The Congregational Holiness Church serves in more than 34 countries around the world. There are approximately 10,000 overseas churches and missions with over 15,000 workers. Workers are trained through Extension Education Training. The World Missions Department supports orphanages, Bible schools, church construction projects, and national workers. We provide vehicles for national leaders and are engaged in an extensive Bible distribution program around the world. The City of Refuge street kid’s orphanage in Honduras is a facility to feed, clothe, evangelize, and educate the many homeless children in San Pedro Sula. Active opportunities exist for individuals to minister on the foreign field through MOBIL (Missions Overseas by Involving Laity) construction and medical teams. The World Missions and Mission USA Departments jointly sponsor youth mission trips. The Executive Director of World Missions administrates the overall world mission program of the Congregational Holiness Church.
It was 2,000 years ago when Jesus told His disciples to go into all the world and preach the Gospel. From that day until the present, the church has been involved in carrying out the command. From the earliest days of the Congregational Holiness Church, we have heard the call. As we lift our eyes and look upon the fields, we see that while much has been accomplished, there is still much to do. With your help, we can touch people for Jesus in regions where the Gospel is not as freely preached as here at home. Rev. Jonathan Fitzpatrick serves as our World Missions Executive Director.