Our Church  missions lean strongly on Matthew 25: “When hungry, we feed them, when thirsty, we gave them drink, when a stranger, we took them in, when naked, we dressed them, when sick, we visited them.”

Here is what and how we do this

We currently support a mix of eleven local, national and international missions along with what we call “Pop Up” missions, which may be one-time needs.  We have several that we send an annual check to, yet most are supported by our church members’ participation, such as The Seacoast Area Crop Walk, Heifer International and God’s Baby Closet.  The youth in Sunday School play a key role raising funds for International and Food Drives.  Many members volunteer to support meals through the St. Vincent DePaul Outreach, visit shut ins, host singing and  Bingo at nursing homes, provide food baskets, mittens and hats and much more.  The church is highly active in the support of the local community needs.

            Local                                      National                            International

  • CASA*                                            OCWM*                      Church World
  • Seacoast Seacoast Youth Services                                 Philippine Youth
  • Seacoast Family Services                                                Zimbabwe Church
  • Project Joy                                                                          Heifer Int’l
  • Medical Relief
  • Seacoast Crop Walk

*Court applied special advocate and Our Churches’ Wider Mission

The Committee

The mission group meets monthly to review how we are doing, to find ways to meet community needs that have arisen, and to continue to seek the best ways to communicate to the church the progress that has been accomplished toward meeting these needs.  You can expect to see key news of missions in the Weekly Announcements that you receive on-line We encourage you to ask questions of this group about any mission you’d like to know more about.

Sammi Moe, Lucy Champion, Susan Dixon, Annmarie Sorrow, Rev. Deb Knowlton