Our baptismal covenant calls us to “seek and serve Christ in all persons,” “strive for justice and peace among all people,” and “respect the dignity of every human being.” We practice this by caring for those beyond our doors through our Outreach ministries.
Holy Comforter’s Food Pantry Ministry is open every Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m. and
serves an average of 100 families per week. It is supported by Second Harvest of the Big
Bend. Volunteers are needed to bag and put away deliveries during the week and to
help distribute food on Saturdays.
The Cuba Ministry works to support churches in Ceballos and Baragua. Mission trips are
set to resume in 2023.
After Hurricane Michael struck over three years ago, members of Holy Comforter formed
the Disaster Relief Ministry to help with recovery from natural disasters, including
financial support and work groups to clean up and make repairs.
Technology has been an essential outreach ministry during the pandemic. Livestreaming has been available for Sunday worship services and memorial celebrations of life. In addition, parking lot services, weekly streaming videos, and video recordings have enabled family and friends who could not attend in person to participate. Technology works closely with our Concert Series Ministry.
Grace Mission’s Ministry to the poor is supported by Holy Comforter. Church services, meals, showers, and education are being resumed. Volunteers are needed to serve meals and organize clothing giveaways.