ABIDING SAVIOR MINISTRIES
Ministry Task Groups The Church of the Abiding Savior, Lutheran
The Worship, Prayer, and Praise Task Group
is responsible for planning, managing and supporting the worship life of the congregation.
The In-Reach Task Group
is responsible for planning, managing and supporting the fellowship and stewardship life of the congregation, including implementing and maintaining internal contact and visitation with the membership, encouraging membership participation and involvement in church activities, and coordinating and encouraging members to give of themselves, their time, and their possessions in support of God’s work by the church.
The Property Task Group
is responsible for planning, managing and supporting the care and maintenance of all physical property, and the use of our facilities.
The Finance Task Group
is responsible for planning, managing and supporting the financial affairs of the congregation, including budget, loans, and endowments.
The Faith Formation Task Group
is responsible for planning, managing and supporting the faith development of those engaged in our ministry including educational, service and spiritual opportunities for growth.
The Outreach Task Group
is responsible for planning, managing, and supporting our ministry to and with the greater community, including inviting, serving and sharing the Gospel and addressing issues of justice and human need.
The Small Community Garden
The Small Community Garden brings together the NCCU CAMPUS, the DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAMPUS, the COMMUNITY surrounding Abiding Savior, and the CONGREGATION to work on food sustainability by growing and distributing food.
Solidarity Beyond the Walls (prison justice group)
Church of the Abiding Savior, Lutheran in Durham, NC is now home to a prison justice group, Solidarity Beyond the Walls.
We connect prisoners to pen pals on the outside and then, as a community of prisoners and ‘free world’ allies, work together to advocate for prisoners’ civil and human rights and for the transformation of the prison industrial complex into something more humane. We meet on the first and third Sundays of each month at 2pm on Zoom. We also hold periodic orientation sessions for new participants. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter. If you would like to join us or get the Zoom link, just email us at email@example.com