As believers, we know that God created us, that our sins are forgiven and that Jesus promised us eternal life with Him in heaven. Still, at times, we may feel hindered by various spiritual, personal, emotional, family or financial challenges. Jesus does provide the spiritual tools to experience victory even when we may not sense His presence, joy or peace.
All the pastors are available for spiritual help. In addition, Pastor Jon Hall provides individual and marriage counseling from a biblical perspective. Call the church at (419) 289-8334 to make an appointment with any of our pastors. Pastor Jon’s cell is (419) 282-6186. .
Inter-Church Care Ministries
Ashland Church Community Emergency Shelter Services (ACCESS) provides temporary apartments for homeless women and single moms for a week or so while they work to stabilize their situation. Contact Tracy Webb, 419.685.0608
The Ashland Care Center (119 Sloan Ave.) equips women in unplanned pregnancies to make healthy choices consistent with God’s gift of life through outreach, education and support.
ashlandcarecenter.org Office: (419) 281-1111 Executive Director: Melanie Miller
The Ashland Christian Health Center (380 E. 4th St.) provides medical care for uninsured or under insured Ashland County residents.
ashlandchristianhealthcenter.org Office: (419) 903-0475.
Associated Charities (located beside the Ashland Fire Department), established over 80 years ago by area churches, coordinates and distributes food and clothing to those in need. Funding comes from churches, food drives and personal gifts, enabling them to distribute thousands of pounds of groceries each year.
associatedcharities.com Office: (419) 281-6061 Executive Director: Rosemarie Donley
Housing Partners of Ashland County (19 W. Main St, Suite 4) helps Ashland County residents to secure safe, decent and affordable housing though rentals, renovation or new homes.
housingpartnersashland.org Office: (419) 281-9669 Executive Director: Emmett Justice
Fostering Family Ministries assists churches to recruit and train foster parents, and also the volunteers to support those families. About 35 traditional foster families and 150 supporting volunteers are needed.
fosteringfamilyministries.org (419) 496-2507 Executive Director: Sherry Bouquet
Transformation Network (1310 Claremont Ave.) provides on-the-job training, life-transforming experiences, and life-skills training.
transformationnetwork.org Office: (419) 207-1188 Director: Dan Phillip
Ashland Special Needs Ministry
Ashland Special Needs Ministry wants to meet you and your family and help in the following ways:
*Provide bi-monthly respite care (Hosts are Ashland Grace and Trinity Lutheran)
*Work toward sending your family to family camp with Joni and Friends
*Welcome your family into a church body - PURE joy meets each Sunday at 10:30am in Room 211 at Grace for special needs of all ages
For more information go to ashlandspecialneedsministry.org Executive Director: Christina Teevan