In the Late 1980’s 

A few like-minded tradesmen started meeting weekly to help those in need with the work of their hands.

14 Years Later

14 years later, the name Servant’s Heart Ministry was born. Weeks turned into years, and a few volunteers turned into dozens.

40 Volunteers

10 Projects

Missions Trips

2000-2005, JUAREZ, MEXICO

Servant’s Heart volunteers partnered with Touch The World on 6 mission trips to Juarez, Mexico to build a school, orphanage, warehouse, and housing for Life Challenge International.


After Hurricane Katrina touched down in New Orleans, a group of Servant’s Heart volunteers flew down to help rebuild the city. That’s when we were first introduced to Pastor Mel of Bethel Colony South Transformation Ministries. Our team has been flying down to support Pastor Mel’s incredible ministry every year since.



Servant’s Heart received its non-profit status as a 501(c)(3) organization and completed 20 projects.

1 Staff Member

1 Vehicle

100 Volunteers

20 Projects

Start of budget


Servant’s Heart hired its first full-time staff member and completed 40 projects.

2 Staff Members

4 Vehicles

225 Volunteers

40 Projects

0% Budget Increase


Servant’s Heart launched the Workmanship Program with 9 instructors and 12 students. In the same year our volunteers completed 60 projects.

5 Staff Members

7 Vehicles

325 Volunteers

60 Projects

73% Budget Increase

Learn More About the Workmanship Program


In 2020 Servant’s Heart completed 65 projects, including a local hospital, and acquired 39 McBride Avenue.

In 2021, we completed Phase 1 construction of The Great Falls Center and launched a second Workmanship course: Fine Woodworking.

8 Staff Members

9 Vehicles

400  Volunteers

2 Workmanship Courses

21 Graduates

39% Budget Increase


Servant’s Heart began Phase 2 construction of TGFC. We added staff, Welding, and started our first summer youth program: Camp Craftsman.

10 Staff Members

10 Vehicles

475  Volunteers

3 Workmanship Courses

66 Graduates

31% Budget Increase


Ten years after gaining non-profit status, Servant’s Heart Ministry continued growing, taking on renovation projects while also hosting a trade school — now with four courses!

12 Staff Members

10 Vehicles

475  Volunteers

4 Workmanship Courses

84 Graduates


Servant’s Heart Ministry is looking forward to another great year!

Renovation Projects

SHM continues to serve the community through renovation projects. CLICK HERE to volunteer.

Workmanship Program to launch Auto Mechanics

The Workmanship Program will offer 5 courses: CPM, Welding, Fine Woodworking, Tile, and Auto Mechanics.

Camp Craftsman & Girl Shop Talk

Register now for our summer Youth Programs.