Missions Ministry

Missions Ministry

Exploit No More

Motivated by the love of Jesus, Exploit No More is dedicated to ending child sex trafficking in the Greater Milwaukee region. ENM works with private, public, and other non-profit community organizations dedicated to serving youth and eradicating child sex trafficking.

Visit Exploit No More

Faith Hope & Love

Support for Children in crisis. Faith Hope & Love’s goal is to build Faith Hope & Love in the lives of children in crisis through Duffels for Kids, BlastPacks and Birthday Closet programs across Wisconsin, in effort to reach as many children in crisis situations as possible.

Visit Faith Hope & Love

Changing a Destiny

Changing a Destiny is a non-profit organization founded to improve the lives of children in the poorest countries in Kenya. They have been established to educate children and provide a brighter future, creating future Christian leaders in the process. As we do this, we keep Christ as the reason we do everything.

They have purchased 2 acres of land and have fully funded a church to be built. Along with this they are planning to build a school to educate the children. Please prayerfully consider donating to this wonderful organization.

Visit Changing a Destiny

Honduras Mission

The Honduras Mission is a Community Regional Shared Mission. Ministering to mountain villages and helping to create house churches, while providing them with needed food and supplies. Through Steps of Love the Honduras Mission is able to sponsor children who cannot afford to pay for their education. Also supported by the mission is the aquaponic project. It is a collaboration between aquaculture and gardening. Designed to provide sustainable organic crop production, aquaculture and water consumption.


Thad and Sally Wilkinson


InterHope exists to rescue and care for abandoned and orphaned children in the Caribbean, Bosnia, Croatia, India and Cambodia/Southeast Asia. 700 children are in safe, loving environments because of InterHope and the partnership they have with local churches like ours.

Visit Interhope


Assistant Regional Director of Training

Rick Goetsch – Huron Hills Church

Rick creates and delivers core training to students and staff across the region, and oversees regional specialists advancing IV’s work in missions, justice, prayer and athletes.

Our mission is to draw ALL PEOPLE into a close and living relationship with Jesus Christ. We see this happening in worship gatherings, in group ministries across all ages, from adults, college students, youth (middle school and high school), to children. Our ministries serve people here in Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, SE Michigan, and all around the world.

Visit InterVarsity

Life Choices

Crisis pregnancy and family resource center located in Burlington, WI. Offering help and hope to hurting families with a pro-love approach. Through counseling, pregnancy testing, post abortive counseling, family resources, adoption resources, parenting classes, resources for Mom and Baby and Mighty Mom’s classes.

Visit Life Choices

Mercy's Light

At Infinitely More Life through our Mercy’s Light Family project, we rescue girls in Kenya who have been left abandoned, alone and afraid on the streets after sexual trauma ending in pregnancy. To help with this need, we built a pregnancy crisis center/maternity home in the coastal area of Kenya. This center currently houses twelve young moms and babies. Several of our young moms have already moved to the next level of our program which is the transition house.
Girls come into our family/program and are shown love and compassion during a time in their lives that their own family and society have completely rejected them. We love and counsel them back to emotional health, prepare them for childbirth, take care of all their physical needs and then train them in business and vocational skills.

After three years in our family, they can start their life self-supporting themselves and their babies in a country where the unemployment rate is around 70%.

Visit Mercy’s Light

Servant Care International

Bill and Sue Stukenberg

Menasha, Wisconsin

The purpose of Servant Care International is to help fulfill The Great Commission (Matthew 28:18–20) by providing resource centers and personnel to assist with the housing, personal, and spiritual needs of missionaries, pastors, and other vocational Christian workers who are proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ locally and around the world.

Visit Servant Care International

The Wright Family

Our church family member, Bob Wright, moved to Missouri to study Ministerial Leadership & Worship Ministry at International House of Prayer University. Now together with his family he is following God’s Lead as a mobile domestic missionary.

Visit The Wrights


Transitional Living Center

Kansasville, WI

Our mission is to provide families and individuals with temporary shelter and basic necessities while assisting them in gaining skills to become self-sufficient, employed, and independent.

Visit Transitional Living Center

Samaritan's Purse

Samaritan’s Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan’s Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ. The organization serves the Church worldwide to promote the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ

Visit Samaritan’s Purse

Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin

Based in Racine, WI, Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin (VOW) works to make a difference in the lives of at-risk Veteran households in every community across Wisconsin. The program expanded in 2017 to include a village of 15 tiny homes, a food market, and trauma-informed programming. We are looking to expand our services in Racine and serve Veteran households in Milwaukee.

Visit Veterans Outreach of WI

Cornerstone International

Craig and Kara Garrison

Garrison Project – Myanmar & CI President

Craig & Kara Garrison have been serving in Myanmar (Burma) since 2004, focusing on discipleship, training, relief, community development, and more. In the Fall of 2016, the board of Cornerstone asked Craig to consider becoming the new President of CI after Duane Jones stepped down following 26 years of service. He accepted and began his new position in January of 2017. Their work in SE Asia continues in addition to Craig’s duties as President. They have 4 grown children.

Visit the Garrisons

Serve Saturday

Community Church Missions Ministry has an opportunity for you!  Beginning October 7, we will be reaching out to our local community with hands on service with this opportunity being held each month.  Community Church will be missionaries serving in our local area.

What is Serve Saturday? 

Serve Saturday is an opportunity for our church members to be directly involved in Missions Ministry by being the hands, feet and heart of Jesus in our local community.

When is Serve Saturday?

Serve Saturday will be held the first Saturday of each month beginning in October, from 9 AM – 12 PM, following Men’s Breakfast.

How will people in the community recognize us as being there to help?

T-shirts!  We will have T-shirts made with a logo that represents this part of our Missions Ministry.  Each person participating will be asked to purchase the shirt for $10 and it can be worn to all future days that they participate in Serve Saturday.

What will Serve Saturday projects look like?

Projects will be identified by the Missions Ministry and may include opportunities like:

  • Helping seniors in our community with home maintenance, cleaning or other needs
  • Assisting one of our mission partners with needs they may have at their location
  • Assisting a veteran with needs they may have in their home

These are just examples of how we anticipate spreading the love of Jesus in our community!

More information is available at the table in the church lobby and you can complete your registration form here!  Please consider joining us!

Galatians 5:13 “You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh ; rather, serve one another humbly in love.”