outside the walls of our gathering space. Whether it's through food, chapel services, or volunteering with partner ministries, Neighborhood Teams are the primary way that RLF seeks to serve the broader community.

Questions? Contact Carolyn Buck.

Carolyn Buck : Director of Outreach ministry

Carolyn Buck: Director of Outreach ministry

Internal Service Teams

These teams keep the Real Life "house" running on Sunday mornings. They set up chairs, take care of our children in the nursery, give rides to family members who need transportation, pray over our worship gatherings, greet people at the entrance, and clean after our gatherings. Aside from making our Sunday gatherings happen, these teams are a place for people to serve side-by-side and connect on a deeper level to each other and the ministry of RLF. If you are interested in serving with us at Real Life, please click the button.

Food Ministry

Food distribution is one of the main service opportunities at Real Life Fellowship. On the third Monday of every month, our team begins setting up at Wildwood Creek Manor at 3:20 PM and begin distributing food at 4:00 PM. After this, our team goes to McIntosh Manor at 4:45 PM to distribute food. This is a great way to serve, but this is an awesome way to build relationships with those within our community! If you have questions, please contact Glennie.