REACHING THE WORLD FOR CHRIST
Community Church is fully committed to seeing the Gospel spread throughout the world. If you would like more information about our missionaries, or are seeking support as a missionary, please contact us.
A ministry of our church offering financial aid and counseling for families in financial crises. For more information contact: Alberto Segura 405.613.4959
A local ministry offering guidance and support with sexual health and crisis pregnancy. We support this local ministry with regular financial gifts and with volunteer workers. Crossroads Clinic (An Open Door for Life Choices) is located at 3077 E. College Ave, Guthrie, OK 73044, For more information call: 405.293.8378 http://www.crossroadsclinicok.com
FIRST CAPITAL QUILTERS GUILD
We host the First Capital Quilters Guild at our campus the 3rd Thursday of each month. They are a non-profit group that meets to stimulate interest in, perpetuate the art of, and educate the public about the art of quilt making. The Guild sponsor educational activities for the public related to quilt making. Lectures, discussions, shows, workshops, seminars, etc. Each month they encourage one another by sharing information, ideas and methods pertaining to quilt-making. They provide support for local charities, i.e. Guthrie DHS, Logan County Christmas Store, local nursing homes, and provide 'quilts of comfort' to hospitals or other organizations and to our wounded servicemen and women. For more information contact: Paula Bays at 405.973.5834 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
GOD’S FOOD BANK
A local ministry helping families with frozen and canned food items. We support this local food bank with prayer, financial gifts, and member involvement. God’s Food Bank is located at 1324 N Wentz St Guthrie, OK 73044 • For more information call: 405.260.1412
GUTHRIE MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE
We support the Guthrie Ministerial Alliance with regular financial gifts, monthly pastoral participation, and helping with annual community events. For more information contact: Bill Williams at email@example.com
GEN. DANIELS THANKSGIVING
The General Daniels Thanksgiving Meal is a collective of the local community that gathers once a year at the American Legion to serve a Thanksgiving Meal to the homeless and needy in this region. We support this effort with a financial gift and volunteer workers. For more information contact: Bill Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Gideons International is an Association of Christian business and professional men and their wives dedicated to telling people about Jesus through sharing personally and by providing Bibles and New Testaments. While they are known worldwide for their work with hotels, they predominantly share Scriptures in schools and colleges, prisons and jails, hospitals, and medical offices. For more information contact: Glen Welch at 405.341.0566.
GUTHRIE HIGH SCHOOL MEAL
Once a year during fall break, we host a breakfast for the High School football coaches, players and support staff. When possible we have had representatives from the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) speak. For more information contact: Tracy Smith at 405.203.7941.
HANDS OF JESUS
A local ministry that helps families in need with food and clothing. We support this local food ministry with prayer, and hope to begin helping financially and with volunteer workers. This food bank and clothing ministry is located at 2403 W Noble Ave, Guthrie For more information call: 405. 260.3440
LOGAN COUNTY AGING SERVICE
The Logan County Aging Service provides referral and congregate dining service for the elderly. A hot meal is served each week day plus hot meals and staples are delivered via volunteer drivers to shut-ins. They are located at 1102 E. Warner, Guthrie, OK 73043. For more information call: 405.282.1803.
LUNCH ON US
John and Susan Long are inspired to feed the hungry on the west side of Guthrie. OnMonday through Friday, folks will line up for lunch from 10:30 to 12:30— at 414 N. 6th Street (the building behind Grace Covenant Church). They offer a hot meal, sack lunch, showers and information to the working poor and homeless in our community. For more information contact: John or Susan at 405-205-5677.
LUNCH ON NOBLE
A local ministry serving a hot meal and a sack dinner Monday through Friday to anyone in need. We support this local food ministry with prayer, regular financial gifts, and volunteer workers. This meal ministry is located at Trinity Episcopal Church, 310 East Noble Avenue, Guthrie, OK 73044 For more information call: 405.282.0982
GUTHRIE MISSION MEAL
One Sunday a month volunteers from our church prepare a hot meal in our kitchen, drive it to the American Legion in Guthrie, and serve it. We support this ministry with prayer, financially by providing the food, and through our volunteers. For more information contact: Prim Dunn at or 405.229.8880.
Peppers Ranch Foster Care Community seeks to "break the cycle" of child abuse and neglect through loving homes, counseling, and growth-oriented activities. By creating a network of caring foster parents and adult mentors on whom children can depend, Peppers Ranch is committed to providing a safe and secure environment where physical and emotional wounds can heal. The ultimate goal of Peppers Ranch's Foster Care Community is to become home to as many of Oklahoma's abused and neglected children as possible. They are located at 3200 S. Western, Guthrie, OK73044. For more information contact: Tonya Ratcliff at 405.919.9888 or email email@example.com
SOAR HOMESCHOOL COOP
The SOAR Homeschool Coop is made up of homeschool families who provide Christian based cooperative learning opportunities, practical and spiritual support, encouragement, and mission opportunities to assist families in their commitment to homeschooling. They meet on our campus each Friday from 9:30am till 2:15 pm. For more information contact Susan Swart at 405.361.2121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Logan County Shelter services include temporary shelter care in a home-like, supervised, nurturing environment for children under eighteen. While in shelter care, the resident’s basic needs of food and shelter are provided as well as counseling services, recreational, craft, and educational activities. Family counseling for children that have been abused, neglected, or are experiencing temporary home conflicts are provided for residents. Referral services are provided.
And many others…