In the church at Antioch, about 2000 years ago, something awesome happened. Two men – Barnabas and Paul – were set apart by the Holy Spirit in a prayer meeting at a local church and called by God to go to places where Jesus was not known, in what is modern day Turkey, and seek to preach the gospel and plant churches. That was the first mission sending church and every one subsequently ought to continue this Holy Spirit sensing and mission sending model. We have and continue to. We think of mission as a way to understand our existence. Kind of like worship, there is not a time we’re not doing mission. We do mission in word and deed. We engage in mission to the nations and our neighbors.

Missions to the Nations: We currently support over 20 missionaries in 11 countries including Latvia, France, Africa, Brazil, Columbia, Ecuador and Panama.  We support 13 missionaries serving stateside including Prison Fellowship in the Pacific Northwest, College Ministry, church planting in Utah, and International Student Connections. To get more information on specific missionaries on the field click on a nation or organization.

Ministry to our Neighbors: Love In the Name of Christ, Southside Youth Outreach, We Care, Inter-Faith Caregivers, AWANA, Gideons International,  and two jail ministries (Oak Creek Correctional and Benton County Jail).