The participation in and support of diverse outreach opportunities is at the heart of Royal Palm Christian Church’s mission. We provide services to the community and the world through participation in local ministries and the allocation of raised funds.
Causes We Support
Bread for the World – is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad. By changing policies, programs, and conditions that allow hunger and poverty to persist, we provide help and opportunity at home and far beyond where we live. We can end hunger in our time. But churches and charities can’t do it all. Our government must also do its part.
(Bread for the World)
Gateway Food Pantry – (cosponsored by Gateway Community Outreach, a crisis intervention program) – We distribute food each Thursday evening through the pantry we house in our Fellowship Hall. An average of forty families come for help as we fill bags of groceries for those experiencing a difficult time in their lives. Click here to find out more about our weekly food pantry.
Global Ministries – To receive and share the love of Jesus Christ by joining with global and local partners to work for justice, reconciliation, and peace.
Mission Hope / Hope Totes – Provides basic, personal hygiene items to thousands of needy men, women, and children in our communities. Mission Hope serves over 1,300 people every day and they rely on our help with providing basic personal care items. Each spring RPCC collects basic hygiene items to donate to this cause.
Prison Fellowship – Reconnects hurting families and shares the Good News of Jesus Christ with inmates’ children who live right in our area. RPCC supports this ministry and its various programs, like the Angel Tree, throughout the year.
Reconciliation Ministry – Dedicated to practicing faithfulness with regard to the elimination of racism, which exists in all manifestations of the church, to discern the presence and nature of racism as sin, to develop strategies to eradicate it, and to work toward racial reconciliation.
Week of Compassion / Church World Service – respond with help, hope and hospitality to people who have been uprooted and displaced from their homelands by war, environmental catastrophe, famine and natural disaster.
(Week of Compassion)
Youth Ministry – Our youth programs at RPCC are some of our most successful ministries. Through ongoing support we help provide scholarships for youth to go to camp, on field trips, and on mission trips, etc…