Our focus on missions and outreach is to take the transforming love of Jesus to our local, national and global communities. The Deacons have identified four key organizations that encompass ever wider circles reaching from our locale to the world.
Strives to alleviate hunger in the communities of Cape Ann, serving Gloucester, Rockport, Essex, Manchester, and Ipswich. They provide free meals and food in a hospitable environment, advocacy on behalf of the disadvantaged, job-skills training and job placement programs.
For over 100 hundred years, the Boston Rescue Mission has aided the homeless and poor of Greater Boston to self-sufficiency by assisting women and men in confronting and overcoming the root causes of their homelessness. To this end, the Mission provides basic life necessities such as food and shelter as well as social service programs. The goal is to provide the homeless and poor with the support, training, and resources necessary to sustain independent living for a lifetime.
Their journey is to become missionary church planters with World Team in France. For the past five years they have felt God leading them to France to help begin and train communities of believers. They want to partner with the French to accomplish God’s plans, and are at the beginning of their journey and we are partnering with them to help accomplish this vision.
Endeavors to help the extreme poor attain independence and whole life improvement. It combines a variety of programs to achieve community transformation in places where hope is often lost in the cycle of poverty. Their work is currently focused in the neediest sections of the Caribbean and Central America.
Serves more than 2,500 short-term missionaries annually, bringing U.S. and Puerto Rico churches together with partners in 76 countries in cutting-edge ministries that tell the good news of Jesus Christ while meeting human needs. It was organized in 1814 and is the oldest Baptist Mission agency formed in North America.