Ministry of Kindness

The Ministry of Kindness or Benevolence Offering: This is the period of worship where we practice Christianity. Remember how the Lord said it is more blessed to give than to receive. We could very well be on the receiving end. Since we are privileged to give, Christians can not help but share some of the blessings with those who are less fortunate than we. Remember how the Scriptures said also, “He who hath this world’s goods and seeth his brother hath need and shutteth up his bowels of compassion from him, how dwelleth the love of God in him?” 1 John 3:17 God will also reward the giver.

Our Food Pantry offers a reassuring word and a box of staple groceries to help those who need food support for themselves and their families.  IDs are required for each member of the household.

                    SOMETIMES IT JUST TAKES BEING A MENTOR TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE Kids can look into your eyes and know sincerity. We can be the change in a child's life. You can become an influential person in a child's life by being a tutor, a coach, a club director or a friend. You don't need to be a part of an organization to lend a hand in helping students with homework tips and tricks and studying techniques. You can also help to inspire some  kids to look into extracurricular activities that they may become passionate about.

                    SOMETIMES IT JUST TAKES BEING A MENTOR TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Kids can look into your eyes and know sincerity. We can be the change in a child's life. You can become an influential person in a child's life by being a tutor, a coach, a club director or a friend. You don't need to be a part of an organization to lend a hand in helping students with homework tips and tricks and studying techniques. You can also help to inspire some  kids to look into extracurricular activities that they may become passionate about.

Our ministries gather here to enjoy worshiping the Lord.

                                SUNDAY SCHOOL 1. Sunday School is the place where you really learn how to dig in the Word. Have you ever heard your Pastor say something or reference a passage of scripture that left you scratching your head in wonder? You can’t stand up in the service to ask him to clarify. After the service, you may not have the chance to ask. So how do you get your question answered? Go to Sunday School! Sunday School is the place where you can dialog and interact with others about the scriptures. Since the class is usually small, it is a safe place to ask questions, express doubts and get clarification on things that confuse you.    

                                SUNDAY SCHOOL

1. Sunday School is the place where you really learn how to dig in the Word. Have you ever heard your Pastor say something or reference a passage of scripture that left you scratching your head in wonder? You can’t stand up in the service to ask him to clarify. After the service, you may not have the chance to ask. So how do you get your question answered? Go to Sunday School! Sunday School is the place where you can dialog and interact with others about the scriptures. Since the class is usually small, it is a safe place to ask questions, express doubts and get clarification on things that confuse you.

 

 

2. Engage in real conversations about God and His Word while making friends and establishing bonds of love and fellowship. Since Sunday School classes are typically small (less than 20 people), it is the perfect environment to engage in real conversation about the Word. By engaging in dialog with other members of the class, listening to their questions and hearing the answers, you learn that you are not alone in your struggles in understanding the Word and living out your faith in a world that is increasingly hostile to Christians. As you recognize and embrace that common bond, you develop friendships that will last a lifetime. Those friendships will also help keep you accountable and connected to the Body of Christ, especially during times of storm and crisis in your life.One of the great Sunday School classes

2. Engage in real conversations about God and His Word while making friends and establishing bonds of love and fellowship. Since Sunday School classes are typically small (less than 20 people), it is the perfect environment to engage in real conversation about the Word. By engaging in dialog with other members of the class, listening to their questions and hearing the answers, you learn that you are not alone in your struggles in understanding the Word and living out your faith in a world that is increasingly hostile to Christians. As you recognize and embrace that common bond, you develop friendships that will last a lifetime. Those friendships will also help keep you accountable and connected to the Body of Christ, especially during times of storm and crisis in your life.One of the great Sunday School classes