Kingdom Builders consists of a local outreach team that seeks to meet the tangible needs of those within the church family and the surrounding community. Through the coordination of various service projects, this group mobilizes families and individuals of all ages as well as our growth groups to engage in community service and development. By serving our community, we proactively show and share the love of Jesus Christ with our neighbors.
Life Abundant Prison Ministry
Life Abundant Ministry (LAM) is a local ministry that operates through Bucks County Correctional Facility. The mission of LAM is to assist ex-offenders and their families in finding freedom from the bondage of their pasts, building a foundation on the hope of the gospel, and nurturing reconciliation with God and others. Together, Riverstone Church and LAM seek to advance the gospel by producing faithful disciples of Jesus Christ and fruitful members of society.
ChoiceOne: Pregnancy & Sexual Health Resource Centers operate locally in Bucks County and Northeast Philadelphia, PA, and Burlington and Mercer County, NJ. Their staff and volunteers are committed to sharing the redeeming power of the gospel of Jesus Christ with their clients. Unplanned pregnancy is a widespread phenomenon that has resulted in the termination of far too many unborn lives. Riverstone Church supports ChoiceOne, serving as a beacon of hope for redemption and restoration in the areas of sexuality, family unity and development, pregnancy assistance, and various levels of counseling.
We are committed to equipping and sending short-term missions teams each year throughout our region to spread the good news of Jesus Christ. Working alongside regional partners who share similar missional priorities, we seek to engage communities with the gospel in word and deed. Riverstone Church has been working alongside Global Gates in the Metro New York area to reach the growing number of immigrant communities with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Many of our foreign neighbors come from countries where they have never heard of Jesus or do not know the truth of the gospel. We are compelled to invest in these areas of the Northeast so that “those who were not told about him will see, and those who have not heard will understand” (Romans 15:21).