Missions

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations

Matthew 28:19

Join the mission

Serve the Kingdom on our upcoming mission trip to Peru

You don’t have to go on a mission trip to be involved in Nazarene Missions International(NMI)
Our NMI missions board is made up of mission-minded individuals within the local church. The board helps to guide our work in missions for God locally, regionally and internationally. We are looking for servants with a heart for helping others. God and prayer actually guide our work. Contact any NMI Team member or Larry Howe, NMI President if you are interested in joining our Missions Team. The NMI Board meets second Wednesday of every month in the conference room at 6:30pm.

Or join 
Native American Christian Academy (NACA)
Our church family currently sponsors children by providing tuition and room and board expenses for the school year.  In addition to our sponsorship, in August of 2020 we will be sending a Work & Witness team to NACA.
Operation Christmas Child
We actively participate in filling shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child.  If you would like more information about Operation Christmas Child, check out Samaritan's Purse website.
Birthday Bash
A fun filled celebration of birthday months set-up to raise funds for Missions Medical Health Plans globally.

Faith Promise
our annual fundraiser for missions work locally, regionally and internationally. Featured mission speakers and presentations include Saturday evening informal dinner with our speaker. Sunday service of Faith Promise is all missions focused on our work for God. Our featured missions speaker brings the message for both services.

Clothes for the Classroom (C4C)
a ministry born locally is a joint effort within the Valley by churches to help clothe school children in need. Over 700 children served annually by this ministry. Every participant receives jeans, shirt, shoes and socks.
Serve Wenatchee Valley
Our church houses the Serve Wenatchee Valley Non-Food & Diaper Pantry, providing non-food items for families in need.

Back to School Event combining Serve Wenatchee’s
CLOTHES FOR THE “EVENTUAL” CLASSROOM
& Columbia Valley Community Health’s
BACK TO SCHOOL HEALTH FAIR.

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
 
Thank you in advance for helping us get this invitation to volunteer to your church people.
 
The coronavirus is not going to stop Serve Wenatchee Valley and CVCH from making free clothes and backpacks filled with school supplies available for up to 1,000 area students on August 15th.
 
This year will be decidedly different however. In an effort to provide clothes for children this year duing social distancing requirements, we have been registering families for this event over the past several weeks, getting their children's clothing sizes and schools they attend. Now, we need to get ready to make them available for families to pick up on Saturday, August 15th through our fulfillment center at the Town Toyota Center (TTC). Families will be able to drive up at their scheduled time and have their clothes and backpacks delivered to their car with minimal contact.  
 
In order to make this happen, we need crews of volunteers to come for 2 hours per evening to help fill the boxes with the kids clothes on Monday-Wednesday, Aug 3-5 & Aug 10-12. Will you help us at the TTC fulfillment center?
 

 
If you can help us, please register by clicking HERE.
You will be:
  • Sorting clothing by size
  • Assembling orders for families
  • Getting the family orders out into the main concourse for Saturday's pick up
  • Greeting people as they drive up
  • Getting the order based on the family number they present
  • Hauling clothes from the main concourse to their car
  • Offering HOPE to them with a simple gift of a new set of clothes

We also need to have a group of volunteers on the day of the event to help serve the families who come to pick up their clothes and backpacks. We have set up 3 hour volunteer blocks of time and really need some help.


SWV is following the current Health Department and CDC guidelines and have the following requirements for volunteers.
  • Must be between the ages of 18-64
(Can be younger if accompanied by parent/guardian)
  • Must be symptom free (no fever, cough etc.)
  • Must be willing to have temperature taken at check in and
  • MUST wear a face mask for the entirety of your volunteer time.
This is a wonderful opportunity to come work together and we offer a simple gesture of HOPE to families in our community.

Active Missionaries

Paul and Alyssa Clark 

Linda Russell 

Quito, Ecuador

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