Ferguson Adopt-A-Block

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Since March 2015 The Spirit Church has been a part of the Ferguson Adopt-a-Block ministry which has as it's mission to take the love of Jesus out into the streets of Ferguson by knocking on doors, talking with the residents, offering prayer and just a listening ear.  

Adopt-a-Block is led by Pastor Jose Aguayo, chaplain for the Ferguson Police Department and a Rapid Response Team Chaplain with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, working  in conjunction with pastors and congregants from several local churches.  

Adopt-a-Block participants meet every Saturday  morning to pray first and then break up in teams to go door-to-door in some of the area apartment complexes: Canfield Green Apartments, Northwinds Apartments, and Versailles Apartments and other residential neighborhoods.  

The goal is to connect with the residents, assess the needs, and build trust in order to lay a foundation upon which other outreaches can be built, such as literacy programs, youth mentorship and home repair.  Adopt-a-Block also promotes a sense of  community  by hosting free neighborhood events such as BBQ's, Easter Egg Hunts and Christmas Parties.

The correct times for Adopt-a-Block are 9:30 - 11:30 AM, every Sat.

The next upcoming Adopt-a-Block connected event is Convoy of Hope in East St. Louis on July 22, 2017.

The Outreach Team will be in Ferguson, Missouri ministering through service.  For more details and information on how to participate, call the church office.

Upcoming outreach dates: 

Every Saturday: (9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.)
May 13th
May 20th
May 27th
June 3rd
June 10th
June 17th
June 24th
July 1st
July 8th
July 15th
July 22nd
July 29th

10089 W. Florissant Rd (across the street from Lee's Chicken)
Saint Louis, MO 63136

Adopt a Block concept:

A Church or entity would accept the responsibility of a minimum of one block.  This should be a commitment of a minimum of 6 months.

The adoption will involve the following:

1. the total supervision, (Pastoring) of that block

2.  the visitation of every home on that block on a weekly basis preferably on a Saturday

3.  visitation in the beginning will involve just a hello, prayer, a gift like flowers, candy etc., helping with the yard work, etc., establishing a relationship.

 

Centralization:

1. A monitoring of these groups is essential for the success of the program. This will include a weekly report and follow-ups.

2.  A base for the networking of assistance agencies and groups or churches with resources for distributions can do so maximizing their efforts.

3. This will lead to less confusion and duplication of services and a unification of the community and those hoping to reach and assist.

4. Several Churches have shown an interest in this concept which includes the Mayor who has offered to allocate a building or space for the program.

5. Many outside organizations and Churches have shown an interest in Ferguson for obvious reasons and this concept will help to properly give guidance and direction to where the need is the greatest.

Contact Us

We'd love to hear from you!

For more information on The Spirit Church or if you have question, please contact us at Info@TheSpiritChurch.org

 

To share your testimonies and how this ministry has impacted your life email us at:

Amen@TheSpiritChurch.org

Mailing Address:

The Spirit Church
2300 Millpark Drive, Ste 116
Maryland Heights, MO 63043

Service Address:

McCluer South-Berkeley High School
201 Brotherton Ln.
St. Louis, MO 63135

Contact Us

Church Office: (314) 260-7363
Email:  Info@thespiritchurch.org