Life Groups

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Contact: the church office at (440) 439-6555
Alcoholism & Its Cure
Tuesday Evening 7:30 pm
Alcoholism & Its Cure Ministry is a scripture-based recovery program designed for participants to be restored to wholeness of life.

Contact:The Gospel House at (440) 439-6555
Altar Workers
The Alter Workers Ministry helps new believers understand their rebirth decision and how to grow in their new faith by discipling and providing follow-up instructions for spiritual growth.

Audio Sound Ministry
The Audio Sound Ministry provides quality sound reinforcement at all of the regular church services and at special functions at The Gospel House so that the Word of God can be clearly heard through spoken word and music. This includes set up and operation of various sound systems, maintenance and troubleshooting sound system components.

Contact: the church office at (440) 439-6555
Baptism Ministry
The Baptism Ministry assists and supports baptism candidates throughout the process by encouraging and guiding the flow in and out of the baptistry.

Contact: The church at (440) 439-6555
Children’s Ministry
The Children’s Ministry exists to reach children with the gospel, teach them God’s Word, and train them to serve. The children’s ministry serves infants through age 12 through various venues: Sunday school, children’s church, and other special events to bring them closer to Christ.

Contact: The Gospel House by calling (440) 439-6555
Food Pantry Ministry
The Food Pantry Ministry supplies families of The Gospel House with food during hardships.

Contact: The Gospel House by calling (440) 439-6555
Funeral Ministry
We are in need of women willing to help with our Funeral Ministry. Help is needed to set up meals, serve and clean-up, as well as provide side dishes and desserts.

Contact the church office at (440)439-6555
Hospital Visitation
Call the church office to request a hospital visit from one of the pastoral staff.

Contact the church office at (440)439-6555
Teen Ministry
Friday Evenings from 7:00-9:30pm
Teen Ministry exists to reach teenagers with the Gospel, to connect them with other Christian teens and to help grow them in their faith so that they can share Christ with their friends. It offers Christian fellowship for young people while supplying them with an opportunity to meet Christ and begin a personal relationship with Him and grow in their knowledge of His Word. This is accomplished through weekly meetings, retreats, camps, service projects, lock-ins, and short term missions projects and trips.

Contact: the church office by calling (440) 439-6555 for event details
The Missions Team
The Missions Team promotes and supports The Gospel House Missions Program and policies. The Missions Team is compiled of people who have a heart for missions and those who are out on the mission field taking the Gospel to the outer most parts of the world. They support and encourage those on the missions field through prayer, correspondence, and special projects. They also work together to promote missions awareness and opportunities to the church family.

Contact: the church office by calling (440) 439-6555
Ministry To Our Military Families
Committed volunteers are needed to correspond with the military for birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays for one year. Anything to encourage our men and women in the service would be greatly appreciated. Help with bulletin board upkeep and current addresses of the service men and women.

Contact: The church at (440) 439-6555
The Prison Ministry
The Prison Ministry shares the life-changing love of the Lord Jesus Christ with inmates and their families through personal correspondence with inmates (Pen Pal Program), through bible studies with inmates, and through services presented at over 26 correctional facilities throughout Ohio. Additionally we sponsor ” Project Angel Heart”, a program to provide Christmas gifts to the children of inmates- presented in the name of their absent parent.

Contact the church office at (440)439-6555
Ushers’ Ministry
The Ushers’ Ministry sets the tone and attitude for the Sunday morning worship services by greeting all church members and guests; keeping the rear of the sanctuary quiet and respectfully attentive as people enter and exit during service; and keeping the halls clear.

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