Mission & Outreach Ministry
“Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.” (Matthew 28:19)
To work cooperatively with the Deacons, Ministers, and the total evangelist outreach trust,
as well as, assist in meeting the needs of people. God has chosen every believer to carry His message to their sphere of influence as they controlled by the Holy Sprit and anointed and equipped with His power.
According to Matthew 28:18-20 going does not necessarily mean leaving home and family,
but it does mean making yourself totally available to serve wherever, and however He
directs. No task or assignment is insignificant when God calls you to do it.
To visit and check on the sick, shut-in/ homebound, and imprisoned.
Report to the Deacons or Ministers the area of needs of people visited beyond their scope.
To give encouragement and direction.
Make weekly visits to the members who are sick and/ or shut -in.
Make at least bi-weekly visits to hospitals to minister.
Schedule quarterly evangelism/outreach projects to share God’s Word. This can be done in
- Small group/ coffee sips /block clubs
- CMBA’S Monday and Chapel days at Cook County Hospital
- Community open house
Distribute souls winning literature, audio cassettes, and/ or Bibles.
Organize and implement annual holiday food basket collection and distribution.