Faith Promise Mission Program
Faith Promise Missions is at the heart of our mission endeavors. What is it exactly? Faith Promise Missions is a God-given mission endeavor to support 12 ministries/missionaries through the faith-driven contributions of our congregation. Through prayer and seeking God, a commitment is made weekly or monthly to give a specific amount the Lord has laid on your heart. Your offering, in turn, helps to support local missions and global outreach ministries. The Faith Promise Mission Program was founded by Pastor John Coleman in June 2015 who recently stepped down after many fruitful years leading the program. In August 2018, Penney Elder graciously accepted the call to lead the program. Penney brings firsthand experience with missions and makes a great leader to continue to move the program into the future.
For three days in June, the Faith Promise Mission Conference highlights the ministries and missionaries supported. It's an exciting time as our foyer is filled with booths, and presenters share a bit of their resident culture and stories of faith. This year, our annual Faith Promise Mission Conference was held June 24th to June 27th. Missionaries were featured, new pledges were made and hope was shared as we saw first-hand the impact our giving makes on the lives of many! Below are the ministries/missionaries currently supported:
Bless the Children
Mary Jo Courtnay - Missions Service Corps, Arizona State University
Dottie Day - Good News Afterschool Club, a ministry of Child Evangelism Fellowship
Ernie Domgaard - Catalina Baptist Association
Gospel Rescue Mission
Arturas and Asta Narbutas, missionaries to Lithuania
Edna Vasti Peralta - Child Evangelism Fellowship
Jivan and Anita Rai, missionaries to Nepal
Dr. David and Georgia Ralston - Christ to the Nations
Food distribution takes place in our Fellowship Hall every month, on the 4th Saturday of the month, come rain or shine. We are proud to partner with Caring Ministries to provide this valuable resource to our community and those in need. Registration begins at 11am. (Please note: church facilities are not open prior to 11am). Seasonal vegetables and fruits are available as well as many types of bread. Pre-made sandwiches, salads, and other food items may also be available. We ask that you respect the process so that others may have an opportunity to receive. There is no charge and all food items are free.
Road to Recovery
Road to Recovery is a Christ-centered ministry offering support to those struggling with difficult life issues. Meetings are held every Friday evening from 6:30pm to 7:30pm in the small sanctuary. Mens and Ladies small groups meet from 7:30pm to 8:30pm. We hope you'll join us as we draw close to the Lord on our journey to healing and wholeness.