Vital to any mission or ministry are caring Christians willing to meet the needs of others. As we continue to explore kingdom-living, think about the opportunities you have to serve, locally, nationally, and globally. Talk and pray on how and where you’re being called to serve. Remember to look inside the box, too. Minister to others within SCC – many opportunities exist.
"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." -Acts 1:8 (NIV)
Click the link above to view recent individual and group mission efforts .
Hind’s Feet provides an experiential environment for people transitioning from the Colorado Springs penal system to the general community. Activities include Bible studies, cooking classes, etc. to assist people to function within our community. Contact Shera Smith.
Marian House Soup Kitchen is the only soup kitchen in the Pikes Peak region that offers a hot meal 365 days of the year. Located downtown Colorado Springs they serve about 400 - 450 meals per day to the working poor, those with mental and physical disabilities, people who are homeless and hungry, fixed-income seniors, and struggling families. No one is turned away. Members of SCC join together with other servants in the city on the 3rd Saturday, every other month to prepare meals and serve the guests of The Marian House Soup Kitchen. Teams of 10 to 15 people are needed to prepare and cook, while another 10 to 15 are welcomed to serve and clear/clean later. Opportunities exist for families and small groups to cook, clear, and serve in the Colorado Springs community. Contact Sam Faraj.
Mercy's Gate is our local food pantry. SCC collects food and gift cards each month. Mercy's Gate has needs for hosts/hostesses, reception, filling the pantry, on call support, creating kids packets, special projects, etc. Flexible hours – it’s up to you. For food drive information, contact Sam Faraj.
Sunny Vista Nursing Home Spend time on Sunday afternoon with residents. Choose one Sunday a month to listen, talk, and worship with new friends. Contact Wes Asato at 380-0943.
Women of Grace is our ministry to single mothers and their children. Its mission is to provide a safe, loving environment where women and children’s spirits are nurtured and loved. Opportunities to serve, provide childcare, and special events exist every month. Contact Diane Hirsch.
Relying on God’s grace, not our own power, we go around the globe to bring real transformation through the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ. International trips are ongoing and are frequently in direct support of the missionaries SCC supports. Senders are a vital part of each short term mission trip. Please provide support as a team communicator, trainer, supply coordinator, or fund-raiser. Prayer partners are also an exciting way to come along side a short term missionary.
SCC partners with the following missionaries overseas:
Prakash & Harsha Khetia—Serving Shanti Dham Church (Dwelling Place of Peace) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.Wayne & Rosa Miller—Serving with Wings of Mercy in Honduras in partnership with the Reformed Church in AmericaG. & C. EA – Praise and worship training throughout the Middle EastAlbino & Sandy Rodriguez – Serving La Casa del Maestro in Cusco, Peru, in partnership with the Reformed Church in America. Click here to read an update from Albino and Sandy.
We are all called to missions to share the message of God’s love for His people. It is an opportunity to go, to send, to pray, and to share the love we have in Jesus Christ. Missions not only affect those around us, but it can also have a profound impact in our own lives as well. Mission is God working through us, and in us, to achieve His will. All we have to do is take the first step—He’ll handle it from there.