Outreach and Missions
Here at the Freedom Hillside, we believe our first responsibility is to touch the lives of people outside the church walls by demonstrating that because Christ cares, we care by providing the best help to men, woman and children who are not saved or who have lost hope. The goal and purpose of the following groups is to show acts of kindness and love outside of the church.
Keeping the church informed, connected and involved with government and civic functions. They represent the church through participation in parades, forums, and meetings. They also give input regarding the position and concerns of the church.
In Acts 9:27, a woman named, Dorcas, is mentioned as doing good works. She impacted and touched the lives of people around her in time of need. This group oversees the church’s response to the hungry, the needy, the crisis-affected by organizing food baskets, clothing drives, and care packages.
These are the people who hit the streets passing out pamphlets, invitations, witnessing, and inviting people to come to church and meet our Christ.
Having an interest and passion to spread the Good News into foreign lands, Freedom Hillside planted a church in 2005 in South Africa (The Freedom Community Church of Vereeniging, South Africa). The ministry also partners with other churches and organizations in rebuilding lives and homes. An on-going response to the Haiti earthquake is supported. In partnership with Global Outreach, NFP, Freedom Hillside supports rebuilding housing for the people of Haiti.
Partnering with the high school and middle school that are visible from our front yard in attempts to make a better environment for learning and living after school has ended.