Intellectual and learning disabilities do not stop over 400 special needs members from connecting with God every week at City Harvest’s Jesus For All Minds (JAMs) Church.
These past 20 years, City Harvest Community Services Association (CHCSA) has brought the Church Without Walls vision to the streets.
Flip Flops For A Good Cause
Aftershocks, mountainous terrain and roadblocks could not stop the rebuilding of the Keystone Boarding School in Sindupalchowk, which reopened a year after the April 2015 earthquake.
MS Care has been serving patients with multiple sclerosis for the past 13 years. It has helped clients find hope in the midst of fighting their illness.
CHCSA seeks volunteers to serve seniors twice a month for two hours on Saturday mornings.
What started as a simple call to “find a need and meet it, find a hurt and heal it” 20 years ago became City Harvest Church’s turning point. We look back at two decades of the Church Without Walls movement.
City Harvest Community Services Association brought the good old times back to the elderly on Parents’ Day.
Support patients suffering from blood cancer and sign up for this walkathon.
Unlabelled Run aims to break the stigma put on ex-offenders with a record-breaking tattoo run.