Community Chapel is making an effort to minister to our community in a variety of ways including reaching out to local veterans, helping our local schools and working with non-profit organizations in our community. Below are some of the ongoing local missions opportunities that you might want to get involved in.
Good Samaritan Fund: The purpose of the Good Samaritan Fund is to meet emergency life-sustaining needs such as utilities, prescriptions, food, and other basic needs. This account is funded through special offerings received the first Sunday of the month and through other gifts over and above our tithes to the church. All monies designated "Good Sam" are used for that purpose and that purpose only.
Opportunities to Serve through Giving:
- Thanksgiving Baskets: Each year we put together Thanksgiving baskets for those in need in our community. Click for the food donation list. Collection begins Sept. 29th and will run to Nov. 3rd. Donations can be dropped off in the collection bins located in the main hallway.
- Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Ministry: Every fall, we participate in Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Ministry. Our Collection Dates are Oct. 13th - Nov. 10th. For more information: Click Here.
Annual Community Impact: Every year we join with other churches in Nashua and seek to bring the "Shalom" of God to our city. In partnership with the Parks and Recreation Department, Southern NH Rescue Mission, Harbor Home, EMS services, Keystone Hall and Nashua Public Schools, we join together in projects such as beautifying city parks, filling and providing backpacks for students, cards, goodies and fresh produce for the Fire Department and other first responders, encouragement activities for those in recovery, creating hygiene kits for the homeless and other ways to love our city simply because God loves our city! If you would like to contribute to some of our projects, click here for the supplies list. For more information go to: https://www.nashuacommunityimpact.org
Keystone Hall Extension: Each week 15-25 people gather at this addiction treatment center where the Scriptures are presented and discussion had about the difference making Gospel. Other extended ministries are offered as well, including transportation to Sunday morning worship gatherings.
CRU Missionary Support: We regularly support our CRU (formally Campus Crusade for Christ) missionaries, Emily and Edward Brake, in their efforts to be a redemptive presence on the campus of UNH.