North Park supports a number of missionaries who are serving in the United States, working with the following organizations:
In addition, North Park contributes to a campus ministry position that works in partnership with the Presbytery of the Alleghenies and the CCO to reach and disciple students at Grove City College and Slippery Rock University.
North Park desires to have the nations of the world united in worship of Jesus Christ. As a result, we support many missionaries serving internationally with the following agencies:
If you want to be more connected with our missionaries, please, see the Information Counter in the church lobby for an updated Missionary Directory.
North Park supports several long-term mission projects in an effort to have an enduring yet focused investment in taking the Gospel to the nations in the following places.
In conjunction with other churches in our Presbytery, North Park Church has supported the work of EduNations to build a school, a medical clinic, and a church in Rokassa, a village in a predominantly non-Christian area.
North Park Church has also partnered with the Philemon Project in Beirut, Lebanon to provide a safe, affordable Christian daycare to the children of refugees, migrant workers, and the working poor. This video is an overview of this important ministry.
Though Russia has been slowly shutting out western missionaries in the past few years, North Park Church continues to support the work of a medical missions agency that continues to minister freely.
North Park Church also supports the work of Living Stone Reformed Mission which ministers in Gonaives, Haiti. Over the past few years, North Park has helped the mission complete the building of a school, a seminary, and a church in order to advance the kingdom of God in Haiti.
North Park desires each of its members to have a global vision for the church. As a result, we offer mission trips on a frequent basis so people can experience what God is doing around the world. The purposes of our trips range from service projects to encouraging and supporting our missionaries. Regardless of the purpose, though, each trip puts one in direct contact with the deep, enduring needs in our world. Do you want to see and be a part of what God is doing in our world? Then contact Pastor Ben to see when the next missions trip will happen.