On Mission with Christ

Haven Field Community Church
On Mission with Christ

Haven Field believes that each person within our church community is to be on mission with Christ working through the strength of the Holy Spirit to restore creation to a right relationship with our Creator. As Christians, this is our blessing and responsibility, collectively and individually. We begin on our streets and in our neighborhoods and carry His message to the whole world.

Local ministry and global partnerships provide many opportunities each person in the Communities of Haven Field and the church at large to work with Christ on mission.

Haven Field community groups are encouraged to find ways to share Jesus's love and hope with our neighbors.

We build relationships with men who have turned to Christ to help them out of homelessness, serve our next-door neighbors though acts of kindness, visit and support church communities in other nations, and individually serve as parts of God's presence to the world in many other ways.

Ways we serve
Here are a few of the ways and places HFCC people serve in our community and world. If you have another ministry where you serve, please use this form to submit it for listing.
Children's HopeChest

Through Children's HopeChest, Haven Field sponsors a CarePoint in Eskhaleni, Swaziland. We serve in the community through annual mission trips; funding special projects like education and a water well; and child sponsorship that provides for food, education, and discipleship.

Video from 2014 Swaziland Visit

Each year, Haven Field held an evening golf tournament, "Swinging for Swaziland," to help raise funds for our CarePoint. Through the funds from the tournament, we were able to raise enough money to sponsor 8 children at our CarePoint for one year! Thank you to everyone who participated, and all the glory to God for His provision!

JH Ranch
Young Life

Hoover-Vestavia Food Bank
The regional USDA food bank for areas of Hoover, Vestavia, and other nearby communities has been hosted at Green Valley Baptist Church (1815 Patton Chapel Rd Hoover, AL 35226) for many years. It provides USDA and additional food for families and individuals in the region. People are needed to unload trucks, stock inventory, interview recipients, translate Spanish, assist customers, etc. Unloading and stocking: second Tuesday each month, 8am-10am. Distribution: third Tuesday each month, 8am-11am (varies in December). HFCC contact: Stuart Sentell