Striving to "serve one another in love", we seek to support various international, national, and local ministries, groups, and organizations.
What does that look like? A portion of your weekly tithe goes out in the form of a tithe from Harvest, to those groups and ministries. As believers, the focus of our Christian walk must not be solely inward, we should look for ways to serve others with the love of Christ. Here you will find ways to look beyond yourself, beyond the immediate church body, to contribute to, become involved with or simply to pray for others and their needs.
For you were called to freedom, brothers. Only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another.
The 5K Run for Teen Challenge Providence has been scheduled for Saturday, August 29th at “Bridebrook Park” (Samuel M. Peretz Park at Bridebrook) in East Lyme, CT at 9 AM. You can; run, walk, jog, or you can help by cheering others or handing out waters. Pray about how the lord can use you to help support fellow believers, and those in need!
Supporting them while they Bridge the Divide with Operation Christmas Child, Crisis and Disaster Relief, Water and Hygiene Projects, and SO much more. What are they about? "After sharing the story of the Good Samaritan, Jesus said “Go and do likewise.” That is the mission of Samaritan's Purse—to follow the example of Christ by helping those in need and proclaiming the hope of the Gospel."
MALTA began as an effort to feed, clothe and encourage those who are homeless on the streets of New London. Never losing sight of that basic mission, MALTA continues to reach those who are homeless living outdoors or in shelters in Groton, New London and Pawcatuck, as well as those in extreme poverty. Volunteer-based, this outreach operates 52 weeks a year. Our mission is to help people retain or regain a sense of dignity and hope, as we address immediate needs that begin with food, clothing and love.