SIAFU-CENTRAL PARK CHAPTER:
Meets every Sunday at 12:30 p.m. The SIAFU Network is a national association of chapters anchored in local urban churches and ministries dedicated to the city. SIAFU chapters are designed to help identify, equip and release spiritually qualified servant leaders to reach and transform our neediest, unreached communities in urban America. Come and enjoy fellowship, food, study, prayer and service. For more information, please contact Mary Flin, 785-431-6000.
JESUS BIBLE MINISTRY:
CPCC providing Bibles to those in our prison ministry and also to Valeo Behavioral Health. These Bibles are not just given away to everyone, but only to those who make a special request for them and the number of requests is unbelievable! Won't you come along side this ministry and help provide a Bible to someone who is in need, and who is searching and desiring a better life. Click here for more important info regarding Jesus Bible Ministry.
Held annually in the Spring, Share Fest is a group of Topeka churches working together to serve others and to demonstrate the love of Christ to the community.
COMMUNITY WORK DAYS:
Volunteers do jobs for those unable to do maintenance and cleanup projects.
PRISON/COUNTY JAIL MINISTRY:
Volunteers connect with the men and women exiting prison or jail and those currently incarcerated. Volunteers lead A.R.R.O.W. programs, GED classes, Loss & Support groups and Bible classes. We are also looking for pen pals for female inmates.
CPCC selects an outreach event to assist others each Christmas. Past support has focused on the Salvation Army, Operation Shoebox and family adoption.
TUMI-Topeka is a training branch of World Impact and provides seminary level education to those who do not have access or do not choose traditional Bible College or seminar education. Courses are offered in 9-week modules and lead to a certificate in Biblical Studies. www.facebook.com/TUMITopeka/
STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION:
Household items are stored and distributed to those in the church body or neighborhood as needs arise. Volunteers are needed to collect, sort and deliver these items to those in need.
A new ministry seeking volunteers to aid shut-ins or disabled persons with small home repair, mowing, grocery shopping and assisting with transportation.
NURSING HOME MINISTRY:
Volunteers are needed to minister to the residents and staff at nursing facilities. These volunteers lead a small worship service once a week at a local nursing home.