You can support each of these missions through your individual giving. The second Sunday of each month is our "Mission Sunday." In addition to our regular giving, we encourage everyone take part by including a donation using our special mission envelopes (found in your bulletin). This offering is divided equally among our supported missions below.
If you are interested in or have questions about the missions we support, or would like the latest updates, please contact the church office and we will put you in contact with our Missions Chairperson. Our Missions Committee meets once a quarter and we would love to have anyone with a heart for missions come and join us!
B.I.C.M. trains and assists with
Planting mostly in Caribbean countries.
Earl & Ruthanne Haubner
CBM works with Brazilians along the Amazon River. They have planted several village churches and make regular trips down river in their medical mission boat.
Formally Pregnancy Care Center
Crisis pregnancy center that focuses on both educational and spiritual needs of those facing unplanned pregnancy. They also provide abstinence education for the community.
Lynn works through CMF to provide literacy and ESL education to the Turkana people in Kenya, Africa, while at the same time, sharing the gospel with her students.
Kevin & Susan
ECV is located in Zimbabwe, Africa and serves the physical, educational, medical, and spiritual needs of children who are orphaned, many of whom have AIDS.
Hilltop serves as a summer camp and retreat center where children and adults can come to a peaceful setting to learn and grow in their relationship with Christ.
International Disaster Emergency Services
IDES provides disaster and emergency relief both in the US and internationally. They work through local churches and missions to provide aid, both physical and financial.
MMS functions as a refuge, resource, and relief for children in need by providing residential care, a first-class education, and continued spiritual guidance.
The Spartan Cupboard is open to the community the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month. Southwestern Consolidated School District is grateful to be able to provide our community with a food pantry on campus. Only proof of residency is required, no proof of income necessary. Patrons can choose from a variety of food items such as canned foods, breakfast items, boxed foods, personal care items, and both fresh and frozen food items.
We have an area at the church where we accept donations for the Spartan Cupboard and help meet the needs of specific items when requested.
TCMI develops Christian men and women for leadership and provides benevolent assistance in Europe and Central Asia. The institute (at Haus Edelweiss) is in Austria.
Betty serves as the Vice President of Prayer, Operations, and Personnel. She assists new missionaries in their preparations to go into the field and coordinates prayer groups.