SUMMERDALE CHURCH OF CHRIST MISSIONS
The church here at Summerdale is involved in various missions, both local, within the US, and abroad. Here are just a few organizations the church supports regularly.
If you would like to request assistance from the Summerdale Church of Christ, please fill out the form by clicking the above link. The Deacon of Benevolence and support staff will process your request and get back to you at the earliest convivence.
Childhaven is a Christian Children’s Home, serving adolescents who are in need of a safe, Christian, family-like environment that is designed to transform their lives. Faith building is at the core of our existence, and each resident will be actively involved in the life of the church. Our campus includes programs serving teen Moms and their babies, maternity clients, and girls ages fourteen and older.
Nationally broadcast TV program, overseen by the Elders of the Summerdale church of Christ. Billy Lambert has been the speaker on GTKYB since 2006. Prior to that, GTKYB was a local program on the greater Gulf Coast since 1985. A free Bible course is offered each telecast. Lives have been changed, souls have been saved, & God has been glorified! Please visit the GTKYB web site.
Gulf Coast Bible Camp is a summer camp and retreat facility that is affiliated with the Churches of Christ. The camp is located outside of Lucedale, Mississippi off Highway 98 near the Mississippi-Alabama state line. The camp regularly serves congregations from Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
Since our founding in 1945, Mount Dora Children’s Home has served as a Christ-centered haven for children and families who find themselves in need. This is a place where children are loved because we believe every child is a gift from God, made in His image, and deserving of a good start in life.
The North Alabama Christian Children’s Home is a 501©3 Group Residential Home that is licensed by the state of Alabama to provide 24/7 care for up to 22 children. We seek to provide a “safe haven” for children who have come from an environment where they have been abused, abandoned, and/or neglected. Support of our organization comes from congregations of the churches of Christ, the state of Alabama,
and a host of compassionate, supportive individuals and businesses.
TITUS Camp (Teens In Training for Useful Service) began in 2005 on the campus of Heritage Christian University. It exists for the purpose of training young people to be better equipped for Christian service. Every young person is put into a spiritually enriched environment where they are given the tools and training they need to better serve our Creator. They are given a topic to research and encouraged to prepare a lesson to be delivered on the final day of camp. Several local churches sponsor these young people and allow them to use their talents before graduation.