Christian Community Outreach is a special ministry created to help those in need of food, housing and medication.
Developed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) works to improve the health of low-income . . . [more]
Though many of us may not realize the grave disparities that exist in our own communities, people face hunger in every county in Kentucky. They could be our neighbors . . . [more]
HCCO is very blessed to be in a generous community. We work closely with several local farmers to provide fresh fruits and vegetables, in season, to our families . . . [more]
We are Blessed to be in Henderson, Kentucky! With your help, in 2022, HCCO was able to assist;
To see what other activities and programs you have helped support, please view our 2019 year in review video, “Thy Will Be Done”, produced by Darrin Phegley.
I was hungry and you gave me food to eat. I was thirsty and you gave me water to drink. I was a stranger and you gave me a room. Matthew 25:35
Clients may visit Christian Outreach every 30 days to choose groceries for their family. [more]
Families Served: 92,895
Clients should request Utility Assistance in person during regular Food Panty business hours. [more]
Families Assisted: 12,714
Clients should request Rent Funding in person during regular Food Panty business hours. [more]
Families Assisted: 7,248
Clients should request Medication Assistance in person during regular Food Pantry business hours. [more]
Clients should request Emergency Gas Assistance in person during regular Food Pantry business hours. [more]
Bank On Henderson’s Financial Literacy Program. This class is a requirement for all HCCO funding. [more]
``For the body is not one member, but many.``
The body of Christ, or the people that are the whole of humanity, are a team. The body is not supported by one person, but by all of us. We are one, we are strongest working together in unity. Teamwork is the key to living life in harmony, so that we can do God's will.
To be a sustainable ministry to serve the food insecurities of citizens of our city and county and to help our clients find a path of self-sustenance by connecting individuals and families to other community resources.
We all have different gifts. Each gift came because of the grace God gave us. Whoever has the gift of prophecy should use that gift in a way that fits the kind of faith they have. Whoever has the gift of serving should serve. Whoever has the gift of teaching should teach. Whoever has the gift of comforting others should do that. Whoever has the gift of giving to help others should give generously. Whoever has the gift of leading should work hard at it. Whoever has the gift of showing kindness to others should do it gladly. Romans 12: 6-8