One of the core aspirations at Remnant Westside Church is to be a church that has a stake in the city - a church that worships in the city must serve and love the city in word and deed. It is not merely coincidence or human plans but divine appointment that RWC established her place in a small segment in Manhattan to have a faith-based, God-sized impact. As God appoints her Church to be a place of redemption, it is also a body that ushers redemptive acts. RemnantServes furthers this mission. We partner with different organizations to know and love our neighbors in the city. If you are interested in joining us in this endeavor or learning more about us, please reach out by emailing remnantserves@remnantwestside,net. See below for opportunities to serve.


Don’t Walk By

We are partnering with Hope for New York to participate in Don’t Walk By, an annual outreach to serve our neighbors who are living on the street. We are looking for outreach volunteers to canvass their assigned zone in teams and invite potential guests back to the anchor church for a hot meal, medical care, and connection to holistic residential recovery programs.

Saturday, February 23, 12:30pm - 6:45pm
NY Chinese Alliance Church (160 Eldridge Street)

Spots are now filled. Be sure to sign up for our next opportunity!

During registration, please enter "Remnant Westside Church" in the Additional Questions section.


Father's Heart Breakfast Pantry

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In an effort to restore a sense of dignity to those ordinarily relegated to food lines, the Father's Heart serves an all-you-can-eat hot breakfast in a restaurant-style setting. Most of the guests “fill up” as much as they can, knowing they will not have a meal like this for another week. Guests are also encouraged to take part in the food pantry program, which supplies emergency and supplemental food in grocery bags.

There are no planned Breakfast Pantry events at this time. Check back later!


Father's Heart KidZone

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KidZone is an after-school, open recreation program which also functions as a soup kitchen. In addition to providing hot meals to children and youths, KidZone offers programs that address the physical, social, recreational, cultural and cognitive needs of the children and teens in our community. Some of these activities include: arts and crafts, socializing through games, homework help and tutoring, literacy building, nutrition education, Robotics and financial literacy.

There are no planned KidZone events at this time. Check back later!