Missions Sunday

Mar 22, 2020
We have been given the Great Commission to "Go Into All The World" as well as care for the local community. The Gospel is meant to be shared. Freedom, recovery, love, and community is the hope Jesus brings. We love because we have been loved. We give because it has been given to us. We pray and care for the orphan and widows, the sick and disenfranchised.
The last Sunday of every month is Missions Sunday. A time that we "check in" and get an updated report on a ministry outreach, local and overseas.
Loving, touching, and changing lives. This is our mission.
More than 90% of the world’s orphans live in developing and Third World countries. The number of orphans continues to rise due to abandonment, famine, malnutrition, violence, war, natural disaster, poverty, and disease.
The Sowers Ministry cares for thousands of girls and boys around the world—many of whom are orphans or hopelessly poor. We not only place them in a friendly, loving, and safe environment, but we have incredible staff and caretakers. Our boys and girls are fed, clothed, given medical treatment, given an education, endowed, loved, and prayed for. They know that they have a heavenly Father who loves and watches over them.
The Sowers Ministry assists by sending relief teams that distribute nutritious food and clean water, temporary shelters, tents, blankets, warm clothes, and hygiene supplies. Moreover, we provide medical treatment, technical support, and financial assistance to individuals and families in distress. Our mission is to be the hands and feet of Jesus by helping those who are threatened by such disasters.
S.C.C. Food Pantry - During this time of social distancing please call the church office to speak with a pantry worker and make an appointment for pantry services. 716-512-3392