Antioch is Bigger than Antioch! At ABCOC we are passionate about reaching out to the community. Through our Outreach you have an opportunity to use your God given gifts and talents in service. Demonstrate your love for Christ by giving back to those in need.
Future Care Nursing Home
About: Through this outreach members of ABCOC are encouraged to visit residents of the Pineview location of Future Care. This outreach is designed to bring church service to those residents living at the home. Services may include singing, praying and sharing scripture readings with residents.
Come, join us and see how you will be more than BLESSED.
CONTACT: Deaconess Susie Cato
Meeting Times: 4th Sunday afternoon at 1:30 – 2:30pm
Please note: The Home requires proof of flu immunization for all employees and volunteers.
Share Food Network
Sells affordable, nutritious groceries to families each month through a volunteer-run location. Antioch Baptist Church of Clinton is proud to be one of many locations throughout the Washington metropolitan area supporting the SHARE Food Network Program.
Monthly value packages cost just $21 and include $40-$50 worth of basic and healthy groceries, typically made up of 4-5 pounds of frozen protein products, 1-3 grocery items, and 8-9 pounds of fresh produce. Anyone and everyone may buy as many SHARE packages as they’d like by registering through Antioch Baptist Church of Clinton.
For more information, visit http://www.sharedc.org or contact Deaconess Cato.
All believers are given the mandate to make disciples. (Matthew 28: 18-20). It is not a request, but rather a command from Jesus Christ to make disciples while baptizing and teaching them along the way. Since the evangelistic ministry is a primary function of the church, our purpose is not only to share the Gospel, but also build disciples after pointing them towards Christ. If you would like further information about this ministry, please contact Deacon Gary & Jacqueline Williams.
The ABCOC Prison Ministry exists to reach and encourage those imprisoned within the Prince George’s County penal system. We believe that all humans are created in the image of God. Our purpose is to come alongside men and women through studying God’s word, providing outlets for improved choices, and ultimately encouraging a relationship with Jesus Christ. (Matthew 25) For further information about this ministry, please contact Rev. Furman Hill.
Central Union Mission
Serves the Central Union Mission located at 65 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001. The men of Antioch visit Central Union Mission monthly to share testimony, fellowship, and minister through song. For more information, contact Reverend Hill. FOr specific more information about Central Union Mission, visit http://www.missiondc.org
Meeting Times: 2nd Thursday of each month 6:30pm
The Sunday evening “Father Initiative” is a community outreach program designed to motivate young men (through sports) to embrace positive lifestyles. Emphasis is put on the following:
- Godly living
- Responsible fatherhood
Sports have steered many of the participants to complete high school and enroll in college. Some of our participants have gone on to play overseas sports with Peru, Spain, Portugal and other foreign countries. Some have returned to share their experiences.
We have stressed good sportsmanship experiencing only one fight during approximately ten years of operation. Note: Two of the fighters are now on scholarships in college this year.
Mutual Respect for Others
Some participants now volunteer to pray before each session realizing that everyone is required to form a circle. Participants borrow clothes, shoes or balls regularly to play.
Meeting Times: Held 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. every Sunday
Upward Basketball Program
The UPWARD Sports Program is a Christ-centered sports ministry that focuses upon building social skills within children, encouraging them to live like Jesus, and building basic foundational skills for various athletics.
Meeting Times: Annually September through December. Registration Begins Late Summer