Our calling as the Church is to proclaim Good News to the poor and to release the captive. To this end, our Missions Committee oversees church mission activities and disbursement of funds to missions and missionaries.
We support/volunteer with several local agencies/groups. Click on the name to get additional information.
Provides a caring, confidential atmosphere to discuss pregnancy options and sexual health, practical support for individual physical needs and accurate information about pregnancy, abortion risks and procedures, and sexual health.
Christ Church’s newest and most visible outreach mission is the Blessing Box recently installed between the side ramp and the stairs to the kitchen. This outdoor food pantry is available to neighbors and anyone in need. We can all participate by keeping it full of non-perishable food items. Pick up a few items as you shop for groceries and then place them in the Blessing Box when you come to church or anytime you are in the area. Canned meats and vegetables, tuna, peanut butter, soup, cereal, and crackers are always good choices.
The Kairos mission is to share the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ to impact the hearts and lives of incarcerated men, women and youth, as well as their families, to become loving and productive citizens of their communities.
We support several overseas workers and faith-based INGOs (International Non-Governmental Organizations). Click on the name to get additional information on some of those we support.
Steve & Mary Lynn Eisenbarth
The Eisenbarth's participate in the educational work of teaching and making "disciples" of university students and young mothers in the way of Jesus as they live and serve overseas.
Steve & Jean Watters
Steve serves the work of SIL Intl by launching and directing research projects for the Corporate Research Office. These projects address issues that are viewed as highly significant and widely impactful on SIL's work with minority language communities around the world. He also has a role in the Pike Center for Integrative Scholarship to lead and organize multidisciplinary efforts in the study of ethnic communities. He also remains active in language and translation work in the Himalayan region. Steve's role in research and scholarship helps SIL in its distinctive approach of serving the language communities of the world through holistic language work.
Jean is retired from over thirty years of teaching in primary and secondary education, and now enjoys her role as a wife and mother of adult children. When the opportunity presents itself, she travels with Steve.