Missions teams are a way we live out our mission to
know Christ and make Him known.

By joining a missions team, you become part of a global effort to reach the spiritually lost, train the next generation of leaders, plant churches where there are no churches, and serve suffering people with compassion.

Due to the impact of coronavirus worldwide, we are continually monitoring the State Department’s travel advisories and connecting with in-country hosts to make ongoing informed decisions regarding our missions teams.

Peoples Church’s purpose is, “to lovingly help people know Jesus Christ and allow His Power to transform their lives.”

Our Vision Statement explains how we do this. One of the major emphasis of the church is to help share the love of Jesus with the whole world. This is accomplished in part with our missions conferences. It gives the congregation an opportunity to be enlightened, challenged, and inspired with the opportunities they have to change their world in so many ways.

The three ways we approach this task are…

All the church mobilized

The Missions Faith Promise plan allows for all age groups to be involved, supplying our missionaries with literature, vehicles, equipment and household goods through Light for the Lost, Women’s ministry, Speed-the-Light, and BGMC (Boys & Girls Missionary Challenge).

All the gospel

The promise to the New Testament church is still valid today. The Pentecostal message proclaims salvation by grace alone through faith, the baptism in the Holy Spirit, divine healing and the soon and imminent return of Jesus Christ.

All the world

To be a Full Gospel/Pentecostal is to believe both Jesus’ command to reach the whole world and to receive the Holy Spirit’s power to accomplish the task (Acts 1:8). The early church leaders were compelled by the Holy Spirit to obey the Lord’s command to “Go into all the world, and preach the gospel,” (Mark 16:15).