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For our Cities
We’re blessed to have been placed in such a unique community.
We consider it our mission to show the love of Jesus, and most often, we get to show that love by serving others.
justice and wholeness abound
We are Neighbors
In a world full of hurt and brokeness, we want to show visable, practical love to our community as we work for justice and wholeness towards 2025 through these
Families for kids
We want more than enough families to care for foster children in our community, as well as supporting our foster, adoptive, kinship and biological families within our community.
Through partnerships with Manzanita Outreach and other food providers, we want to be one of the first food secure counties by hosting drive-thru food shares in underserved communities.
SERVE OUR NEIGHBORS
Serve Collective, a community wide movement of local churches committed to show the love of Christ to our neighbors through acts of service, love and compassion.
We want to see every person have access to financial education and help provide financial assistance to the hard-working members of our community experiencing a hardship.
for the nations
The world is in deep need of hope, and there’s no message better than the love of Jesus. With so much political and spiritual turmoil around the globe, there’s a challenge before every follower of Christ to tell a watching world of the hope we’ve found.
Join us in this mission to reach out to nations and people groups who are struggling. We have a desire to see the world impacted by and for Jesus, and to see His love spread into the farthest corners. Through our global partnerships, this message of hope is spreading more every year.
Join us in praying for our partners and their mission field.
Steve & Noit Hyde
LANDEN & JENNY LLAMAS
Brian Wade and
Ken & Emmy Lippold
Caleb and Kelsea Combs (YWAM)
Nathan and Becky Fagerlie
Jay and Caitlin Greer
Jamal and Suzan Hashweh
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