Outreach Ministry


The Outreach Ministry includes all endeavors outside of the local congregation to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ (Matthew 28:19-20; Mark 16:15; Luke 24:46-49; John 20:21; Acts 1:8, 26:16-18). The ministry proclaims the Gospel of Christ by: making disciples and relating holistically to the needs of mankind-spiritually, physically and socially (Matthew 10:42, 25:31-46; Luke 16:19-31); sharing Christ’s heart for the world (John 3:16; Matthew 9:36-38, 18:10-14); and planting and strengthening New Testament churches that will become self-propagating.

Missions: This ministry seeks to meet the needs of people in our church and the local community by supplying evangelism training and establishing Christian outreach. This ministry is comprised of 5 units each unit trains its members to develop and utilize their God-given skills to win souls for the Kingdom. These units include:

* Senior and Junior Missionaries
* Evangelistic Ministry
* Food and Clothing Ministry
* Prison Ministry
* Marriage and Singles Ministry


This division is responsible for maintaining and enhancing the general worship environment- both interior and exterior. They serve to maintain the appearance of the sanctuary and the grounds, facilitate access to the worship facilities, and to serve the general needs of the worship community.

Trustee Ministry: Serves to facilitate access to the sanctuary and to maintain and enhance the general appearance of the worship community.

Transportation Ministry: Serves to extend the kingdom of God by providing transportation to and from the church for all members and the community at large.

Ushers Ministry/Hospitality Ministry: The purpose of the ministry is to serve the worshipping congregation. The duties of an usher include meeting, greeting and seating worshippers entering into the sanctuary, providing worshippers with church related materials and attending to the needs of the church leadership, members and visitors. Members of the Ushering Ministry are committed and dedicated to the cause of Christ and represent the general character of the church.