Sharing the good news of Jesus Christ in our community and around the world has always been an important focus of our congregation. Currently we are partnering with the following missionaries in this effort through our financial gifts and prayers. To learn more about Covenant World Missions and areas being served click here.PAUL AND SHERYL NOREN -- After spending 10 years in Congo with the Paul Carlson Medical Foundation, the Norens were commissioned by the Covenant for missions work in Congo in 1989. Since then, they have served in Congo, Cameroon and Central African Republic, with a focus on discipleship, ministry to women and children, and agricultural and village development.CATHY CAMPOBELLO was commissioned by the Covenant as a career missionary to a country in SOUTH AMERICA in 1990 to serve in the area of church planting and discipleship. Currently Cathy is working with the Covenant Kids Foundation, a ministry to impoverished and needy children, providing food, medicine, dental care, counseling, and education in a safe environment. Most hear about Jesus for the first time as the gospel is shared with them.JIM AND HYDI PETERSON were commissioned by the Covenant as missionaries in JAPAN in 1993. Jim teaches at the Covenant Seminary in Tokyo and is also overseeing the ministry at Akagi Bible Campin Gunma. Hydi has a sports ministry, using her skills in tennis to build relationships through which she can share the gospel.DOUG AND SHERRIE ANDERSON - live in Smithers, British Columbia, CANADA, where Doug is serving as the Canadian Field Director for UIM International. In addition to overseeing UIM staff, Doug is ministering among the native people at Kyah Bible Fellowship and is involved in the ministry of Rock Nest Ranch, an area camp serving children, teens and adults.CHUCK AND JOY GOERTZEN have been in full time ministry with Campus Crusade since 1994 and are now ministering to International students on collge campuses in Colorado through Bridges International, a ministry of CRU.LINDA WOODS has been serving with Campus Crusade since 1993. She is working with International students in Florida through Bridges International, as well as helping to train and support other staff being sent overseas in language development.BILL AND DONNA WOODS are former members of our congregation who have been serving with Campus Crusade since 1973. They are in Colorado, working with the Campus Crusade Global Resources Center, teaching lay people how to share their faith in Christ and leading short term missions trips overseas.As a congregation, we are sponsoring three children through Covenant Kids Congo, which is a partnership between the Covenant Church and World Vision designed to address the needs of families and villages in Northwest Congo, one of the most impoverished areas of the world. Sponsorships provide food, medical care, education, access to clean water, and village economic development.We also support Covenant World Relief, a ministry which is reaching out to the poorest of the poor in over 30 countries around
the world, bringing help and hope to the hurting in the name of Jesus. Covenant World Relief provides emergency assistance in response to natural disasters and is involved in long-tern projects focusing on education, health, and economic development. Aid is channeled through local churches and partner organizations and comes with a Christian witness.