We Are A Matthew 25 Church!
What is a Matthew 25 Church?
Matthew 25:31 calls all of us to actively engage in the world around us, so our faith comes alive and we wake up to new possibilities. We are expected as followers of Jesus Christ to act boldly and compassionately see our neighbors through His eyes and serve those who are marginalized or in need -- people who are hungry, thirsty, naked, sick, imprisoned, strangers, poor or oppressed in other ways and in need of welcoming. This initiative has been a vision of the General Assemblies of PCUSA since 2018 and our Session has recently voted to become part of this vision! Check out the website and follow our publications to learn more about this mission! pcusa.org/matthew25
Guatemala Mission Trip
Find a Mission Co-worker, Read Their Letters
Presbyterian mission co-workers are dedicated, passionate teachers, church planters, doctors, public health specialists, chaplains and human rights advocates. They teach theology, church history, Greek, Hebrew and English. They preach and evangelize. They organize and host mission teams from the United States. They accompany, they listen, they work in partnership with Christians in 50 countries around the world.
We invite you to learn about their work, read their first-person accounts through their letters, and support their vital ministry in support of the gospel through your prayers and gifts.
To learn about mission co-worker speakers, click here.
For information about hosting a mission co-worker, click here.