Church at the Park Mission Trip
We will be working with Church At The Park for this special mission trip focused on their micro-shelter outreach to the homeless.
We will be serving from April 5-9. You are welcome to come a day late or leave a day early if you need to.
We are hoping to help in the following manner:
* Moving & leveling shelters
* Building beds
* Sorting & organizing at the donation center
* Anything else they may need – this is their project and we get to be God’s Hands & Feet to assist them!
Things you need to know:
* We will be staying at Aldersgate Camp & Retreat Center in Turner, Oregon.
We will book your room for you based on what you sign up for on your registration form.
* Travel will be on your own, feel free to carpool or caravan
* We will most likely be eating out for most meals as a group (dutch treat). If you have dietary restrictions and cannot eat out, please plan ahead.
For more information, please contact Martin Flaherty at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208.459.3845.
Deer Flat supports a number of missions efforts locally and globally. We desire to come along side organizations, missionaries and individuals who are committed to helping others around the world. We provide financial support, volunteer support and/or other resources. Although our missions budget is part of our operating budget, you always have the option to give directly to missions at any time by selecting “Give” and choosing “Missions” in the drop down.
In addition to those listed below, we give a variety of one time gifts to individuals going into missions/ministry, scholarships for mission trips, special projects etc.
The Free Methodist Church is marvelously connected to respond globally to the pain of crises as they appear. We have a deeply rooted mission to bring relief to our brothers and sisters while taking the gospel to the poor. Is the Lord preparing us for such a time as this as we extend compassionate hands in our own neighborhoods and around the world? This is an opportune time to creatively share the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
In 2014 a team of volunteers held Idaho’s first Compassion Clinic in Caldwell. Now, the team is expanding their outreach beyond Caldwell in order to continue uniting Jesus followers in the Treasure Valley region to serve their neighbors. To learn more about Compassion Connect Idaho and how you can get involved, please keep reading!
The Idaho team is powered by many volunteers whose faithful service has helped thousands of Treasure Valley residents receive compassionate health care and services.
- Services Offered at Compassion Caldwell:
- Basic dental care (cleaning, fillings, extractions, x-rays)
- Basic medical exams and treatment care
- Flu and TDAP immunizations
- Blood pressure and diabetic screenings
- Hair cuts
- Free clothing
- Free lunch
- Community services networking and referrals
- Child care, ages infant-12 (no potty trained required!)
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We are currently providing support to:
Free Wheelchair Mission is a humanitarian, faith-based nonprofit that designs and manufactures cost-efficient, durable wheelchairs for developing countries around the world.
In collaboration with a network of like-minded partners, Free Wheelchair Mission has distributed 1.3 million wheelchairs to people living with disabilities in 94 developing countries around the world, providing renewed dignity, independence, and hope through the gift of mobility, at no cost to the recipient.
Good Samaritan Ministries is pleased to offer our services in Caldwell, Idaho. We offer donation-based services for children, individuals and families in need.
Services include Christ-centered, non-denominational counseling, inner healing, trauma therapy, group support and educational resources, grants and financial assistance for children, individuals and families in need. It is our mission to support healing of the whole person and to foster a joy-filled lifestyle. All are welcome.
South East Asia – US Based Partners
Roger and Ellen Haskins have served the Free Methodist church for 40 years in various ministry roles – including Roger’s eight years of service as a bishop of the FMC-USA. As they retired from pastoral ministry in the U.S., they began a new area of ministry and service. In January 2020 they joined the FMWM-Asia missionary team, serving to provide support and development for national leaders across Southeast Asia.
Hope House exists to provide a home for children between the ages of six (6) and eighteen (18) (and then those youth who turn eighteen prior to or during their senior year in High School) who are emotionally impaired, developmentally disabled, and/or come from disrupted adoptions or dysfunctional families.
Hope House serves children from all areas of the United States, although the vast majority, come from the western United States. Children from other countries may be considered on a case-by-case basis. Read more
Daniel Goheen is a second generation MAF pilot/mechanic eager to follow in his parents’ footsteps. Daniel will be sharing Christ’s love through aviation by performing medical emergency flights and carrying evangelists, pastors, church workers, missionaries, doctors, aid workers, building supplies, mail, and medicines. He hopes to be involved in the local church and find time to disciple other men during his overseas service.
Samaritan’s Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan’s Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ. The organization serves the Church worldwide to promote the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.
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Throughout each year we sponsor and/or provide short term support to students pursuing ministry/mission, going on short term mission trips or serving in mission arena.