The Ministry’s welfare department is tasked with the responsibility of caring for the physical needs of its community. This includes providing support to invited ministers, workers, members and first-time visitors.

The department is staffed by volunteers who are passionate about serving others and committed to making a positive impact in the community. They work tirelessly to provide practical support and assistance to those in need, helping to ensure that all members of the ministry feel valued and cared for.

One of the key responsibilities of the welfare department is to provide support to guest ministers. This includes providing accommodation, transportation, meals and other practical support to ensure that their visit is comfortable and enjoyable.

In addition to supporting invited ministers and workers, the welfare department also provides assistance to members of the congregation who are facing financial or other challenges. This may include providing food or clothing assistance, offering counseling, or connecting individuals with other resources in the community.

The welfare department is also responsible for providing support to first-time visitors to the ministry. This includes providing information about the ministry and its programs, as well as answering any questions that visitors may have. They may also provide practical support such as transportation or assistance with childcare.

Overall, the Ministry’s welfare department plays a vital role in ensuring that all members of the congregation feel valued and supported. Their dedication and commitment to meeting the physical needs of others helps to create a welcoming community where all members can thrive.