Morton Apostolic Christian Church 225 E Jefferson St., Morton, IL  61550  ph: 309-263-2883
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Apostolic Christian Restmor

ACR is a 128-bed skilled nursing center certified for Medicare and Medicaid to provide short-term care, long-term care, and complete rehabilitation services. A licensed Special Care Unit provides memory support for Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. The ministry is supported by the Morton and Tremont Apostolic Christian Churches. 'Honoring God by Serving Others,' this 30-year church mission moved to its new community at 1500 Parkside Avenue on April 15, 2008. ACR is affiliated with The Parkside of Morton, a 48-unit independent living community located on the ACR campus.


Apostolic Christian Church of America

This is the official denominational website of the Apostolic Christian Church of America.


Apostolic Christian World Relief

ACWR provides humanitarian aid and volunteer labor to alleviate human misery and suffering throughout the world. This organization participates in activities, domestically and internationally, such as coordinating disaster recovery, caring for orphans, supporting medical teams and clinics, distributing food and clothing, etc.


Apostolic Christian Counseling and Family Services

Provides information, referrals, consultations, and counseling for mental health issues and relationship problems; training in Biblical financial stewardship; topical presentations.



Apostolic Christian Publications

Develops, publishes, and distributes religious materials that promote the spiritual growth and religious training of the Apostolic Christian Church of America.


Gateway Woods

Gateway Woods is an outreach ministry of the Apostolic Christian Church of America that works to reinforce, build, and unify families. The ministry operates a family-focused residential child care program in Leo, IN and a foster care and adoption program.


Apostolic Christian Home for the Handicapped

ACHH is located at 2125 Veterans Road in Morton, IL. It serves adults with development disabilities such as mental retardation, cerebral palsy, etc. The home operates Timber Ridge, a 74-bed facility for individuals with severe and profound medical and care issues, and two 16-bed group homes (Oakwood Estates & Linden Estates) for people with fewer care needs. In addition there are 23 people who live in 3-5 person homes in the community of Morton. They are people who are independent in their care but need assistance with cooking, money management, health needs, etc.


Apostolic Christian Child Sponsorship Program

The Child Sponsorship Program offer members and friends of the Apostolic Christian Church an opportunity to be directly involved in the lives of children that are born in economically distressed areas of the world. A small monthly donation will allow a sponsored child to attend a Christian school where he will learn, perhaps for the first time, the Gospel of Jesus Christ.


Apostolic Christian Church Endowment Fund

Opportunities for lifetime or longer-term charitable gifts within the framework of the church for the benefit of its charities and organizations.


Apostolic Christian Servant Fund

The Servant Fund was established by the Bible and Mission Committee of the Apostolic Christian Church of America in early 2006. The purpose of the fund is to financially support those brethren who are sent by the Apostolic Christian Church to serve, long term, in one of the approved church missions or humanitarian programs. This fund allows individuals sent to the mission field to devote their full time and attention to their calling.


Apostolic Christian Mission Committee

The Apostolic Christian Mission Committee is the spiritual outreach arm
of the Apostolic Christian Church of America. Our Purpose is to present
to the lost the Gospel message of salvation based on faith in the shed
blood of Jesus Christ and a true repentance and conversion. This is to
be done in harmony with the nurturing and instructing of the believers
in the truths of God's Word and the preserving of sound doctrine by
'earnestly contending for the faith,' and serving others in humility and


Casa Vida y Esperanza

'Casa Vida y Esperanza (CVE) in English translates to: 'House of Life and Hope'. CVE is a World Relief and Mission Committee joint outreach located in Northern Mexican state of Sonora, directly below Arizona (about 2 hrs. south of Tucson). CVE exists to: Mentor young lives with the truth, love, and hope of Jesus Christ for today and forever. This includes meeting their physical, mental, and spiritual needs through education, training, and the security and stability of a home life.'