Outreach Mission: Mobilizing the church to make disciples of Jesus Christ among the nations.
We partner with Living Water International, Trash Mountian Project and other like-minded organizations that desire to see disciples raised up from among nations. Our desire is that, through opportunities to serve globally, hearts will be transformed while sharing Christ and building relationships.
Urbana in St. Louis - December 27, 2018 - January 1, 2019
India - January 4-14, 2019
Guatemala – March 9-16, 2019
Philippines - May 2019
Assistance Application for Short Term Mission Trips
Contact: Bob Stoller,
Church Planting among unreached people groups
As a church, we desire to mobilize our congregation to be part of a major spiritual awakening among the Chinese in China. There are many ways to be involved through prayer, sending, welcoming or going.
Contact: Phyllis Swanson,
As a church, we desire to mobilize our congregation to be part of a major spiritual awakening among the people of India. There are many ways to be involved through prayer, sending, welcoming or going.
We partner with STEPS Home, India. An orphanage caring for the abandoned girl-child, led by Isaac Manogarom. We also partner with Word for the World, assisting over 250 indigenous church planters throughout India. World for the World is led by Pastor Augustine Asir.
Contact: Rick Werts,
As a church, we desire to mobilize our congregation to be part of a major spiritual awakening among the Japanese in Japan. There are many ways to be involved through prayer, sending, welcoming or going.
Contact: Carole Denton,
Trash Mountain Project exists to develop Christ-centered environments for children and families living in trash dump communities worldwide.
Dominican Republic: Shelly Setchel,
Philippines: Bill Horm,
Indonesia: Mike Tindell,
Contact: Bob Stoller,
Go Team Involvement form
Every first Saturday of the month our church family has the opportunity to be engaged in making disciples among the nations by praying for our local and global missionaries and ministry efforts.
First Saturday of every month in the Family Conference Room from 4:15 pm– 5:15 pm
Contact: Andrea Thompson,
Get threaded into the biggest story of all time, as you experience God’s heart for all peoples and encounter the momentum of the World Christian Movement. The course is designed around four vantage points or “Perspectives” — Biblical, Historical, Cultural, and Strategic. Each one highlights different aspects of God’s global purpose. For more information visit http://www.perspectives.org/
Dates: Jan-May 2018
To register CLICK HERE
Contact: Josh Thompson,
Topeka Friendship Network’s vision is that every international student from Washburn University is matched and in a relationship with a Jesus-following friendship family. TFN connects international students at Washburn University in Topeka, KS with American friendship families while studying in the United States.
Topeka Friendship Network website
Contact: Stacy Krueger,