Community Outreach

 Being There When Needed

Extending a hand to others is an important commitment for our church.  Perhaps these words in Galatians 5:13 say it best:

“Through love, make it your habit to serve one another.”

Christ Worship Center strives to be an active member of our community.  Here are some recent projects — examples of the kinds of activities you can expect from our church members throughout the year.

Church’s Teens Extend 

  Their Hearts

Teen-agers from Christ  Worship  Center showed what compasiHome Page - Love Each Otheron and caring really mean, as they recently made visits to a nursing home in White House.  

Residents of  White House Health Care and Rehabilitation couldn’t help but smile as the youngsters came by to sing, read Scripture, and be a good neighbor.  

 

Free Parking and  Barbecue

For Fireworks Show

During the White House Chamber of Commerce holiday  fireworks show, the public was invited to park in our lot and  to bring the kids into our Fellowship Hall to enjoy a complimentary  dinner of hamburgers, hot dogs, potato salad, and ice cold sodas. Parents commented that it was great to have a family meal before joining the city’s festivities.

Community Revival

Focuses On Faith

Those from the White House community who were seeking to strengthen their faith enjoyed a “down home” revival at Christ Worship Center. 

Entitled A Weekend  of Miracles this community-wide gathering proclaimed  that  “with God, nothing shall be impossible.” (Luke 1:37).  

Participants were encouraged to “Be A Miracle.”  

Evangelist Jerry Holland presided.   His e-mail address:  Jerry@amiracleforyou.com

Partnering With Other Groups

Providing sustenance for individuals and families in need is a service that many churches, non-profit groups, and service organizations embrace in the White House area.  

Christ Worship Center is honored to be a part of this regional effort through its partnership with care-giving entities and the management of its community food bank.