missions overview

As a church, we are committed to missional living.  At the heart of missions is an active concern for the underserved, the forgotten, and those who do not know Jesus.  We desire to demonstrate the compassion of Jesus and the life-transforming work of God both locally and globally.  Missions includes all forms of outreach, evangelism and compassionate ministries.

Globally, we support Nazarene Missions International, including nearly 586 full-time missionaries serving through various Nazarene ministries.  Information, giving opportunities, prayer involvement and short-term missions trips are offered to our congregation to connect them to what is happening around the world.

We have partnered with Nazarene missionaries in Papua New Guinea, a third-world country in the South Pacific, to offer our prayer support and financial assistance.  Our 17-member team completely refurbished a missionary couple's home in the summer of 2016.  Two teams--18 in the first team and 20 in the second--returned to PNG in 2018 to help renovate the missionary children's school building.   We intended to go back in 2021, but those plans were stopped by Covid.

We support the ministry of Samaritan's Purse by participating in Operation Christmas Child.  Hundreds of shoe boxes filled with toys, hygiene items and school supplies along with the shipping costs are donated so that boys and girls around the world will receive a gift and hear the good news of Jesus Christ!

Locally. our mission work includes things like:

  • ForXenia.com projects and donations
  • Support of homeless shelter
  • Involvement in community meals
  • Crisis Care Kits
  • Coats at Christmas to Xenia school children in need
  • Shoes4theShoeless events

Contact the church office (937.372.0708) for more information.

\\ List of Loved Ones Added to the Memorial Roll in 2023

\\ 100 Years of Missions (featuring Radcliffes)

Faith Promise 2023

On July 9th Jordan and Rachel Thompson, along with their children Miles, Graham, and Charlotte, were our guests for  Faith Promise Sunday.  Jordan and Rachel serve at Kudjip Nazarene Hospital in Papua New Guinea.  Jordan is the director of Nazarene Mission Services and Rachel is the Field Member Care Coordinator.  They consider it a great privilege to be serving God and His people.  Their prayer is that their lives would shine of Jesus and bring glory to Him!

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Faith Promise is a plan for systematic giving to Nazarene World Missions.  Our denomination has more than 586 missionaries serving globally in 164 world areas.  Giving can be throughout the year in weekly, monthly,  quarterly, or annual increments.  The commitment sheet is above.

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