Global Missions Efforts
Do you feel a call to share the good news of the gospel with others near and far? Do you want to help bring relief to the lives of those who are suffering? If so, we would welcome your interest and involvement!
Jesus’ Great Commission tells us to “make disciples of all nations,” therefore GCPC supports several mission efforts around the globe. Through the work of those we support, and through our own trips, we truly are seeing Christ go into all the nations to call out his disciples.
Project KHISH (Key Humanitarian Initiative for Southern Honduras)
Ron David and Susan Pillsbury David
This ministry to the southern part of Honduras focuses on general medical care with a specific emphasis on eye care. Each year in January, they travel to Honduras to perform cataract surgeries, give eyeglasses and provide medical care to families and individuals in the poorest part of Honduras.
Campus Crusade for Christ in Chisinau, Moldova
The Chicus work among university students in the capital city of Moldova (in Eastern Europe), sharing the gospel with them. They also coordinate summer English camps where native English speakers can travel to Moldova. Students are eager to practice their English skills with native speakers, and this is also an opportunity for Christians to share the gospel with them.
Cindy Correll, PCUSA Mission Co-Worker, Haiti
Cindy is a former journalist who is now working in Haiti. Her overarching goal is to tell the stories of the Haitian people to connect US churches to this in Haiti.
Alpheaus is a Bible translator who has translated the Bible into several local languages spoken by people from different regions of the Solomon Islands.
Ryan and Alethia White, PCUSA Mission Co-Worker, Germany
The Whites work with the Iranian Presbyterian Church by providing worship opportunities in Farsi and helping Iranian refugees and immigrants begin a new life in Germany. Ryan says, “We share a common calling to work for reconciliation, engage in interfaith conversations, develop peacebuilding initiatives, expand worldviews and promote relationships between American churches and the people in the Middle East.”