What is man that You are mindful of him, And the son of man that You visit him? Psalm 8:4
Calvary Chapel Benevolence Care Ministry is designed to help you with your spiritual needs first and secondly, addressing your physical needs.
Our goal is to help you grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ and to provide at least one time assistance for food and clothing, primarily to those that are part of our church body who are widows, single parents, elderly and disabled.
What you can expect:
- That we will listen to you and your circumstance
- Encouragement through reading and sharing of scripture in the bible
- Prayers for you and your family
- Bags of food (based on availability)
If your needs are greater then these items, please understand that we will try to recommend a ministry partner or organization that can help you with that physical need.
Remember through the challenges we face in life that our hope is in Christ alone.
“And my GOD shall supply all my need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus!”
For more information, please call the Benevolence Care Ministry at 702-362-9000.
Our hope is to bring comfort and the gospel to those who are in our local hospitals, medical centers and recovery homes.
Jesus said that when we respond to someone in need, we are responding to Him; moreover, those who love Him are easily identified by their simple acts of kindness. As His ambassadors, our aim is to be available, upon request, to bring the love of Christ to those who are confined to their homes or in a hospital bed due to physical injury, sickness, surgery, or terminal illness. During a time of illness, a prayer of faith, a touch of kindness and a gentle, soft-spoken word of assurance can be enough to change the course of a day. The Word of God, when directed by the Spirit of God, is able to bring
salvation to the lost as well as comfort, encouragement and healing to the believer.
If you or someone you know needs hospital visitation please fill out the form below.Hospital Visitation Form
John and Michelle D’ Amore
How does the heart understand grief when it is broken by the death of a loved one? To survive and live forward, those who grieve must find answers. “Beyond the Broken Heart” is an eight-week support and ministry program for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one.
Facilitated by John & Michelle D’Amore in their Summerlin Area home. Major cross streets are N Town Center Dr. & N Hualapai Way. Please call for directions 702-408-4331.Register for Beyond a Broken Heart
Ministers are available to serve you in your time of loss. If there has been a death in the family, please call the church office at 702.362.9000. One of our staff members will assist you in making funeral/memorial service arrangements.