What Are Care Communities?

Care Communities are one of the primary ministries of Emmaus127, created to serve and care for the active foster and adoptive families in our church and community. They are groups of 6-10 people who commit to surround these families with love, service, and support to help them as they care for orphans and vulnerable children. From prayer and meals to mentoring and transportation, Care Communities help these families to endure as they care for children.

Care Communities at Emmaus Church were created in partnership with Promise686.

Care Community Model

How Do Care Communities Help?

Meals

Care Communities work together to cover dinner for your family one night each week.

Transportation

Care Communities can help with transportation of foster children to appointments, court appearances, etc as needed.

Childcare

Care Communities work together to provide childcare for monthly date nights and occasional overnight needs.

Spiritual Support

Care Communities surround families with love, prayer, and spiritual support as they serve.

Ready to Get Involved?

Need a Care Community?

Interested or engaged in foster care or adoption? Would you like to explore us building a Care Community around you?

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Interested in Serving?

Want to signup to serve on a Care Community to help support foster and adoptive families as they care for orphans?

Get Started!

Questions?

Interested in getting involved but do you have some questions that you'd like to talk through first? Email our Care Community Coordinator below.

Questions