God has wired each of us to find joy and fulfillment through serving others. We all need to be serving someone somewhere, making a difference somehow. God has given you skills, abilities, and passions in order to help others along their journey. You are invited to join a Chase Oaks team so that you can serve together with others. On this page, you will see a few of the most prominent and vital Campus Teams that are making a difference at each Chase Oaks campus. You will see a current list of our Partner Teams. A Partner Team is a group of people committed to link arms with local organizations that are doing great work in our community. Find a team that is right for you.



If you enjoy hospitality, love a good cup of coffee, or like setting up and tearing down, then this team is for you. Whether you are greeting, keeping our place safe, attending the parking lot, serving coffee, hosting the new guest area, or setting up and tearing down our campus, there are many opportunities to help others feel welcome.

From Kidzone to Students to Special Needs, Chase Oaks offers multiple ministries and environments to meet kids and students where they are at and help them grow in their relationship with God. Each of these fun environments is staffed by caring volunteers who want to invest their lives in the next generation.

Our Care Team is for compassionate people who enjoy encouraging and praying for others. There are many opportunities at each Chase Oaks campus to come alongside others who are hurting.

The Production Team makes the weekend services happen. If you are uniquely gifted, trained, or simply have an interest in technology or live production, this team is for you. Training is provided.

Whether through video, photography, writing, social media, or Chase Oaks Live, each Chase Oaks campus has a unique story to tell. Join a campus communications team and help us stay connected.


Below are teams built around key community partnerships to give you more opportunities to serve regularly and make a difference in our community.


This ministry is committed to providing critical housing and life skills that empower women and their children to overcome homelessness, crisis, and poverty and to lead self-sustaining lives. Contact Julie McCan at 972-998-7131 or .

The center provides care and support for at-risk children that come directly from abusive and neglectful situations. A team will support the staff and come around key events that support awareness of child abuse. Contact Tracy Parlin at .

The mission of City House is to provide emergency shelter and transitional residential services for at-risk children and young adults who are in need due to abuse, neglect, or homelessness. Contact Gary and Sherry Rackley at .

Join us as we serve the city through events like Love Where You Live, Plano Cares, Texas Recycle Day, and Great American Clean Up. Contact Jay Bruner at.

Gifts for Moms supports single moms through ongoing connection at events such as the Celebrate 2gether dinner and through community service projects, bringing resources to the most vulnerable. Contact Betty Crites at .

This team provides vocational education for adults with disabilities, pioneering the way to bringing purpose and sustainability through hands-on classes. A team will come around events and help support the HIPsters (Hugely Important People) at My Possibilities. Contact Andrew Bouma at and Jenny Rogers at

North Texas Food Bank supplies all of our local food banks with necessary supplies for those who have food insecurities. Join a team that will serve once a month with our new neighbors and help make a difference in the lives of many families. Contact Geri Hieronymus at .

This team consists of a group of people that come around an individual needing support to help them transition from at-risk poverty to self-sustainability. Contact Paul Havala at [email protected].

This partner provides residential full-time care for the elderly or those needing full-time rehab and assistance. This team will support the residents through bingo and games nights and praise and worship. Contact Wally and Marth Helton at .

Real Options provides care and support for women with unplanned pregnancies by helping them make informed choices. A team will provide support through promoting awareness, supporting the staff, and serving at events. Contact Anita Battista at .

As the only homeless shelter in Collin County, it is a comprehensive program that provides housing, life-skills training, and self-sufficiency for homeless individuals and families. This team will have an opportunity to serve meals and eat with the residents, serve at events, provide landscaping services, host ladies’ and men’s nights, lead Bible studies, and more. Contact Randa Nelson at and John Nelson at .

Serve on a team that comes around our local school partners, Mendenhall Elementary and Rasor Elementary. The team will support staff and students through staff lunches, TASK snacks, carnival support, prayers and pencils, and more.

Contact Mendenhall Elementary Team Leader Alicia Rhodes at 214-478-3263  or .

Contact Rasor Elementary Team Leader Mary Jane Ballard at .

Trusted World is committed to providing the best resources, at no cost, to people or organizations who are providing services on someone else’s behalf. They assist those who help people through organized donations. Contact Ellen Ellwood at [email protected].

For more information on Partner Teams, contact Tracy Parlin, Outreach Director, at .


Join us as we serve the city and its residents through events and programs such as Richardson Volunteers (helping residents with code violations), Trash Bash, the Senior Center, and volunteering at festivals. Contact AV Vaghela at .

Serve on a team that encourages and supports the teachers and administration of Terrace Elementary School through volunteer events and regular appreciation to build relationships with staff and student families. Contact Mark Lusby at .

Serving alongside IVCF on campus at UTD to support their programs, enriching the student’s IVCF experience, and bringing examples of American culture to groups of international students. Contact Don Rainwater at .

For more information on Partner Teams, contact Jeremy Thomason at .


Serving needy residents of Allen by providing lawncare and house repairs to comply with city code.

Full-time residential housing and day program for adults with special needs.

Providing food, shelter, and support to Collin County homeless families to help them regain self-sufficiency.

Serving students and teachers by mentoring students during their lunch hour, hosting teacher appreciation, putting on a yearly fun night, and many more.

Supporting single mothers and their children with housing, life-skills training, and basic needs assistance in a caring, Christian environment.

For more information on Partner Teams, contact Denise May at .


Serving residents of Collin and Dallas County by providing cooking, food pantry, and support group. Contact Emily Boroden at .

Serving residents of Collin County as a food pantry. Contact Tim Norwood at .

Serving disabled and elderly residents of Sachse by providing lawncare and house repairs to comply with city code. Contact Robin Preisman at .

Serving the staff by providing lunches and other acts of appreciation in an ongoing basis. Contact Keri Powell at .

Serving students in Wylie ISD by mentoring one child for 30 minutes each week. Contact Keri Powell at .

For more information on Partner Teams, contact our Woodbridge Campus Outreach Director Jamie Dunkle at .


There are so many ways to get engaged in what God is doing in and through Chase Oaks Church. The teams listed on this website are just a few of the opportunities to get involved. Let us know what your interests are. We’ll get you connected!