Once a month, we will collect donations for various people in need. More information on the weekly Bulletin.
It includes Socktober and Glovember aiding the homeless and underserved during winter months.
A non-denominational Christian ministry that meets the needs of the hungry and homeless, by providing emergency and long-term shelter, food, clothing, & life skills training programs; to help clients create sustainable futures.
Located on CCRC property. This was designed and built by the Education Committee and Compass Youth Group, the Buildings and Grounds Committee. LFP was advertised by Outreach and dedicated to Rick Mills.
Schenectady Inner City Ministry Food Pantry, a partner of CCRC. Distribution of food resources.
Food Pantry and Family Support in the Clifton Park area.
Families partner with Habitat for Humanity, building safe and affordable homes. Build Strength & Stability, Donate for Self-Reliance through Shelter.
It is an extraordinary project in the Christmas season. Pick a need from three in the Hearth Room and bring it to church.
Helps people aged 60 and above to live independently in their homes for as long as possible without duplication of other well-established services. The services include friendly visiting, transportation, respite assistance, shopping and errands, meal prep, telephone reassurance, and information and referrals.
Serving local people, designed to combat food insecurity.
Shoebox gifts for children internationally. St Thomas is currently our designated location to send shoe boxes filled with toys and age-appropriate
Supporting Children with various needs
Exciting annual Mission trips, local and international.
Our annual fundraiser for Orange Farm begins in January and will run until Easter Sunday. A $25 contribution allows a child in Orange Farm to attend school for a full year. Please make your checks available to CCRC and put “Orange Farm” in the memo line. Checks may be dropped off or mailed to the church. We were able to support 160 students. CCRC has been contributing to Orange Farm schools since 2004. Thank you for your continued support.
Orange Farm is a township located approximately 45km from Johannesburg in Gauteng Province of South Africa. It is the southernmost township of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality. Its name, a misnomer given that oranges are grown in orchards instead of farms, has Dutch origins. It is one of the youngest townships in South Africa, with the original inhabitants, laid-off farm workers, taking up residency in 1988. Support for the population came slowly mostly from people who were tenants at the larger township of Soweto.