This programme reaches out to several poor communities in Ghana whose adverse socio-economic conditions including malnutrition and poor hygiene usually result in high mortality rates. Since the late 1990’s, the church has been involved in regular social relief actions to these communities to alleviate their plight. In recent times, communities and districts such as Northern, Upper East and Upper West regions of Ghana have benefited from this intervention. The communities benefit from free medical screening and care, food items, potable water and other social amenities. The Community Outreach programme has also created the opportunity for the church to take special action on children and the elderly who require urgent and critical medical care to save their lives.