Love INC (Love in the Name of Christ) is a network of over 165 Lancaster County churches from 24 different denominations that allows individual congregations to come together to meet the needs of those in our community, one need at a time, by connecting caring church volunteers with people in need of their unique gifts.
Love INC – Love In the Name of Christ – is here to connect local churches to people in their neighborhoods who need support, assistance and relationship. Please take a few minutes to watch our video and see how that opportunity can change the lives of those in our community who are in some way … Read More
Yesterday one of our amazing clearinghouse volunteers was hard at work answering the phones and connecting with clients. She had a “moment” while working hard. She later shared “I realized today while taking phone calls regarding the ‘Ephrata Project’ that I was feeling that I am in the ‘privilege’ chair! It is an honor to … Read More
A single mom who recently moved from one of Love INC’s Homes of Hope has a bright future ahead of her, because you cared. “Susan” was struggling to make ends meet, even though she was working full time. She had a good relationship with her son and spent every weekend with him, but because her … Read More
This summer we received a call in the Clearinghouse from a Contact Person who was given a respite care request five years ago. An elderly gentleman needed care one time a week so his wife could have time alone to run errands and just have a break. The man’s family was involved as well but … Read More
In our Clearinghouse
In our Clearinghouse, where needs are addressed, prioritized and connected to existing resources or local church congregations
Through Homes of Hope
Through Homes of Hope, a transitional housing program offering families a 4-6 month stay in a church-sponsored, fully furnished home.
Through Flowing Oil Cafe
Through Flowing Oil Cafe, a church-based community meal program offering bi-monthly meals in the Solanco area
Through the Compassion Project
Through the Compassion Project, a practical resource to the local church and Christian community to aide them in acts of compassion
We receive referrals from local social service agencies, medical facilities, churches and individuals, assess the referred needs, and, if no existing services are available, connect them with individuals in partner congregations who respond with help and hope. The needs represent gaps in current available resources, and give the Church an opportunity to reach out and provide support to those in the community who are isolated and in need.
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