Love and Serve Your Neighbor

What does it mean to love your neighbor during this time of isolation?
How can I serve my neighbor from a distance?

Relax!  God has this! We were MADE for exactly this time!

And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’   The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’  There is no other commandment greater than these.

Mark 12:30-31

While events and gathering are being cancelled; love, kindness, and hope are not. What an incredible opportunity we have been given to focus on what is really important:  Jesus and our neighbors.  As the hands and feet of God, how do we share His love and hope with others in this time?
Loving your neighbor means receiving God's love. Pray and ask God.

What do I have that can be offered to help someone in need?  Here are some great ideas to get you started!

Food items and toiletry supplies
Pray with someone
Send an encouraging card or note
Call or check in with someone
Offer to help a single parent or parents of a special needs child.
Bless someone with a gift card for groceries.
Share inspiring messages of hope on social media.
Look for community opportunities to help.
Connect with friends and family on Zoom, or Google Hangouts.
Join or start a Small Group.
Share CG Church Online Resources such as:
Digital Serving, CG Care Ministries, or Connect to online worship and other CGTV programming.

Do you need help?
Can you offer help in return?

Christ Greenfield is here for you.

We as a family of ministries are here to help each other get through this uncharted territory of taking preventative measures to ensure health and wellness in our local community during the coronavirus pandemic.
Do you need help shopping for groceries because you don't feel comfortable being in public right now? Do you need a few more rolls of toilet paper, soap or hand sanitizer?
Are you able to help someone else with their needs?

We need Online Shepherds!

As our online campus grows we are in need of new online shepherds!  This is a very important greeter role in the new reality of Online Church and Social Media Interaction.  Would you like to explore this exciting new way to serve?