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Just as Jesus went into the world and sent His disciples into the world to make disciples, we want to provide students regular opportunities to relationally engage the culture with the gospel both in our community and in the world.

In Our Community:

Nursing Home Ministry

2nd Sunday of each Month | 1 - 4pm | Homestead I Nursing Home

A team of students and adults lead worship and bring encouragement to the residents of Homestead I nursing home in Painesville.

Face of Christ Ministry

Last Sunday of each Month | 1 - 4pm | Seneca Grove Apartments

Sharing Christ’s love through a block party for Seneca Grove Apartments and surrounding communities. Activities include serving lunch, distributing clothing and other items, and playing basketball with children in the community.

In Our Nation:

The Root Cellar

Spring Break | April6-11, 2015 | Portland, Maine

Whether touching the individual child or adult or family through out daily mentoring and enrichment programs, free midical clinic, or food and clothing distribution, The Root Cellar remains committed to extending a helping hand to those in need while proclaiming the truth of Christ in love. The Root Cellar serves over 125 families each week, providing extensive programming with volunteer manpower.

To the Ends of the Earth:

Foundation for His Ministry

Oaxaca Mission

A team will be traveling to Oaxaca, Mexico (July 11-18, 2015) to serve in a mission home with Foundation for His Ministry. This is the third year that one or more teams will serve in the mission home.

Brandon Alexander Alvarez Miranda

Compassion International Student | Chiquimullila, Guatemala

Brandon is supported financially and prayerfully by our student ministry through Compassion International child sponsorship. Our monthly contribution of $38 helps to provide food, education, medical supplies, and an opportunity to know Jesus.

Lemonade International

Urban Poor Schools | La Limonada – Guatemala City, Guatemala

Lemonade International is a ministry that seeks to educate and empower the people of La Limonada, the largest urban slum in Central America. In 2010-2011 our high school students and several adults had an opportunity to serve the community of La Limonada. We continue to pray for and financially support several students and teachers in these schools.

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