At Souls Harbour Church our passion and vision is to see people saved, healed, set free, discipled, equipped and released to minister both here in Cornwall and around the world.
Jesus’ coming to earth was the greatest expression of God’s love. Another great expression of God’s love is when we meet another person’s need. Whether we give a cup of cold water to someone in His name or pray with another to receive the Lord as their Saviour, we must be actively involved in reaching out to those in need. Through our outreach ministries, you have the opportunity to do just that. We’re committed to equipping you to make a difference in the world in which you live. We have a place for you to serve and want to encourage you to find an area where you can get involved.
The Grow Centre
As a community support hub, the objective of the Grow Centre is to show the love of God in practical ways by helping people in need. We provide the following free support to individuals and families in Camelford, Cornwall and the surrounding areas:
- “Home basics packs” of toiletries and household supplies
- Gently used and new clothing, school uniform, shoes, etc.
- Camelford Foodbank donations, box collection & voucher referrals
- CV writing support
- Special community activities and events, such as our “back-to-school packs” project
- Signposting to additional/other support as needed
Summer Drive In Services
In early 2020 the world was hit with the global Covid-19 pandemic bringing collective church services to a halt. In light of this and the subsequent government guidelines Souls Harbour and many other churches hosted services over the internet. In the summer of 2020 Souls Harbour hosted one of the first drive in services in the country allowing families to sit in their cars and hear God’s word in person if at a distance.
In the summer of 2021, life returned mostly to normal but Pastor David Flanders felt led by the Lord to continue the drive in services as a means of outreach. It continues at various occasions during the summer period at the Ghai Centre between Camelford and Delabole.