Missions and Outreach Ministry
The Great Commission, Matthew 28:19-20, states, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely, I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
We firmly believe that we are ALL called to step up and out into the mission field in some capacity. We believe it is our role to assist you in finding the right fit for that calling. In support of the church, we believe it is important to offer opportunities to serve in these major areas:
- Global Missions
- Local Missions
- Community Outreach
These areas are also known as our “Four Pillars.” We will continue to pursue avenues that are in line with the Four Pillars, as well as strengthening relationships with our current missionaries and outreach partners. As our church grows, our outreach will as well.
If you would like more information about serving on local or international missions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
My 360 Project
One of our international partners, My360Project gives shoes to children around the world while providing sustainable jobs for Artisans who uniquely craft the shoes.
Compassion Youth Mentoring
Keeping local Youth from falling victim to Human Trafficking, we partner with CYM for a variety of things.
Arizona Reservation Ministries
Loving on our Native American brothers & sisters, A.R.M. is a local partner that we visit almost monthly.
This ministry isn’t simply a motorcycle club; it’s a motorcycle ministry of men and women that ride for Jesus: helping and serving H.O.G. members and chapters across the country. Feel free to seek out congregant Tom Atwell, President of Exodus, the local chapter.
An exciting Christ–centered youth camp serving boys and girls living in foster care, single-parent families, or low-income homes, as well as children who have experienced abuse, neglect, gang violence, or even a parent in prison.
Located in Apache Junction, we partner with Genesis to offer food, clothing, and other personal items to the local homeless population.
Hope Women's Center
For over 37 years, Hope Women’s Center has provided a safe haven for at-risk women and girls to get back on their feet. Our focus is on the Coolidge Location
ASU Hope Church
A collegiate-focused church planting movement that’s reaching college students with the Gospel so that they’re equipped to change the world and fulfill their God-given destiny.
A non-denominational, Christian-based, nonprofit organization serving small children, youth, and adults through sports and recreational outreach.