Why You Should Get Involved With Church Community Outreach Services

Does your church have regular midweek events? According to Lifeway Research, only 10% of Protestant pastors say their churches don’t have regular midweek events. It’s important to participate in any community outreach services your church has. Let’s take a look at some of the benefits.

Cultural Building

When you’re regularly involved in doing things for your community, you can develop lots of habits you can carry over to your daily life. Many Christians don’t do any evangelism in their communities because they have never heard about it. Attending regular outreach services with other Christians is a great way to grow significantly in this area. You’ll start seeing the world through eyes of invitation, compassion, and generosity and you can gain a kingdom-first mindset as well.

Leadership Training

Community outreach services are a great platform to glimpse your natural gifts and abilities. You will work in situations that focus on servanthood, which is a great place to start if you want to become a leader. As you serve people, you will begin to see your strengths and weaknesses in ways that are impossible in the context of regular church services, groups, classes, or related relational environments. Therefore, if you want to awaken the leader in you, church outreach services are a great place to start.


Christ’s style of discipleship focused on participation. As the disciples took part in ministry, they got the chance to talk after the act. These moments of activity and talking through community-oriented memories can help you learn lasting lessons you’ll carry with you for years to come. You’ll be able to make a difference in your community in ways no other group has, and you’ll also learn to be part of the solution. All of these create memories in your life and lasting life changes.

The goal of church outreach activities is to change lives. Reaching out is a great way to do change the lives of many in your community. It helps to engage people and to heal those who have been hurt by the church. Additionally, it also helps those who have never heard about the gospel get an opportunity to find out more about it. As a result, new people will start attending church, and lives will be transformed.

Reach out to us today to learn more about our community outreach services and to start spreading the word around your community.

1 Comment
  • Susan spears
    Posted at 18:47h, 05 July Reply

    We are starting all outreach committee at my church in Clinton Wisconsin. My hubby and I signed up to help. Need ideas of projects or what exactly we focus on.

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