How Is Your Church Involved in Mission?


We're curious how Christian Reformed churches are engaging mission, both in their communities and throughout the globe. What is your church doing to spread the gospel? Here are a few questions to get you thinking:

  • Do you support missionaries or ministries?
  • If your church supports a missionary, what do you do when they visit? (Presentations, lunches, Q&As, etc.)
  • Does your church host neighborhood events?
  • Do you send volunteers to serve? 
  • Have you tried Go Local? How'd it go?
  • Has your congregation studied any great mission-related books?
  • What's working for you? What's not?
  • Is there anything you'd like to try?
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In simple terms, our church tries really hard to help folks with what they need. We work hard at helping with kids  programming, and have seen lots of new families respond to our showing God's love to kids. 

We're also (this month) working at starting up a health care clinic, with a few partners we're trying to provide free medical and spiritual care to folks (mostly a local immigrant community) who need it the most. 



Our church is starting a satellite startup in our town! Unfortunately it comes at the cost of ministry shares to the CFC! But I like this idea, grassroots evangelism aimed at the non church attenders that live with us! We are planning home gathers and a  different approach than a traditional church. I am excited! Thank the Lord!

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That sounds great! What church are you part of? Why did you decide to start the satellite?