“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” Acts 1:8
Because we value community and the gospel, it is imperative that we live as a body of believers using the verse from Acts 1:8 as our guide. It says to be witnesses to those near us, our surrounding area, and to the whole globe. We strive to be witnesses in the local community through our church building and community events that we do. We serve the county and state through our Chaplaincy program which does emergency response and jail visitation. We seek to serve the globe through our collaboration with Missionaries around the world. You will see a list of those who we serve below.
the Benedict Family
the Horvat Family
The Horvats have been serving as missionaries in Croatia since 2009, where they run a ministry center focused on evangelism and discipleship for children, teens and young adults. They provide music ministry for churches and perform street concerts and dramas. They work with refugees, and are involved in Roma (gypsy) outreach. They use the arts and music (Aaron is a concert pianist, Winnie is a skilled mime) to reach the lost and hurting with the gospel. They also facilitate OASIS, an annual time of refreshing for women in ministry in the Balkans.
the Hopkins Family
Steve & Cindy Seabury
Steve and Cindy have served as missionaries to Muslims in Cypress and Turkey for the past decade; however, due to the political situation in the Middle East, they recently relocated to France, where they are seeing miracles of healing and hunger for Christ--like never before. The Seabury’s are 45-year-friends of Joyce (and Paul) Williams, and they and their children were a part of the Christ Center family for a season.