ABOUT PROJECT COMPASSION MINISTRIES

Project Compassion Ministries, Inc. (PCM) was founded by Rev. Ed Einem over forty-two years ago to bring the love of Christ to seniors in nursing homes. Under the leadership of the PCM Executive Director, Chaplain Eric Stenson, PCM is implementing the 2015-2106 recommendations of the Redesign Committee, because we know that more churches, congregations, organizations, businesses, retiree groups, and others need to know about this outstanding ministry that helps to improve the quality of life for seniors in nursing homes and other senior venues.

Indeed, with Christ as our guide, the PCM Board of Directors boldly and courageously unified our charge to redesign our beloved ministry and to establish future goals, including:

1. Developing new ministries that build upon our successes while also recognizing that we must be open to new areas of ministry that are essential in the 21st-century services provided to seniors.

2. Developing new strategies to strengthen communication with our urban and suburban Lutheran churches, as new areas of ministry and service delivery are identified.

3. Developing new and ongoing strategies to increase revenue and enhance the Ministry with the ultimate goal of being a self-sufficient non-profit organization.

 

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

 

Project Compassion Ministries is a Christian ministry which affirms the dignity, worth and unique spiritual character of every person regardless of religious affiliation and strives to enrich the quality of life of all persons living, working, and visiting in nursing care facilities and senior living environments.

 

BECOME A PROJECT COMPASSION MINISTRIES VOLUNTEER!

 

We would be honored to have you join our Christ-filled group of Project Compassion Ministries volunteers! All volunteers are trained with initial and ongoing sessions for the areas in which they are interested. Please fill out the contact form and we will be in contact with you soon.

  1. We are looking for volunteers to work with us with God’s Love Bus to help transport our seniors to the venues and events; most of our seniors are wheelchair-bound.
  2. We are also seeking volunteers to assist our Chaplains with their pastoral duties at the various nursing homes in Detroit and the surrounding metro area.

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You can help to financially support Project Compassion Ministries!

 

Project Compassion is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that depends upon public contributions and grants for approximately one-half of its operating revenue.

Project Compassion appreciates the support we receive from corporations, foundations, churches, service clubs, community organizations, families, and individuals.

Donations of all sizes are welcome and help to ensure the ongoing projects of PCM. Please click the link below to make your tax-deductible donation. Thank you for your support!




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