Health and Social Care

To identify vulnerable individual's in need

To assess these individual’s health and social needs

To work in collaboration with agencies and organisation such as, church hospitals, hospices, nursing homes, families, councils and other local authorities to help implement plans of actions to help meet individual’s needs.

This project is designed to meet the needs of individuals such as:

  • Church  members

  • People in the community

  • Vulnerable people

  • Shut ins

  • Lonely people

  • Hopeless people

  • The dying

The General Overview of the Health and Social Care Community Unit (Group) is to provide help and care for the social and community needs of both Salvation and Deliverance Ministry members and people in the broader community.

The service and purpose provides representation on various matters to enable people to cope with the demands of the social and economic system, so where there is despair we bring hope.

Our aim is to provide home service where necessary whether by serving Holy Communion to the shut in or by offering prayers.

We will seek to develop community initiatives among young people especially those who are seeking to witness in the community through services to the needy and the use of art, music, drama and social media as a form of communication.

Communication is now the most important element in the Salvation and Deliverance Ministries strategy of developing a conscientious Christian congregation capable of increasing its membership and to respond to the complex situation in which the church operates.

The objective is to enlighten and educate a Christian opinion in a crusade to rid God’s world of hostility, hatred, violence, crimes and fears.

Saving our Men's Ministry

Save our Men’s ministry was founded and established by Bishop D. G Greaves in 2011, where he launched this ministry with some renowned speakers. Bishop Greaves was impregnated with this vision for some years before giving birth to this vision.

He was inspired by God after speaking this great message in the Sunday service when the revelation came to him from the Book of Exodus chapter 1:1-21 on the topic of “The Egyptian Bondage”- save our men.

The new king Pharaoh and the Egyptians made the children of Israel to serve with rigor after he discovered that the children of Israel were fruitful and increased abundantly, and multiplied and waxed exceeding mighty, and the land was filled with them. In Exodus 1:15-17, The New King Pharaoh commanded all male children to be destroyed at birth.

In vs. 17, the midwives feared God and did not do what the King of Egypt had commanded them, but saved the men children alive. So this is the revelation of “Save our Men ministry” came from (born for a purpose). The devil is always after our men. I believe that if we can change the heart of men then we can the heart of the nation.

Youth Ministry

1 John 2:14 says "I have written unto you, young men, because ye are strong." Salvation and Deliverance Ministries are passionate about the children of our future and we aspire to influence our young people to be transformation agents in our community. We realise the need to inspire a generation who struggle with living a purpose designed lifestyle and are excited to see what God has in store for the youth of our ministry. 

Our youth department meet on alternate Fridays. Whether its invigorating discussions, socials or even bowling, we always have God at the centre of our enjoyment and take pride in a place to call home. 

Our vision for the youth ministry is for them to bring Jesus to our community and to influence a generation who will become the future leaders of our society.