Motivated by the great love of the Saviour, the church is engaged in many activities to benefit mankind. We minister to the needy of various ages, backgrounds, and countries. And where God opens doors, we share the Good News of salvation through Jesus Christ.
In addition to the outreaches listed here, many of our congregations have active local ministries in their communities. Information about those can be found on their websites.
Apostolic Christian HarvestCall
HarvestCall is an outreach arm of the Apostolic Christian Church of America. It is a new ministry formed from the merger of the ACCA’s World Relief and Mission Committee.
HarvestCall’s purpose is to enable the Apostolic Christian brotherhood to proclaim Christ and serve others beyond the capacity of the local church. By working together, they strive to alleviate suffering and despair around the world by sharing Jesus through words of truth and deeds of compassion.
Apostolic Christian Counseling and Family Services
Through counseling and teaching, ACCFS nurtures the spiritual well-being of individuals through God’s Word as it relates to their emotional, relational, and mental health needs. Their goal is to alleviate suffering and to promote Christian maturity so that people can grow in their likeness to Christ, experience a deeper relationship with God, and enter into a more effective life of service to others. They provide information, referrals, consultations, and counseling; training in Biblical financial stewardship; topical presentations.
Rural Gospel & Medical Missions of India
RGMMI spreads the gospel and establishes and develops all phases of church work by the means of preaching, witnessing, education, social uplift, orphanage/boarding homes and medical work. It is governed by a Board of Directors, which is accountable to the ACCA Elder Body.
This is a new communications ministry resulting from a reorganization of Apostolic Christian communications groups. Onward Media's purpose is to strengthen the church by providing easy access to engaging and enriching spiritual content from an Apostolic Christian perspective. It manages AC Publications, AC Central,
The Silver Lining, this website, and more.
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Care for the Elderly
Apostolic Christian Home
Nursing home and retirement village in Sabetha, Kansas
Apostolic Christian Restmor
Skilled nursing center in Morton, Illinois
Senior care and retirement community in Elgin, Illinois
Apostolic Christian Skylines
A continuing care retirement community in Peoria, Illinois
Fairview Haven Retirement Community
Nursing home and retirement village in Fairbury, Illinois
Parkside of Morton
Retirement center in Morton, Illinois
Woodhaven Retirement Community
Nursing home and assisted & independent living units located in Livonia, Michigan
Apostolic Christian Home of Eureka
Nursing home and retirement community in Eureka, Illinois
Apostolic Christian Village
A continuing care retirement community in Rittman, Ohio
Apostolic Christian Home of Roanoke
Nursing and retirement home in Roanoke, Illinois
Christian Care Retirement Community
Retirement Community with Independent, Assisted Living & Skilled Nursing in Bluffton, Indiana
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Care for the Disabled
Apostolic Christian LifePoints
Serves adults with developmental disabilities (disabilities that occur prior to age 21 and result in delays or impairments in motor skills, communication skills, self-care skills, learning skills, etc.).
Care for Children
This children's home in Leo, Indiana provides residential childcare, on-grounds schooling, foster care, adoption and home-based services.
Casa Vida y Esperanza (House of Life and Hope)
CVE is a children's home located in Magdalena de Kino, Sonora, Mexico which helps troubled Mexican young people break free from the grip of generational brokenness by showing them the truth, love, and hope of Jesus Christ. This is done by giving them mentorship in an enduring Christian family and long-term support structure.
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Apostolic Christian Church Endowment Fund
The Endowment Fund is an independent charity of the Apostolic Christian Church. It was established by the elder body to provide alternative opportunities for those who wish to make lifetime or longer-term charitable gifts within the framework of the church for the benefit of its charities or organizations, such as many of those listed above. Its purpose is to accommodate extended gift-giving situations with a means for continuous stewardship of assets that are given to the church for the Lord’s work.
The Apostolic Christian Endowment Fund committee is available to provide professional advice at no charge to anyone considering gifts to any Apostolic Christian charity. You can contact the committee by calling Brent Steiner at:
Apostolic Christian Endowment Fund
10699 Steiner Road
Rittman, OH 44270