Churches and their communities have worked together in ministry for a very long time. Church outreach and community needs have blended to provide resources and spiritual support for the people they serve.
Local churches oftentimes find that the needs of the community stretch their resources. Many church leaders are constantly being creative and innovative in the ways they provide service. There is a long list of opportunities to raise funds for local church ministries. Using the steeples is one way to do it.
Churches are looking for ways to support ministries even in this technologically advanced environment. In order to carry out the ministry of Jesus in their communities, several churches around the country have used their church buildings to house cellular towers within their steeples to bring in much needed revenue for the expansion of the Kingdom of God.
This provides an income source for the church and a needed communications piece for the community. Steeplecom, a vetted sponsor of GCFA, is a company that provides services to local churches to navigate through the maze of telecommunications contracts. If you want more information about Steeplecom, visit their site: www.steeplecom.com/umc.
Whether it’s hosting a community meeting on the needs of children in the area, church services for members and visitors, or bible study, local churches all raise funds to support their ministries. It all comes together for the good of the church, the community, and the people engaged in ministry.