Our church is not a social club.  God has called us to a world-altering mission and it is our privilege to obey Him and make disciples of all nations.  In Acts 1:8, Jesus instructed His disciples to begin right where they were and move out to the ends of the earth.  In one sense, all we do as a church could be called missions.  In addition to all that takes place in our church as we make disciples and train those disciples to go out and make disciples, we partner with a number of others who are using their unique gifts and passions to make disciples.  In addition to praying for these partners, we also give a significant portion of our budget to support them in the work they are doing.  We support missions and missionaries locally and globally. 

Click here to learn more about our missions partners. 

Short-Term Missions
Many in our church family have participated in short-term mission trips in the recent past.  Some have gone to Haiti while others have stayed closer to home working at camps for people with disabilities and working with EFCA ReachGlobal Crisis Response.  

Local Missions
Anyone interested in serving locally by using your gifts in the areas of visitation, construction, storm emergency response, transportation, child care, or by serving with us at the State Training School should contact Jess Peterson at 641.485.2718 or contact the church office.

Questions about Missions?
Contact our elder overseeing missions, Mark Guy at 641.521.5924 or you can email him at markpatrickguy@gmail.com.