STAY IN TOUCH (SIT)
The Stay In Touch (SIT) Ministry ensures contacts and comforts members who report illness, hospitalizations, nursing home admission, respite care, home bound living, deaths or prayer concerns. Members of this ministry are responsible for calling members, visiting them, sending cards, making follow up contact, and more.
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The Angel Tree Ministry provides Christmas gifts for children of incarcerated parents, whose names are provided by the Prison Fellowship Ministry. Each child has a specific gift and non-perishable food item assigned to them with suggested prices per gift. Angels are distributed in mid-November and wrapped gifts are submitted and delivered in December.
Volunteers may monitor the collection booths on Sundays and Wednesdays in November and December, coordinate the items during the week of delivery, and/or deliver the items.
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COMMUNITY AWARENESS MINISTRY
The Community Awareness Ministry serves as a source of information on various family, governmental, educational and healthcare issues through workshops, seminars and meetings that are open to the church and the community.
The 2nd Chance Fair is their signature event.
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EVANGELISM (GO GET’EM)
The Go Get EM Ministry is an evangelistic ministry designed to share the Gospel with the community by going door to door distributing Fallbrook brochures and presenting the plan of salvation on 1st and 3rd Saturday mornings from 10 a.m. to Noon.
Through His Word, God has revealed Himself and given the answer to every doubt and every need in the heart of man. We must take the message of Christ to our streets and allow the Holy Spirit to have hands, feet, and a voice in this world. The Holy Spirit wants to use us to share the Good News.
Volunteers must be born again Christians, willing to grow spiritually through Bible Study and prayer, and complete the Go Get ‘Em Ministry training.
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The Prayer Quilting Ministry creates and distributes quilts and crotchet coverlets to members and community friends of the church who are experiencing serious long-term illnesses with hospital and home-bound care. Experience is not required and sewing machines, fabric and sewing notions are provided. The Ministry meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month.
The International Quilt Festival is the ministry’s signature event.
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The Prison Ministry is an outreach ministry that takes the Good News into the criminal justice system by providing worship services, Bible Study and mentorship.
Signature Events include Angel Tree, where volunteers arrange for Christmas gifts to be donated to the children of incarcerated parents on their behalf; Pen Pal Program & Men’s Mentoring, which matches volunteers who may not wish to go into the prisons with inmate pen pals who are encouraged through the writing of letters; and In-Prison Life Plan Seminars, which provide prisoners who are near release with practical goal setting skills to help them adjust to life on the outside and become productive citizens in the community.
Volunteers must be born again Christians, complete the TDCJ Certification Program, complete the Prison Fellowship Ministries VIP training, and be willing to grow spiritually through Bible Study and prayer.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.