The Sioux Falls Community is a vibrant community blessed with organizations empowering others to seek and share their faith in Christ. We would like to recognize the following organizations and encourage you to learn more about their mission, vision, and contribution to the community.

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Corporate Care of the Sioux Empire

With a Gospel-Centered mission and ministry, Corporate Care of the Sioux Empire recognizes that employees not only need a happy and healthy work environment but spiritual support as well. They journey alongside employees as they seek and experience the transforming power of Jesus Christ in their life.

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The Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU) local chapter in Sioux Falls is a movement of students centered around walking with Christ as they advance the gospel. Found at many local campuses, CRU supports students through their journey toward making and keeping a connection with Jesus Christ. CRU also encourages them to share how the Gospel has impacted their lives.


Students sharing the gospel and working together with local churches to connect with students who do not have a relationship with Jesus is Collision's passion. Through training and encouragement, they empower students to share their faith in Christ with a goal of impacting the community, region, and ultimately the world.

Volunteers of America Dakotas

Volunteers of America, Dakotas has been serving those who need it the most since the 1920s. Troubled youth, families without childcare, those struggling against addiction, and the adolescent who can't return home can all turn to our supportive and empowering programs.

South Dakota Prayer Coalition

The South Dakota Prayer Coalition (SDPC) was formed out of a genuine desire to see Christians engage in prayer and dialogue to impact society. It is the SDPC's humble desire for people to realize the power of prayer and respond by praying for our nation as well as regional and local leaders. They desire that those who pray and those who govern will be informed by biblical principles in their decision-making process.