HOMELESS MINISTRY – Every 3rd Sunday of each month
Place: Mcpherson Square in DC
Once a month we visit a park which is located in Washington DC to reach out to the homeless people. When we reach out to the homeless, we become compassionate servants of God. Partnering with other groups within the community cultivates relationships that nurture this vital outreach ministry. Together, we become vessels of compassion, support, and practical blessing.
How Do We Do It?
Christ teaches us to care for the homeless, poor, and hungry within our communities. Ambassador’s Homeless Ministry fulfills these instructions through:
- Meal Services,
- Clothing Services
- Street Worship Services
- Prayer Ministry, and Street and Seasonal Outreach activities that occur throughout the year.
When Do We Do It?
Third Sunday of each month at 2 pm
Come and Join Us!
If you have a heart for the less fortunate and want to extend God’s love to the homeless, this ministry is for you! Our wonderful volunteers assist with:
- Prayer Ministry-bilingual is always a blessing,
- Seasonal Outreaches
- Winter Holiday Outreaches, and
- Street Outreaches throughout the year.
Come serve God’s Kingdom and be blessed by this remarkable ministry!
For more information, or to get involved, contact: Pastor James
Nursing Home MINISTRY – Every 4rd Sunday of each month
What is a Nursing Home Ministry?
Nursing home ministry involves reaching out to the residents, their families, and the staff of a nursing home. This may be done through planned activities, caring support, and relationship-building. Multiple opportunities for ministry exist in most nursing homes. Yet people avoid nursing home ministry for a variety of reasons. Some say nursing homes are depressing. Others have had a bad experience with a relative in a nursing home. Many find that nursing home residents remind them of their own aging process and eventual death. But nursing homes are one of the greatest ministry opportunities in any community. A nursing home ministry affords the chance to make a difference in people’s lives. Its rewards are love and appreciation.
Who can be reached?
According to statistics from the American Association of Homes for the Aging, more than 1.5 million people are in 19,000 nursing homes in the United States. Six of ten nursing home residents do not have regular visitors. This is partly because half the residents have no relatives living nearby. Once a month we visit a park which is located in Washington DC to reach out to the homeless people. When we reach out to the homeless, we become compassionate servants of God. Partnering with other groups within the community cultivates relationships that nurture this vital outreach ministry. Together, we become vessels of compassion, support, and practical blessing.
The invitation of Christ is clear. He asks us to pray for the multitudes, the lost — those who are not yet of the family of faith. He was concerned about all the people who needed to hear the saving message of Christ. His compassion for them compels us to come to Him in unceasing prayer For the Sake of God’s Mission to the World. Your loving Savior requests your prayers on behalf of all of His children.
Prayer is a powerful force that God has given to His people as a gift. The Bible says, “The prayer of the righteous is powerful and effective.” (James 5:16). Once a month we select one of countries in the world and w e as p rayer p artners for Mission , we pray for the preparation of new mission starts. We pray for workers and mission developers. We pray for the power of the Holy Spirit to work in the hearts and lives of the people in communities of new mission starts. We pray that God’s Kingdom would indeed come among us.
We need Prayer Partners for Mission , individuals who will faithfully and regularly pray for the work of mission and outreach .
But when Jesus saw the multitudes,
He was moved with compassion for them
because they were like sheep having no shepherd. (Matthew 9)
Want to know more about other country: http://www.worldmap.org/
Short Term Mission
Inner City Missions’ primary goal is to respond to the needs of the people in Philadelphia and its surrounding neighborhood, reaching those who are described as “unreachable” and “impossible,” including the homeless, drug addict teens , and the children. The mission is a Christ centered environment desiring to help people who are in desperate situations and willing to seek God for the answers to their lives. It is a place where everyone can come to Christ Jesus. This is achieved by meeting the basic needs of people.
Inner City Missions is involved, and desires to be more involved, in many areas reaching out to the community at large:
Summer Camp Tutoring , Vacation Bible School, Clothing Outreach and Feeding Ministry , Street Cleaning evangelism, Movie Night, Street Worship & Block Party
“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me” (Matthew 25: 35-36 NIV).
Out of Country:
Primary goal is to give opportunities to our members to serve significant way to be a part of the ongoing work of missionaries around the world.
Countries: Haiti, Brazil, Jamaica