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International Missions

International Missions

In addition to our own efforts here in Charlotte, we are proud to partner with missions organizations from around the world.

International Missions Partners

The outreach foundation

“Connecting Presbyterians to build the church’s capacity to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ,” the Outreach Foundation supports Presbyterian missionaries worldwide by connecting churches to specific needs and mission partners.

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hebron home

Hebron Home is a ministry in Nigeria with a four-fold mission to Reach-out, Restore, Reorient and Release. For many living in West Africa, oppressive religious and political groups mandate every aspect of public and private life. Hebron Home provides a safe space for people in these environments to explore themselves and their relationships with God. The ministry then seeks to be a bridge between new converts and the Church.

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Haiti Child Sponsorship Program

The Haiti Child Sponsorship Program serves the people of the Good Shepherd School and Church in Pele, an impoverished community in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, by bringing dignity, hope, and a future to the community through quality education, basic healthcare, and food. They serve 1,000 students and employ 44 staff. They support local projects to improve living conditions in the areas of water, food, and sanitation. They also support the work of Young Life Haiti to bring spiritual transformation to the lives of young people.

tom and judy harvey

Tom is Academic Dean at Oxford Centre for Missions study in Oxford, England. The Oxford Centre exists to provide education for church leaders from the non-Western world. Judy is engaged in full-time ministry with her ministry to women in the St. Andrew’s congregation and with her church in public housing.

international justice mission

International Justice Mission is a global organization that protects people in poverty from violence. They partner with local authorities in 21 program offices in 14 countries to combat trafficking and slavery, violence against women and children, and police abuse of power.

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international cooperating ministries

International Cooperating Ministries seeks to nurture believers and assist church growth worldwide. They do this by partnering with indigenous ministries to equip local churches with two vital resources: A permanent church building and practical discipleship tools for oral learners.

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moscow evangelical christian seminary

MECS is an evangelical conservative school established in 1993 which is dedicated to training leaders and ministers for Russia and the former Soviet Union.

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Carl Peklenk

Carl Peklenk and his late wife, Debbie, were involved in making disciples and church planting in the former Soviet Union for 16 years.

Currently, Carl serves with TEAM as an Appointee Mentor, supervising, encouraging, and guiding newly appointed workers as they prepare to serve all across the world.

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Suzanne and Jeff Allers

The Allers are long-term missionaries in Germany commissioned by the Associate Reformed Presbyterian (ARP) denomination, serving initially in former East Germany. Over the years they have focused on evangelism, church planting, and refugee work. In their current assignment, Suzanne teaches students with learning difficulties at Black Forest Academy and English to local refugee women. Jeff is serving youth at a local German church while also ministering to refugees in Kandern, Germany.


TEF’s work includes leadership and discipleship training, migrant ministry, and church planting in Asian nations and throughout the 10/40 Window.

Contact Jim Young (jyoung@mail2go.net) for more info.

asian sports ministry

Asian Sports Ministry is focused on ministering to athletes in sports institutes and universities in Asia. The ministry establishes relationships, shares the gospel, and facilitates bible studies with athletes and coaches across all sports. They also coordinate short-term mission opportunities to hold youth sports camps that weave in biblical principles.


world link ministry

World Link Ministries was founded by Manny and Glenda Fernandez in 1991 to train and deploy local church pastors. WLM seeks to saturate the nations with the Gospel. Its three-pronged strategy focuses on pastoral training, evangelism, and church planting. Over the years it has provided classes and training for pastors in 12 different countries.

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Lois and Keith Betsch

Lois and Keith Betsch are missionaries with Wycliffe Bible Translators. For more than 75 years, Wycliffe has helped people around the world translate the Bible into their own languages. Keith and Lois have served with Wycliffe for more than 30 years in support of Bible translation. They spent 17 years in South East Asia, with Keith serving as a pilot and administrator and Lois as a nurse. More recently, Keith has served as Asia/Pacific Partnership Facilitator and Lois has used her nursing skill in the clinic at JAARS.

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ECO Church Plant in Edinburgh

Our denomination, ECO, is planting a church in Edinburgh, Scotland, and we are one of the sponsoring congregations helping to financially support this mission. Scotland is the birthplace of Presbyterianism, dating back to the 16th century when John Knox brought the Reformed faith, that he experienced under Calvin in Geneva, to his home country. But in recent decades, Scotland has experienced a highly accelerated rate of secularism, making it a new mission field for the good news of Jesus Christ.