Globally, we strive to be Christ's hands and feet to those in need. To help us further this vision, we support a variety of international organizations and programs.
30 Hour Famine - Jr & Sr High Youth (7th-12th grade) fast for 30 hours as part of World Vision's 30 Hour Famine program to raise funds and awareness for starving children across the globe.
CROP Hunger Walk - Crop Hunger Walk is an annual fall community event that promotes hunger education and fundraising for global hunger relief, sponsored by Church World Service.
UMCOR - The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) is the not-for-profit global humanitarian aid organization of the United Methodist Church. UMCOR spends 100% of designated donations on the projects its donors specify.
Apportionments - As United Methodists, our local church is connected to all other United Methodist churches in the world. Apportionments (a portion meant for others) are the way that local churches combine their financial resources to enable our vision for mission and ministry at every level of the United Methodist Church
International Mission Trips - Our church is beginning to venture into the international mission field, and is committed to exploring and looking for locations with which to establish long-term missional relationships. We traveled to Haiti in 2012, to the Methodist Habitat in the Bahamas in 2014, and to Kenya in 2016.