Quest is passionate about outreach! Whether it’s collecting food and clothing, ministering to the disadvantaged, serving seniors, fighting to stop sex-trafficking or providing education to end HIV/AIDS we’re doing it with passion.
Community and Worldwide Outreach
God loves the people who live in our community, so we think it is important to show His love for them in practical ways. We will strive to communicate the hope of Jesus in a culturally relevant way so the lost in our community may be won to Christ.
We will also support missionaries around the world with resources and prayer.
As Christians, we are called to go forth with the gospel, spreading it to neighbors and nations. That is why we have two distinct outreach ministries at Quest Church:
Local Outreach exists to help the church multiply by igniting a passion to follow Jesus. The vision of Local Outreach is to come alongside people to do the work of evangelism by sharing the gospel through relationships with friends, family, coworkers, and neighbors.
Jesus' last command should be our first priority. As Christians, we are called to spread the Good News all over the earth.
But why should we care about the world "out there," when there are so many needs right here at home? Because Jesus did. And does. And He moves through us, the Church. He has given us the incredible assignment of making disciples of all nations and being His witnesses to the ends of the earth. (Matthew 28:19,20; Acts 1:8)
Global Outreach is the cross-cultural communication of the gospel. It is taking the message and life of Jesus around the world to those who have not yet heard.
Check out our How to Share the Gospel class. It's a great way to get equipped for evangelism. More information is coming soon.
Throughout the year, we emphasize the importance of engaging with neighbors (friends, family, and coworkers). The hope is that this act of love will help build bridges of grace that will support the weight of truth. Each summer, we make neighboring a special focus at Quest. Make sure not to miss this summer’s initiative!
The idea of community comes from the sense of responsibility we have for each other. In the Bible, God encourages us to take care of our brethren while following the word of the Lord. We must remember the importance of maintaining the connection with our fellow man to ensure a thriving community.
Scripture Reference About Outreach