Outreach Ministries

ABRM (Addictive Behavior Recovery Ministry) endeavors to educate the individual, family, church and community of the adverse effects of substance abuse. ABRM facilitates weekly support groups meetings and individual counseling, and provides resources for prevention, intervention and addiction treatment.

Ministry Leaders – Min. Chris Coleman & Laverne Williams

This ministry adheres to the dictates of the Great Commission as outlined in Matthew 28:19 & 20, to go into the uttermost parts of the world and make disciples. Extensive time has been spent in South Africa and Haiti spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ. We also provide sponsorship of tuition, shoes, uniforms for students, food, clothing, and other supplies to people in poverty stricken areas.

For more information and to donate to Global South African Mission please click link.

http://mdonia.org/mmbc/foreign-mission/

The Home Mission visits and evaluates the needs of the Sick and Shut-in to determine the level of care that can be provided.
Members of the Ministerial Staff lead weekly bible studies, workshops, counseling, etc. in the local jails, prisons and juvenile detention centers, providing a foundation based on the Word of God that will meet the spiritual needs of inmates. Additionally, we provide resources and aftercare that facilitate a smooth transition back into society after release. Most importantly, we provide the means necessary for those released to continue their Christian walk.

Ministry Leader – Rev. Alfonzo Bush

Outreach Volunteers for the Good News Jail & Prison Clothing Ministry

This ministry provides life sustaining services for individuals and families throughout surrounding communities, by ministering to spiritual and physical needs.

Services and Programs: Clothing Giveaways, Holiday Gifts and Food Baskets, Personal Hygiene Supplies, and Benevolence

Ministry Leader – Nieka Berry

S.W.A.T. (Soul Winning Action Team) is a ministry which actively canvases the neighboring community of the church to seek those who do not know Jesus Christ as their personal savior. Their focus is to witness to the lost and cause them to seek Christ as their Lord and King. S.W.A.T. not only witness through community, but also charitably give to those who are in need of clothing and food. S.W.A.T. ministers through neighborhood revivals, clothing disbursements and door to door evangelizing. S.W.A.T . members are taught the dynamics of witnessing to others of other doctrines and beliefs, which do not have Jesus Christ as their saving efficacy for salvation. S.W.A.T. meets the first and third Saturday of the every month.

Ministry Leader – Rev. Willie Wilson

“If a brother or sister is poorly clad and lacks food for each day, and one of you say to him, Good-bye! Keep yourself warm and well fed, without giving him the necessities for the body, what good does that do? So also faith, if it does not have works is dead.” James 2: 15-17

The Soup Kitchen is an outreach program of Macedonia with a twofold purpose. It provides an opportunity for us to be obedient to the Word of God as outlined in James 2:15-17, and it is a program that helps us to fulfill the vision of the Church. Our vision is to improve the quality of life for our members and the surrounding communities.

The Soup Kitchen is staffed by volunteers of the Church, and it is open each Tuesday from 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm. If we can be of service to you, we welcome you to come and participate in this program.

“For I was an hungered, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in: And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.” (St. Matthew 25: 35 & 40)

Ministry Leader – Sister Donesa Jackson