In Our World

The St. Mark’s Global Mission Team works to inform and encourage the congregation to go and follow Jesus' command to "make disciples and teach all nations," and to send and support people who do.

Short-term Missions in Haiti

2019 UCI HAITI MISSION TRIP ANNOUNCED!

Come join us for our next trip to UCI in Haiti as we strive to reach out to the world around us and share the love of Jesus Christ. Dates for the trip are February 21 - March 2, 2019. Cost is $1900 (each participant pays $800). The team will be doing things like: helping in the school, Bible Studies, VBS, construction projects, distributing food, prayer walks, and building relationships at and around UCI. It's a life-changing trip and we would love to have you join us!

Click here for an application or stop by an info center or the church office. Completed applications are due by Monday, September 24. Our first training meeting will be on Saturday, October 27, 9-11:30 am.

To donate online to the February 2019 mission team, click here.

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February 2016 

February 2017

Missionaries We Support

When we are sending and supporting missionaries, we want to provide prayer, care, and financial support to our St. Mark's sponsored missionaries. We also want to develop and maintain covenantal relationships with our partner churches on the Mexican border, in Latvia, and beyond. Be a meaningful support person in the life of a missionary with prayer and/or financial gifts. 

To learn more about the families and individuals that we support, click their name below.

Lou & Deb Aisenbrey (Wycliffe Bible Translators) click here for their most recent newsletter

Tom Eggum (Hope4Kids)

Scott and Paige Heemstra (The Navigators) - click here for their most recent newsletter

Kyle and Katie Nelson (The Navigators) - click here for their most recent newsletter

Luke Palandech (The Navigators)

Gabe Smith (YWAM)

Grant Sundberg (The Navigators)

Mark/Maki Wolter (International Chapel Ministries-Japan) - click here for their recent newsletter

 

Compassion International "Water for Life" project