SERVE IN OUR COMMUNITY

MATTHEW 25: MINISTRIES

We are volunteering at Matthew 25: Ministries, a local international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization the third Tuesday of every month. More information on Matthew 25: Ministries can be found at www.m25m.org.


CITY GOSPEL MISSION

We serve dinner at the downtown Cincinnati location on the first Thursday of February, April, June, August, October, & December. If you are interested in serving on site or donating food, please email Arlan Howard at ahoward@mtcarmelchurch.org. More information on City Gospel Mission can be found at www.citygospelmission.org.




Our Local Outreach Partners

We have strategically partnered with several local ministry partners to enhance the reach of their ministry and to empower our team of volunteers to serve above and beyond their expectations.

  • MATTHEW 25: Ministries

    www.m25m.org • (513) 793-6256

    11060 Kenwood Rd, Blue Ash, OH 45242


    Specializing in disaster relief and humanitarian aid, Matthew 25: Ministries utilizes everyday items that would normally be thrown out and re-purposes them for those in need, including the local homeless.


  • CITY GOSPEL MISSION

    www.citygospelmission.org • (513) 621-2873

    1805 Dalton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45214


    Founded by James N. Gamble of Procter & Gamble in 1924, City Gospel Mission helps the homeless and hurting break the cycle of poverty and despair … one life at a time. They engage, equip and empower those in need with the spiritual, emotional, mental and physical skills and resources to achieve long-term life transformation and self-sufficiency. Their proven programs and services are centered on caring, personal relationships focused in four key service areas: food and shelter, recovery, at-risk youth and job readiness and placement. They collaborate with more than 350 local churches and 2,500 volunteers to annually serve more than 6,800 adults and 9,800 youth.

  • INTER PARISH MINISTRIES

    www.interparish.org • (513) 561-3932

    3509 Debolt Street, Newtown, OH 45244


    IPM is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that has been serving low income, needy families in eastern Hamilton County and all of Clermont County for 50 years. Their mission is: To provide food, clothing and other communal support to those in need and to empower clients with information, support and services to improve their lives.

  • A CARING PLACE

    www.acaringplace.org • (513) 753-4357

    4446 Mount Carmel Tobasco Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45244


    ACP is a locally organized and privately funded 501 (c) (3) nonprofit agency which exists to aid women and men with pregnancy and/or family-related concerns. Support is offered through an array of no-cost services and educational programs. In an effort to provide a comprehensive approach in serving our clients, ACP collaborates closely with other agencies in surrounding counties. This enables us to provide referrals for the individuals we serve and to receive referrals from those other organizations. The Center documents anywhere from 1,200 to 1,600 client visits annually. A great majority of our clients are in need of material assistance. While others seek us out for pregnancy testing. We also provide parenting classes, financial life skills classes, sexual integrity education, post-abortion recovery, and more.

  • WOODLAND LAKES CHRISTIAN CAMP

    www.woodlandlakes.com • (513) 797-5268

    3054 Lindale Mount Holly Rd, Amelia, OH 45102


    Woodland Lakes is committed to creating a safe and nurturing environment where campers can grow spiritually, socially, emotionally, and physically while enjoying God’s creation. Campers are provided the opportunity to better understand themselves, their relationship to God, and the people in their lives so they can apply their faith in every day life. Campers of all ages, ethnicity, gifts, and challenges will find their time here enriching and encouraging. We invite you to join us for a summer that is sure to change lives forever.

  • CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

    www.ccuniversity.edu • (513) 244-8100
    2700 Glenway Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45204


    Settled high atop a hill overlooking Cincinnati, Ohio, CCU is committed to providing an excellent educational, spiritual, and social experience for each student. As they go out into the world, graduates bring a Christ-like perspective to their home, their workplace, and their community. Come change the city with us, be challenged by our incredible faculty, and engage in a world that is waiting for you. 2700 Glenway Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45204 (513) 244-8100. Click here for more information about CCU.

  • THE HAPPY CHURCH

    www.thehappychurch.org • (606) 693-0384
    43 Happy Lane Jackson, KY 41339


    The Happy Church is a Christ centered ministry in the most impoverished area in the U.S. Not only do they feed the hungry, clothe the ill-clad, and help the hurting, they also teach the young in music, drama, life skills, and more to build their confidence and abilities to break harmful patterns. With God, all things are possible! 43 Happy Lane Jackson, KY 41339, (606) 693-0384.

  • HOUSE OF PEACE

    (513) 753-7281


    A Battered Women's Shelter in Batavia.

  • PRODIGAL MINISTRIES

    www.prodigal-ministries.com • (513) 861-0011

    206 William Howard Taft Rd Ste 3, Cincinnati, OH 45219


    Established in 1986, Prodigal Ministries Ministries supports men and women with unwanted same-gender attractions. The ministry’s helps have grown to include numerous issues surrounding sexuality including: sexual addiction, sexual abuse, trans-gender issues and extramarital affairs. Through a personal and dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ individuals can experience purity and wholeness. With Jesus anything is possible!

  • MILFORD BATTERED WOMEN’S SHELTER

    (513) 831-1462


    Provides a safe and protective shelter for women of the surrounding area.

  • SAULS HOMELESS SHELTER

    (513) 732-6464

    2403 Old St. Rt. 32, Batavia, OH 45103


    A homeless shelter located in Batavia. We serve dinner and provide additional services when necessary.

  • WEST CLERMONT HS FOOTBALL TEAMS

    We provide meals during summer football practices.

  • Police & Fire Departments

    Annual appreciation meal for our local fire and police departments.