This page contains information about all the awesome ministries available at Yankton Community Fellowship. If you see this page and it hasn’t been updated, a gentle reminder to the church staff at Yankton Community Fellowship is in order. Let them know you want to learn more about what is happening at Yankton Community Fellowship and how you can get involved.
Candle on the Way
Participants feed and minister to the homeless and the down and out through sharing the Gospel, prayer, encouragement, food, clothing, and love. Candle on the Way teaches people in the church who have not ministered to others that they can, and gives them an avenue for ministry. It gives the Body of Christ opportunity to use their God-given gifts and talents to bless others. People contribute hand-made hats and carves, and home-made goodies to distribute to those out on the street.
Recovery Fellowship Addiction and other destructive habits keep people from achieving their goals and dreams. They can leave people feeling, empty, hopeless and helpless. The Bible talks about the thief in the night that comes to kill, steal, and destroy—that is what our addictions do. Recovery Fellowship’s (RF) Purpose John 8:36 says, “So if the Son sets you free, you are free indeed. At Recovery Fellowship individuals learn how to experience true and
Children’s Ministries is encouraging children of all ages to develop deeper relationships with God, by showing children that they are “fearfully and wonderfully made” by Gods hands with a personal talent or skill that can be used, even at a young age, to glorify God! Verse: Don’t let anyone think less of you because you are young. Be an example to all believers in what you say, in the way you live, in your love, your faith and your purity.
There are many opportunities for women to participate at YCF. Monday 9:30am – 11:30am the ladies Bible study meets at the church. The women also get together bi-monthly for a “dinner and a movie” where they dine together, watch a movie, and answer “Biblically” related questions centered around the movie. The dinner is often themed around the movie. Periodically craft nights are also scheduled.
What is Prayer? Prayer is converse with God; the intercourse of the soul with God, not in contemplation or meditation, but in direct address to him. It is beseeching the Lord, pouring out the soul before the Lord, praying and crying to heaven, seeking unto God and making supplication, drawing near to God, and bowing the knees. Prayer presupposes a belief in the personality of God, his ability and willingness to hold conversation with us, and His personal control of all
Purpose The Deaconesses are involved with the elders in the care ministries of the church family and extending into the community. Duties and Responsibilities Keep the Body of Christ in prayer throughout the week via e-mail prayer chain. Prepare communion elements Assist female candidates at baptismal services. Provide flowers, cards, etc…to the poor and sick among the church family. Attend called deaconess meetings. Provide and/or organize individuals to prepare refreshments
Purpose The trustees provide repairs, maintenance, and updating to the church buildings.
Purpose: To provide relational activities for the purpose of growth and outreach. These functions may include: Valentines social Easter Breakfast Mother’s Day activities Progressive dinner Church picnic Bridal showers Baby showers Thanksgiving activities Christmas activities
Jr. High & Sr. High Schoolers meet at the youth leaders home in St. Helens on Wednesdays. Call the church or Kristin for the address.
“The Barrel” Men coming together to help each other hit the mark God has targeted for each of us. “The Barrel” men’s group considers each man to be like a bullet. Each one designed for a specific purpose. The bullet cannot choose its own target but must be aimed. The bullet cannot launch itself, but must be propelled. The propellant cannot light itself but must be ignited. God the Father, chooses the target.
Definition of Missions Yankton Community Fellowship Church defines missions to be any evangelistic endeavor outside our local congregation to fulfill the Great Commission by proclaiming the gospel of Christ, making disciples and gathering these disciples into local congregations, while relating to the needs of the total person (spiritual, physical, emotional and social). Purpose Statement The goal of our missions effort is to win individuals to the Lord, equip them in the faith
Mission Statement: Ushers are the “Watchmen on the Wall”. Their mission is watch the flock, identify potential problems, warn others when danger approaches, and remove the danger. Purpose: · Sets the spiritual climate of the service by pre-service prayer and having a joyful attitude · Makes sure that everything is in proper order so the service may flow with no interruptions ·
Greeters strive to make all who enter our doors feel welcomed and loved. The greeters are the first faces that people see as they enter the church and therefore give the first impression of YCF. As such it is important that greeters are friendly and attentive to the needs of guests. Greeters should exemplify Christian love and service.
Home Fellowship Groups are intimate small group Bible studies led by mature Christians in the homes of church attendees. They are a safe places to connect with other members of the Body of Christ, as we learn and grow together in the knowledge of Christ. Contact the church office for information for times and location of groups. 503-397-3880