The Christian Church of Clarendon Hills celebrates a legacy of mission support. Today CCCH supports missions around the globe and here in our own backyard.
RESTORE Mission Trip
Have you ever wanted to go on a mission trip and didn’t think you had the time?
CCCH is hosting a three-day mission trip Sept. 21 or 22 thru Sept. 24 to Quincy, Massachusetts to help our sister church, Restore Christian Church. This is the church CCCH has been supporting through the RIDICULOUS campaign. This trip will help them expand their ministry in the community. Quincy is located just 30 minutes south of downtown Boston in an area where only 1% of the population is involved in any kind of spiritual activity. For more details come to the informational meeting on Sunday, August 13 at 10:15 a.m. in the Conference Room. Questions? contact J.K. Stevens.
Join us on September 12, 2017 from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. in the Chapel to learn how you can help vulnerable children through adoption or temporary care at our Discover Bethany meeting. We will offer basic information about our services for Domestic, International and Foster Care Adoption as well as information about becoming a safe haven for a child/children whose parents are experiencing a crisis, through Safe Families for Children. The purpose of this meeting is to give you an overview of Bethany Christian Services and how adoption and caring for children fits into the continuum of services offered through our Chicago office. This is a casual setting and there will be time to ask questions either with the group or individually following the meeting. Child care is not provided.
I.D.E.S. (International Disaster Emergency Services)
A team will spend the day in Noblesville helping IDES build sheds for communities throughout the U.S. impacted by recent disasters, including hurricanes, tornados and flooding. The sheds give people a place to keep possessions while they live in temporary housing.
The dates and times are very flexible. Arrive on Friday or Saturday. Leave on Saturday or Sunday. Space is limited to 16 people at the facility. Showers, restrooms and a small kitchen will be available for our use. There is a total of 8 bunk beds. Guests are asked to bring sleeping bags or bedding. Food will be determined. The suggested donation to stay overnight is $10 per person/per night. However, discounted hotel rooms are made available minutes away.
There is an option to attend church on Sunday morning. Hazel Dell Christian Church is were many of the IDES staff attend. This is located just a short distance from the facility. Noblesville also has many antique stores, shopping,movie theaters and great food available to you in our free time. Along with fellowship, we are welcome to use the prayer room upstairs-we encourage you to take time while you are here to be with the Lord in prayer over the various needs around the world.
All skill levels welcome. No experience necessary!
New dates to be announced soon.
Contact coordinator Lori Evensen with questions.
Global Mission Partners
SIM - Laura Armitage
CCCH supports our life-long family member, Laura Armitage, as she serves in Niger, Africa through SIM. Laura teaches English to Muslim college students, co-leads a cooking class for local women, and has other team-related responsibilities, all with the goal of reaching Muslims with the Gospel.
Dale & Jeannie Meade have been serving in Colombia, South America for over 35 years. In addition to teaching and preaching, CCM has been closely involved with the communities they serve, and is currently excited about their deaf and hard of hearing ministry and new church camp.
G.O. Ministries stands for Great Opportunities in Global Outreach. Through local leaders, G.O. Ministries serves thousands of people in the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Mongolia and urban America. They do so primarily through church planting, nutrition centers, medical clinics, sports outreach, primary schools, ongoing training, water purification projects, and kingdom businesses.
CCCH partners with William and Alexandria, who minister to the people of Batey Nueve in the Dominican Republic. Each year, church members have an opportunity to join our short term mission trip and serve in areas including construction projects, helping at the nutrition center, children's ministry and developing meaningful relationships with Dominican nationals.
Kathy Siebert Sarita, Dominican Republic
CCCH supports our member Kathy, who serves as the Director of Team and Logistics with GO. She oversees coordination of the 70+ teams who come to serve in the Dominican and Haiti each year, acting as a liaison between the team leaders in the US and the GO Ministry staff and national leaders on the island of Hispaniola. She works diligently on executing all aspects and logistics of each team's short-term mission trip to create an opportunity for life change for both the team members from the US and the national leaders.
K & K (names withheld for security reasons), are the Regional Directors for the Asia and Pacific regions for PBT, where they provide assistance to missionaries that are serving and translating the Bible in countries throughout Asia and the Pacific Islands.
National Mission and Ministry Partners
Promotes church planting and leader development in the New England states.
Restore Christian Church (Restoration House Ministries church plant)
Launched October 18, 2015, in Quincy, MA, this brand new church longs to see hope restored, individuals grow, and communities transformed.
International Conference on Missions (formerly National Missionary Convention)
ICOM is an annual convention that trains, equips, and recruits "workers for the harvest." The 2017 convention will be held November 16 - 19 in Peoria, IL.
NACC is an annual Christian convention that features speakers, workshops, Bible studies, displays and networking events. The 2017 convention will be held June 27-29 in Kansas City, KS.
Local Ministry Partners
For more than 70 years, Bethany Christian Services has been helping infants and children find loving families through foster care and adoption programs both in the US and abroad. Through pregnancy support programs, post-adoptive support, various foster care initiatives, Safe Families programs, and ground-breaking family support services in other countries, Bethany continues their mission to demonstrate the love and compassion of Jesus Christ by protecting and enhancing the lives of children and families through quality social services.
Caring for women with unplanned pregnancies in the western suburbs of Chicago for over 25 years.
A mission dedicated to reach the unreached, unchurched and unconnected by starting new churches in and around the city of Chicago.
Lincoln Christian University (LCU) is a Christian higher education community whose mission is to nurture and equip Christians with a Biblical worldview to serve and lead in the church and the world.
"13" is the average age of entry into the commercial sex industry. Reclaim13's goal is to "reclaim" a child's right to grow up feeling safe, loved and free from harm. They work in the areas of healing, prevention and education in the Chicago area.
Our newest local mission partner is headquartered in Woodlawn on the south side of Chicago. SGM is a vibrant,100 year old ministry focused on youth ministry, neighborhood development and inner city/suburban partnerships.
Launched in 2013, this new church plant is building a creative community of believers committed to spreading the Gospel along the Westline Railroad line in the Chicago area. Its mission is: "Helping People Find Their Way Back to God."
Interested in missions? Have a question about who we support or how you can get involved?
Email the Missions Ministry at email@example.com.