Connected Ministries

 Our Care Ministry Partners

We work with the following National and Ashland area agencies to provide Christian help and care for those who have needs beyond the resources at our church. Together, we all take part in helping improve our community.

The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) is a fellowship of over 47,500 Baptist churches and another 4,500 mission churches (churches that have not yet established their autonomy as self-governing congregations) scattered across the United States and its territories.

The Ashland Care Center (119 Sloan Ave.) Equips women in unplanned pregnancies to make healthy choices consistent with God’s gift of life through outreach, education and support. Office: (419) 281-1111

Ashland Christian Health Center (380 E. 4th St.) provides medical care for uninsured or under insured Ashland County residents. Office: (419) 903-0475.

Ashland Church Community Emergency Shelter Services (ACCESS) provides temporary apartments for homeless women and single moms for a week or so while they work to stabilize their situation. Contact: (419) 685.0608

Associated Charities (newly located next door to the Ashland Fire Department), established by area churches, they coordinate and distribute food and clothing to those in need. Funding comes from churches, food drives and personal gifts. Office: (419) 281-6061

Fostering Family Ministries assists churches to recruit and train foster parents, and also the volunteers to support those families. (419) 496-2507

Housing Partners of Ashland County (19 W. Main St, Suite 4) helps Ashland County residents to secure safe, decent and affordable housing though rentals, renovation or new homes. Office: (419) 281-9669

Transformation Network (1310 Claremont Ave.) provides on-the-job training, life-transforming experiences, and life-skills training. Office: (419) 207-1188

Focus on the Family Helping build marriages that go the distance, equip parents to raise great kids and put Jesus Christ at the center of homes worldwide!  

Samaritan's Purse and Operation Christmas Child. From children to seniors, people pack shoebox gifts each year to bless children in need around the world. Parents often use the project to teach their kids about giving. The Amazing Journey of a Shoebox Gift Begins with You and Results in Evangelism, Discipleship, and Multiplication.



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