Community-Driven Realtors 

At Wessel Team Home Sales, our Community-Driven Realtors strive to make a difference through serving. Here are some of the organizations we are involved in! 

Want to get involved in one of the organizations below? Contact us!

 

Junior League of Wichita is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Visit the website!

 

The Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce is the dedicated champion for our more than 1,900 business members and their employees. The Chamber’s volunteer leadership and staff allocate the organization’s resources to advance a competitive business environment that gives members a distinct advantage in achieving business objectives. Visit the website!

 

The mission of the Business and Education Alliance (BEA) of Greater Wichita is to work with the educational community, the business community and other stakeholders to provide the highly skilled, literate and productive workforce necessary to support a successful economic development environment. Visit the Website!

 

StepStone - Stepstone responds to the critical needs of the survivors of domestic violence by providing supportive services and transitional housing to nurture lives to stability and hope. Our staff and volunteers are motivated by the God-given dignity of each person. StepStone is a collaborative ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph and the Adorers of the Blood of Christ. Visit the website!


Dear Neighbor Ministries - Motivated by the God-given dignity of each person, we journey with people towards stability and self-sufficiency. Dear Neighbor Ministries is a sponsored ministry of the Congregation of St. Joseph. Visit the website!

 

The Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce realized the pressing need to proactively enter the fiercely competitive global market for young professionals. Young Professionals of Wichita was launched in June 2005, with a vision of making Wichita the Heartland’s destination for young intellectual capital. With membership of 2,700 and growing, our organization is comprised of bright, energetic YPs who promise to be actively engaged in the growth of Wichita over the coming years. YPW offers innovative ways for young professionals in the Wichita area to socialize and expand their professional horizons. This provides a unique professional asset, both to the young people of this community and to the businesses and corporations that help Wichita thrive. Visit the website! 

 

Since 1997, the Young Leaders Association has recognized individuals who are committed to volunteerism, improving our community and personal growth with the United Way of the Plains.  Visit the website! 

 

Blessed Sacrament Moms Group

Father Sullivan chose the name Church of the Blessed Sacrament the first Mass, was celebrated at Mount St. Mary’s, the motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Joseph. The sisters staffed the school exclusively until the 1955-56 school years when lay teachers were first employed. Ground was broken for first school/chapel, the first Mass in the new chapel was offered on Easter Sunday. Blessed Sacrament School opened its doors to 155 students in Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. Blessed Sacrament was the first school in the Wichita Diocese to offer Kindergarten. and the cornerstone for the church was laid!  Visit the website! 

 

Our community at St. Vincent de Paul Parish was established by eleven Catholic families in the area who were concerned about the religious education of their children. Some were traveling 45 miles round trip for catechism classes in Augusta. This year marked a time of transition as Fr. Mike Baldwin  moved after 24 years as pastor in which he led the parish from being a small country parish to a large suburban parish with a special identity as a place of hospitality, celebration and service within and beyond the parish boundaries. Fr. Kent Hemberger became our new pastor and has continued the special spirit and ministry of St. Vincent de Paul Parish.  Visit the website! 

 

Youth For Christ Wichita’s (YFC) staff and volunteers work in four YFC ministry branches: Campus Life, City Life, Juvenile Justice, and Parent Life. We also offer young people the opportunity to participate in special events such as YFCamp and Project Serve mission trips. YFC Wichita is a community team player, partnering with non-profits, businesses, churches, and government agencies on behalf of young people. We are a not-for-profit organization and are funded through the generosity of local churches and people with a heart for lost and hurting teens. Visit the website!

 

At Word of Life Ministries, by combining talents and callings we are advancing the ministry of Christ more quickly. Our missions plan entitled “Vision 2020”, launched in 2006, has now seen over 1,300,000 people become followers of Christ around the world. Vision 2020’s goal is to win 20 million. We are sharing LIFE with the lost and doing so in harmony, unity, and strength. We are one church with over seventy campuses worldwide. All of our campuses have made a covenant to see the mission of Vision 2020 come to pass. Word of Life is serving many individuals and families with a highly acclaimed Counseling Center, Preschool & Childcare, Elementary & Secondary School, and Bible Institute. Our weekly church services include dynamic worship, teaching and small groups. The kids will love children's church! Special services also for teens, young adults and more. Visit the website! 

 

Andale Elementry/Middle School is one of Andale's finest!  Visit the website! 
 

Saint Joseph Catholic Parish got its first permanent pastor, Father George Meyer, on the 14th of February. Father Meyer was a German-born immigrant who gave his sermons in German. Meyer’s first order of business was to construct the rectory which was built just east of the church. Next thing he did was establish a cemetery with land he bought from Mr. Korte. Although many families in the parish wanted a school, there wasn’t enough room in the budget. To compromise, Father Meyer put started a summer school where children learned theology and German.Visit the website! 
 

Ninnescah Sailing Association is a not-for-profit, open-membership sailing organization founded in 1965, dedicated to promoting the sport and recreation of sailing. At the annual meeting, held each November, the NSA membership votes nine members to the Board of Governors to run the club for the coming year. We would like you to meet our current board members who have general responsibility of the Association for 2012. Visit the website! 

 

Want more information on any of the organizations above? Contact us!

 

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