Community ministry

The Hartford Project(THP)is an urban ministry immersion experience for teenagers in New England. Church youth groups are invited to come and live in Hartford, CT for five days in the summer. During this week they will serve the community, learn about poverty, experience racial reconciliation, and build relationships with the wider body of Christ.

30-Hour Famine is a World Vision event in 21 countries. It started in 1971 when 17-year-old Ruth Roberts and 14 friends in Calgary, Alberta staged an event in a church basement to see what it was like to be hungry and raise money and awareness for children suffering during a famine. The funds raised went to World Vision.

Some coworkers from Agape fellowship serve breakfast to the homeless people in the Hartford area on Saturday mornings at South Church. We do this about once a month, start at 7am and end around 8:45am. We often go to a local restaurant and enjoy breakfast with one another afterwards. This is a wonderful opportunity partner with other churches to show God’s love to the needy.