The Outreach Ministry of CWC mobilizes the congregation to restore the future through specific partnerships in Grant County and around the world.
Outreach efforts at CWC focus on three gears that work together for holistic transformation of both individuals and communities. The gears are: spiritual, educational, and economic.
The congregation is mobilized to reach out in three specific ways: prayer, relationships, resources.
Mutuality. We believe that God is already at work in every nation and every heart. When we develop partnerships, we have much to gain and much to give. We do not seek to establish a benefactor and beneficiary relationship, but a mutual relationship based on the theology of equality and diversity of the body of Christ, for its mutual edification. We always strive to do no harm to those we serve, and avoid toxic charity efforts that foster dependency and increase poverty.
Sustainability. We strive to build partnerships and ministries that are long-lasting. Instead of focusing on project completion, our focus is on decades of mutual investment, if possible. Thus we seek to build sustainable ministries and consistent programming so that long term trust develops between both entities.
Leadership. We want to invest into leaders. We want to work with leaders who are able to multiply their influence in their places of service. In this way, we are empowering others for greater transformation and kingdom advancement.
Seek to reach those in our community that are far from God, meeting those individuals where they are, to share the Gospel in a holistic manner with the intention to make God- honoring disciples. Providing opportunities for individuals to discover opportunities to serve their community and seek restorative transformation.
College Church partners with three areas around the world (near, far, hard) to restore the future. As we reach out through prayer, relationships, and resources, God changes the hearts of the people of College Church to be more compassionate, generous, thankful, and missional.