Here at Quest we are on a mission to generously extend hope our neighbors. As Jesus followers, we believe it is important to bring transformation by loving and serving the surrounding community. That's what local involvement is all about. Many times the perfect opportunity to bring transformation through love already exists in our own families, workplaces and neighborhoods.
Donations needed for Logan County Lighthouse Emergency Shelter - The shelter needs laundry detergent, pillows, bath towels and personal care items. Bring items to either Quest church location.
The Lighthouse Emergency Shelter provides temporary housing to families and individuals in needs in Logan County. To find out more about the shelter, call 937-935-0450 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quest supports the Logan County Lighthouse Emergency Shelter with an annual financial donation.
New Path Pregnancy Resource Center always needs wipes, diapers, baby shampoo, baby wash, rash cream, Pull-Ups, baby swings, high chairs, and pack-and-plays. You may donate these items at 110 N. Detroit St., Bellefontaine.
Want to volunteer? Contact 592-7734 or go to www.newpathprc.com.
In addition to providing wipes, diapers, clothing and other items donated by our congregation, we also provide monthly support for New Path.
Operation Christmas Child delivers great joy to millions of children around the world through shoeboxes that are lovingly and prayerfully packed with gifts that will delight children. Every gift-filled shoe box is a powerful tool for evangelism and discipleship - transforming the lives of children and their families around the world through the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Our Daily Bread is a free meal program available to the public. The program is from 4 to 6 p.m.on Monday through Friday at 223 Oakland Square (across for the Bellefontaine Fire Department).
Quest serves a meal and provides cookies 5-6 times per year..
Quest is pleased to participate in Angel Tree®, a Prison Fellowship® program that provides a pathway for incarcerated parents to restore and strengthen relationships with their children and families. Volunteers from our church give Christmas gifts and the Good News of God’s love to children in the name of mothers and fathers behind bars. www.prisonfellowship.org/angeltree
Shine FM Ohio is a community-supported, Christian radio ministry. Their purpose is to honor God and encourage listeners though contemporary Christian music, on-air speakers and local concerts and performances. www.shinefmohio.com.
Quest provides monthly operating funds for Shine FM. We also provided funding and volunteers for the Rock the Lake concert.
Union Station represents a collaborative effort among churches and social service organizations in Logan County to create a centralized, Christian ministry for serving people through recreation, education and outreach. Union Station is located at 613 Hamilton St, Bellefontaine. www.unionstationoflogancounty.org.
Quest provides monthly support for the ministry of Union Station. We also fund their church softball team and other sports ministries and men's Bible studies
West Liberty Cares provides a food pantry, emergency funds, clothing vouchers and grocery vouchers to residents of West Liberty Salem School District and people attending Quest and other West Liberty churches.Click HERE for more information.
The West Liberty Cares Food Pantry is located at South Union Mennonite Church at the corner of US 68 and SR 508. It is open the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wednesdays and the 3rd Saturday of the month from noon - 2 p.m. Call 937-465-6085 to request food and funds from West Liberty Cares.
On the 4th Wednesday of each month, the Second Harvest Mobile Pantry truck will disperse fresh and frozen food at the West Liberty United Methodist Church, 202 W. Newell St. West Liberty at noon to Logan County residents. A photo I.D. is necessary. No calling in advance. Bring your own bags and boxes.
Quest partners with West Liberty Cares by providing the food and volunteers for the Food Pantry for August and providing other financial resources throughout the year. In August 2017, we gave out about 44 bags of groceries to our neighbors in need.