The Hub City Church seeks to impact Crestview by partnering with organizations that reach out to those who are in need. We strategically choose to partner with organizations that help children in need because of the emphases that Scripture places on caring for children.
But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the LORD on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare.
Northwood Elementary School
We partner with Northwood Elementary School to provide meals on the weekends for kids who live in food-insufficient homes, mentoring, and volunteers for special events. If you are interested in finding out how you can get involved at Northwood.
Contact: Amy Anderson
Crestview Pregnancy Center
We partner with the Crestview Pregnancy Center to help women who are in crisis pregnancy gain education and understand that there is hope regardless of how bad the situation may be.
We love the ‘Hub City’ and so we make it our aim to serve at as many city-run, community events as we can in order to ‘seek the welfare of our city’ where the Lord has placed us by making it a better place for families and sharing the good news of Jesus with anyone who will listen!
Contact: Pastor Tadd Anderson
We believe that serving the hurting and marginalized is a biblical priority. A large group of those folks in Crestview are the homeless who are just trying to make it day-to-day with the basic necessities.
That’s why we are now ‘Partnering with PATH’, a local organization (Chautauqua Healthcare Services) who has created a framework for helping the homeless population in our area take steps to a better quality of life!
As Jesus’ church, we see this as a great relationship building opportunity to share, not only our material possessions with those in need, but the good news of gospel, that more people might hear about the love of God and have their eternal need for a Savior, met!
Contact: Emily Davidson
Another way that we seek to love and serve ‘the least of these’ in our city is by investing in residents at the Crestview Manor. The Manor is a county-funded, low-income retirement home with many sweet residents who have no family to care for them. Through the ‘Adopt-a-Resident’ program, we aim to ensure they know that not only are they not forgotten, but that they have hope of spending their eternity with their Heavenly Father!
Contact: Yvette Beam
We have strategically chosen to emphasize India in our Global Missions efforts because God has given us opportunities to network with amazing people who have a desire to see the Gospel transform their area, and He has given us the resources to come along side them.
But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.
We are partnering with the leader of Truth Mission to help support, train and encourage pastors to start Churches and to reproduce themselves as leaders. Connected to this ministry are great opportunities to care for some of the poorest children in the world and to help restore families that have been broken by the commercial sex trade.
In addition, we are helping with the vision of the IMB to share the Gospel in some of the most unreached places in India.
We send at least one team per year to help to advance our mission in India and are connecting with other Church’s that share our passion for this mission.