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Adventure Bible Camp is five mornings of intense singing, you-are-there bible lessons, craft experiments, crazy activities staffed by an amazing team from the church. Last summer, the building was transformed for a "High Seas Adenture" with a ship dominating the chapel platform. This year's Adventure Bible Camp is August 8-12.

The best outreach takes place as we all live and speak the reality of our faith through each day’s opportunities. Whether a planned moment to share the good news or an opportunity that arises unexpectedly, we should all be living to bring people to Jesus.

Beyond those, there are opportunities the church is involved with that expand our sharing the Gospel.

TheTinkham Road Girls Outreachserves young girls temporarily housed at the Terri Thomas Girl's Program. A team of women bring the love and hope of Jesus to these young girls with a weekly time of encouragement, prayer, and Bible study.

A small team minister at theHope Centereach month. They offer a bible study to those in the first steps of recovery.

The church serves those incarcerated in two ways. A team of women partners with others ministering to the women at the Women's Correctional Center in Chicopee. They serve on Monday nights in a Bible study and time of encouragement.

A number of people are involved in theREC (Residents Encounter Christ)ministry. This is a ministry drawing people from a number of churches ministering to men in the Hampden County House of Correction in Ludlow, women in the Women’s Correctional Center, and those in the Western Mass. Correctional Alcohol Center. They present a weekend retreat to selected men who are then eligible for a Wednesday nightRECgatherings.After RECis a gathering of those released from these facilities and meets Thursday nights at Trinity Church on Sumner Avenue, Springfield.

Tags: Church, Outreach

And there is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.

Acts 4:12