The Benevolence Ministry has been established to provide financial assistance with a spiritual focus to the members of the Deep River congregation and people in the High Point area, when such assistance is likely to be effective in helping a long term solution to his or her difficulty.
The assistance is primarily for the purpose of providing food, shelter, and clothing.
Galatians 6:10 encompasses the focus of this ministry. “So then, while we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, and especially to those who are of the household of the faith.”More Information
Reach out to those seeking to grow in their knowledge of the Jesus Christ through Bible study that may not be able to attend worship services or Bible studies at the building using pre-ordered Bible study curriculum for Q&A; this may include these include the sick & shut-in, those incarcerated or those who may contact the Deep River website with questions.
To provide Bible study opportunities for the Triad community. There are currently Bible studies on two local college campuses, an independent living facility, a substance abuse recovery facility, a homeless shelter, at the Deep River church building, and in the homes of Deep River members.
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Provides evangelistic opportunities & follow-up to visitors who attend services from & from community contacts. These studies are conducted wherever & whenever convenient for the individuals participating in the studies.More Information
Day in the Park is an annual festival presented by the High Point Arts Council. It is held on the 3rd Saturday in September at City Lake Park. It is a full day of family activities, entertainment, food, and more.
Deep River operates a booth every year with information about our church family. We distribute biblical study materials and just meet and talk with people. We have the opportunity to connect with approximately 8,000 people who pass through the park on this day.More Information
The purpose of the Dorcas ministry is to use our hands for good works, making items to fill needs that have been identified both within and outside of the Deep River family. In filling those needs, we hope to bring people closer to our Lord by providing items that will let the recipients know they are loved by the Lord and the Deep River family. Dorcas participants sew quilts for children entering foster care thru both Agape and the Guilford County Department of Social Services - quilts that remain with the child forever to remind them they are loved. Comfort quilts and prayer shawls are made for members of the congregation and their families that are experiencing loss, severe illness, or life changing traumas.
Comfort Quilts are also made to support the mission to minister to and testify to individuals in ICU. Quilts are also made and sent to areas needing disaster relief. Winter scarves are crocheted and knitted to distribute to area homeless. Receiving blankets, carrier bags, baby mittens and articles of clothing are sewn for the Ship of Life mission in Cambodia. Pillowcases are produced for those in Hospice Care.
Within the congregation, Dorcas members sew items as needed - items as diverse as baptismal garments, puppet costumes for Lads to Leaders, Bible story costumes, curtains, and art aprons for the Journey Land children's education program, and kitchen aprons for congregational fellowships.More Information
The Deep River Food Assistance Ministry works directly with and supports Food Assistance, Inc. (FAI), a Christian nonprofit charitable organization based in Greensboro, NC that serves low-income and disabled seniors in Guilford County with upwards of 150 community volunteers delivering food, friendship, and hope. These groceries are at no charge to the recipients.
Deep River members serve in this ministry by delivering food to High Point participants and packing groceries at the warehouse.More Information
Purpose: Community outreach & benevolence to provide gently used clothing, food, and household items to those in need.More Information
Assist families during the Thanksgiving & Christmas holidays with food, clothing & something for the children that may not be able to have otherwise.More Information
Purpose: Community outreach & Bible study at a substance abuse rehab facility; to network with this agency that provides rehab services for many in the Triad community struggling with addiction (for men only).More Information
The Missions Ministry seeks to spread God’s word around the world through the support of missionaries in the field.
A team from Deep River travels to Cozumel, Mexico each year to support the work at the Cuidad de Angeles orphanage. We work in concert with teams from other congregations to serve the children by performing campus maintenance, engaging the children through various planned activities, have meals together, and simply show God's love to the children and those who living on campus who care for the children full-time.
Other missions supported by Deep River include:
Eastern European Missions (free Bible distribution throughout Central and Eastern Europe, where there is overwhelming demand for God's Word)
Zambia Missions (Training "self-supporting, spiritual leaders who are equipped for holistic rural ministry throughout Central Africa")
Redeeming Recife (Pruitt Family - Recife, Brazil and surrounding region)
Fundraising events are scheduled periodically for our Mexico mission trip. We also send cards and/or letters of encouragement to our missionaries.
Purpose: To reach out through service to families experiencing hardship & homelessness; to network this community agency that provides emergency shelter for the homeless in the Triad communityMore Information
Assist members and non-members with transportation to church services and events.