Oasis Church supports a variety of ministries through financial gifts and other means and resources.  Below are a few of those ministries which we support on a monthly or quarterly basis.

  • Charlotte's Web of Prayer

    Charlotte's Web of Prayer is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by Chris DePaolo.  Chris and other CWoP volunteers visit local Pediatric Intensive Care Units (PICU) and offer sick children a gift to lift their spirits and distract them from their current medical, often life threatening, situation.  As they meet with these children they continue trusting God to provide an opportunity to pray for the children and their families. With the each family's permission their specific prayer requests and needs are made known on the CWoP website at   Submit a prayer request for a child you know here.

  • Children's Rescue Mission

    Children’s Rescue Mission is a non-denominational Christian organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty for Honduran children and families by providing relief, aid, and educational programs that empower individuals, families, and the community.

  • Cheshire Food Pantry

    The Cheshire Community Food Pantry (CCFP) provides food to Cheshire residents in need.  In partnership with interdenominational organizations in Cheshire, the Pantry provides services which improve the quality of life of individuals and families.

    The Cheshire Community Food Pantry, Inc. is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization and donations to it are tax-deductible.  Donors receive an acknowledgement for their gift upon request.

  • Hope homes International

    In 2001, Moira and William founded Hope Homes International. HHI is registered as a 501(c)3 in the U.S. and as a Society and Charitable Children's Institution (CCI) in Kenya. Using ten donated acres, they have built two "family homes" where over 20 rescued children live with two Kenyan house couples who serve as full-time surrogate parents.

  • Hope Pregnancy Center

    Hope Pregnancy Center was started with the goal of being a safe and caring place for women before, during, and after an unplanned pregnancy to receive help, information, and hope!  Since 1985 over 6,000 clients have received free and confidential services.  Hope Pregnancy Center does not perform or refer for abortions.

  • Moms in prayer International

    Moms in Prayer International (MIP) is a global ministry that gathers moms weekly to pray scripturally for their children and schools. There are MIP groups in 140 countries and every state, with 50 groups in Connecticut. During these turbulent times when our schools and our children are under attack, prayer is, without a doubt, the most effective protection we can offer. Now, more than ever, there is urgency to cover our children and schools in prayer.

    MIP meets in Cheshire on Tuesday mornings from 8:45-9:30 a.m. at Oasis Church.

    If you’d like to join us, please contact Joellen Putnam at or (203) 272-1864. For more information, visit

  • Ädelbrook

    Ädelbrook was founded in 1900 by the Swedish Evangelical Covenant Church. Dedicated and opened as The Swedish Christian Orphanage, its purpose was to “provide a home for homeless and neglected children... and provide not only for the physical needs of a child, but that the Word of God be that each child may discover the joy and security of a Christian faith.”