Beyond Our Doors

Serving the community is an important part of our ministry.
Listed below are some of the major projects we take on each
year. Some of our small groups have additional projects. Keep
an eye on this web page for upcoming projects.


A program administered by PHUMC volunteers who would like to
show their support for our soldiers. Support can include letters
from our congregation, notes or drawings from the children, care
packages with snacks, magazines, games, DVDs) etc.

Bishops Roundup for Hunger

A project of the Board of Global Ministries in the Kansas East
Conference, the Round-up gathers supplies like food, health kits,
cash, layettes (baby kits), birthing kits, diapers, clothing, paper
items and bedding for around 30 missions and agencies in Kansas
and beyond.

Disaster Response: Early Response Team

Do you have the skills to help with early disaster response, and the
ability to respond on short notice when needs arrive? Pleasant Hill’s
Early Response Team is always looking for committed Christian
volunteers and leaders to join the team to help respond to local
disasters (typically within a 2-4 hour radius of the church). Training
and Certification Required prior to responding as an ERT member.

Fellowship & Faith

Fellowship and Faith Ministry, Inc./ Amistad e Fe This outreach
offers various ministries, including a food pantry, English as a
Second Language (ESL), Cooking, Sewing and Computer classes.

Hands On Topeka

A community-wide effort to provide a cleaner and safer
environment for our children, families, and friends. Normally
held the first Sunday after Easter.

Operation Backpack Ministry

Assist in providing school supplies at the beginning of the school
year and assembling weekend meals for approximately 400
children per week. TNO packs meals for children in need that
attend State Street, Quincy, Logan, and Rochester Elementary
schools in North Topeka on the 1st Thursday of each month.
Please come join us for fun and fellowship, as well as the
opportunity to help children in the North Topeka area.

Prayer Shawls

Knit prayer shawls forthose in need of strength while
undergoing medical procedures; those in need of comfort after
a loss; those in need of peace and patience during an illness and
recovery; those in celebration of graduation, a marriage or a birth
of a child, etc.The maker of the shawl prays before, during, and
after they work on the shawl. Sometimes we know who we are
making the shawl for, and sometimes we don’t, but we pray for
the person who receives it just the same.

Rescue Mission

Main Shelter Kitchen – Serve meals to the guests of the Mission
and people from the community. Depending on time of the
month, there can be up to 400 meals served at one shift. Must be
18 yrs or with a parent / guardian.

TNO VIP Luncheons

A free lunch is served at noon every Friday for all Senior Citizens
at the North Topeka Baptist Church. Christian Fellowship,
entertainment and devotions. Birthday Celebrations the 4th
Friday of every month. Free blood pressure checks the last Friday
of every month.