“Which of these three, do you think, proved to be a neighbor? The one who showed him mercy. And Jesus said to him: You go, and do likewise.” — Luke 10:25-37
The followers of Jesus Christ are told to love our neighbors. But in the parable of the Good Samaritan, Jesus talks about what it means to be a neighbor. He says we should be aware of others around us who have needs. And to be available to showing compassion and mercy to them in practical ways. Who has God placed in your life to whom you can show mercy?
For more about this parable of the Good Samaritan, listen to the May 16, 2010, message from Al Hodges, director of Compassion Ministries.
You may also listen to Pastor Jeff Daley’s biblical rationale for outreach “A Vision for Outreach at SGC”.
Meal Preparation and Delivery
The food ministry needs people to help prepare and/or deliver meals. Interested? Contact Susie Lee at 303-901-4616 or Samantha Butler at: firstname.lastname@example.org.February 15, 2013
Do you have the time and talent to provide for someone’s practical needs? MoreJune 4, 2012
Meals on Feet
These meals are needed and used regularly by people in our church during long illnesses, financial crisis, and in many other situations. We would like to invite everyone in our church body to participate. Just prepare a meal for freezing, … MoreNovember 29, 2011
Orphan Care Opportunities
Check out these wonderful opportunities to care for the orphaned in tangible ways! MoreNovember 7, 2011
IC is a ministry to the international community in the Denver area, reaching out to international students, immigrants and refugees. Ministry takes place… MoreApril 7, 2011
Donate Your Car
The donation of your car can benefit “Good Neighbor Garage” in Denver. GNG serves low-income working families by providing reliable, low-cost transportation. For information: www.goodneighborgarage.comApril 7, 2011