serve Globally

serve Globally

We believe the Church has a calling to take the Gospel to the ends of the earth. Our Great Commission is summed up in Jesus's final words to His disciples - "Go and make disciples of all nations..." To that end, Fellowship partners with strategic long-term ministries around the world financially, through prayer, and by taking short-term teams to assist in the work that God is doing through them. Below you will find opportunities to go on a mission trip, find out more about our partners, and support our missionaries.

who we serve

sponsoring children in haiti

Fellowship sponsors thirty-three children in two partner orphanages and one family home in Haiti. You can read about our partner orphanages at Sponsorship provides each child with a Christ-centered education, food, shelter, clothing, and basic care.

We are currently in need of new sponsors. The cost is $35 per month, a one-year commitment, and renews every October. Contact Melissa Workman at to sign up.

the holland family

The Hollands serve in Rome, Italy where they lead Rome International Church. Their vision is to lead transient people to find their lasting purpose in Christ. Having grown up as missionary kids, Loren and Alaina are very familiar with individuals living outside their home culture. It is their desire to see Internationals whether refugee, diplomat, business person or tourist, all find their eternal home in Christ. Pray for the Hollands as they face the unique challenges of discipling the ever transient nations at Rome International Church.

For more information, contact them at, visit their website at or visit the church’s website at

mission of hope

Through partnering churches, Mission of Hope strives to bring the hope of Jesus to every man, woman, and child. Mission of Hope currently operates in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Fellowship supports these efforts and sends short-term mission teams regularly to serve alongside the ministry. To read more about Mission of Hope, visit their website.

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