Church Ministries

God calls His children to serve.  We serve our King, our family, our community and the world. There is something for everyone at Danube International Church. From dynamic children's and youth programs to inspiring worship to opportunities to make a difference in Budapest and around Eastern Europe, Danube International Church is for all people. Below you will find a list of the ongoing ministries of Danube International Church. God might use the information below to stir your heart to get involved in God’s kingdom work through this community.

 

Worship Team – We love to praise the Lord because He is worthy! Music gives the congregation an opportunity to praise Him together. Each Sunday morning various worship teams, coordinated by Matt Paschall, lead our congregation to the throne of God. There are also opportunities to share special music with the congregation. We’re grateful that the Lord provides a wide variety of musicians who share their gifts with the church.    

            For more information contact Matt Paschall, danubeworship@gmail.com

 

Tech Team – On Sunday mornings Austin coordinates volunteers who help with projection and sound during the service. Pease let him know if you have experience in this area or an interest to serve.

            For more information contact Tom Seely, tom.seely@ccci.org for projection. Contact Denis Argachof, denis.argachof@gmail.com for sound.

 

Danube Connection Team – We are blessed to have many visitors.  Whenever someone located in Budapest visits, we want to connect with them, get to know them, learn their story and invite them to be part of our community.  Our connection teams follow-up our visitors. 

            For more information contact Jim Kessler, jim.kessler@ccci.org 

 

Fellowship Team – Most everyone who comes to church would be happy to discover a great social context in which they can make friends and get to know the great people at Danube.  Our Fellowship Team makes this happen.  Each month, after one of our services, the Fellowship Team organizes coffee and snacks, or cold drinks on the terrace, or a full meal.  Silas guides this team that serves us all.  We are so appreciative of all of the efforts.

            For more information contact Silas Polarouthu, vamsidharpm@hotmail.com

 

The Matthew 25 Ministry – We are surrounded by those in need.  Some are part of our congregation, some live in our community.  Jesus says, I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in…” (Matthew 25:35)  He commands his followers to serve those in need.  Tina Curby leads our ministry to provide food and assistance to those described in Matthew 25.

Current needs are:

  • Juice (1 L- Orange, Apple, Multi-V)
  • Body Lotion
  • Boxed Milk
  • Body Wash/Shampoo
  • Canned Fruit (M. Orange, Peaches)
  • Diapers Size 6-7/Baby Wipes
  • Peanuts
  • Tooth Paste/Tooth Brushes
  • Cooking Oil
  • Laundry Detergent

            For more information contact Chris Alexander, calexander@icsbudapest.org

 

Missions Around the World – Danube supports long-term and short-term missionaries.  Our missions committee helps our church stay in touch with our missionaries and gives updates about how to pray for their needs.  It helps our church direct finances to our own youth as they explore missions during the summer. 

            For more information contact Jim Samland, jim.samland@ccci.org

 

Women's Ministry - Fun, fellowship and growth in our Lord are the big areas we as women need! Would love for you to join us and even             volunteer when you can.

           For more information contact Barbara Allen, barb.allen85@gmail.com

 

Men's Ministry - Opportunities for men to fellowship, hang out, learn from the Word and do MAN STUFF.

           For more information contact Larry Milks, larry@themilks.org

 

Foreigners to Friends - In order to help as much as possible with the influx of refugees, our Foreigners to Friends ministry provides clothing, food, and love in the Name of Jesus to offer hope to people in desperate need. 

            For more information contact Matt Paschall, mnpaschall@gmail.com