Community ministries are those services intended to address the needs of an entire community rather than just individuals. Traditional Christian ministries over the centuries have included establishing schools, hospitals, clean water projects, relief projects (especially after disasters), and rescue missions.
Other kinds of projects include cleaning parks, beaches, or streets. It might extend to undertaking needs that the community infrastructure can't do (for lack of funds or legal authority).
The activities of community ministries are not constrained to physical needs, it also extends to spiritual needs. The Vision Ukraine ministries to parents of disabled children or ministries to refugee communities are examples. However, organizing or leading public prayers or demonstrations against injustices or for public projects to protect children are examples of community ministries as well.
We freely share our various ministry concepts and associated resources to promote the growth and health of congregations locally and worldwide and enabling them to have more effective outreaches.
We encourage people to download all resources for the use of their local ministries and to translate them into local language(s). When a resource is translated, ensure that you use the most reliable Bible translation in that language for Bible references and citations.
If someone uses a Resource and translates it to another language, we request that they share it back to us so we may distribute it more widely.
We request that you would cite MATTHEW 25:34-40 Ministries or this website as the site where you obtained the original.