WE BELIEVE EVERYONE
CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
There are many opportunities for you to show the love of Jesus to people all across our city, our nation, and our world!
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TrueNorth has partnered with Compassion International to plant a church and start a Compassion child development center in Taisha, Ecuador. There are no evangelical Christian churches there. Less than 5% of the population are considered Christ-followers. We currently sponsor 200 children at the Compassion center as well as funding the construction of the church and center.
If you want to make an impact in Ecuador, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
TrueNorth Church has partnered with Mision El Faro, on the Atlantic coastline, to help spread God’s love and care for the needs of those throughout the country of Guatemala. Trips focus on supporting local missionaries and their ongoing ministries, which include providing free medical and dental services, building and repairing facilities, installing water filtration systems and smokeless stoves, or simply offering a helping hand. Medical and construction experience are incredibly helpful, but all that is required is a passport and a heart to serve. We support missionaries Tommy and Katie Matthews.
If you want to make an impact in Guatemala, email email@example.com.
TrueNorth Church has partnered with schools and churches to help spread God’s love and care for their local communities. The trips focus on offering a basketball sports camp, as well as an English Camp for students. We have the opportunity to build relationships with the students, teachers and their families. No skills are needed, but a passport and heart to serve are required.
If you want to make an impact in the Middle East, email outreach@
David and Katie Czapala are our partners in Australia. Currently, they live in Western Sydney and work with surrounding churches and ministries to train Christians in sharing the Gospel in cross-cultural environments. Katie teaches ESL and David works at a local students camp ministry, running IT. They lead a young adult discipleship group and also lead short term exposure trips to the 10/40 window to continue to mobilize others to reach the unreached.
To learn more about their ministry efforts, email Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hands of Hope works to help the community in and around Lusaka, Zambia to share the gospel and improve their lives through education, clean water, and nutrition. Hands of Hope-U.S. partners with Hands of Hope-Zambia.
Learn more about this ministry at handsofhopeus.com.
David and Rachel Bell’s vision is to share and live the gospel in Great Britain and to bridge the gap between churches and communities. In a country where only 3% of the population is evangelical Christian, the Bell’s want to partner with church leaders and help change the perception that God is outmoded one community at a time.
Learn more about the Bell’s calling at bellstoBritain.com.
TrueNorth has partnered with Compassion International to sponsor children in a Mexican community that received a water filtration system through our partnership with Water Mission.
TrueNorth has partners in a restricted nation in North Africa. Disclosing our partners and their work must remain confidential. However, God knows exactly who and where His work is being done. Pray for our team in North Africa.
English as a Second Language
English as a Second Language instructors teach English to adults from foreign countries so they can function more fully in the United States, and intentionally demonstrate and share the love of Jesus Christ. No teaching experience is needed, all necessary training is provided. Non-teaching positions are available (greeting, set up, playing games, building relationships, etc). Requirements: Love Jesus. Speak, read and write English fluently.
These classes are taught on Tuesday and Thursday nights at the Family Y Headquarters in Augusta, GA.
For more information, check out our website, our Facebook page or email us!
Website for ESL classes: https://denim-teal-5lcm.squarespace.com/
La Casa de Esperanza at Gentry Mobile Home Park in North Augusta
Homework Help Center is on Monday and Thursdays from 4-5:30 PM. Kids from preschool through 7th grade from the Gentry community come with homework, projects, studying assignments, or just to read with an adult. We have the opportunity for you to assist the children in this ministry. Children are paired 1 on 1 with an adult.
Breakfast Club is held on Saturdays from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Children from the community are served breakfast and participate in a fun activity. Bring your family to eat breakfast and participate in the activity with the kids. This is a great opportunity to serve together!
For more information please email email@example.com.