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With the current climate regarding coronavirus as well as domestic and international travel being restricted,
we have are in a holding pattern with mission trips. If you would like general information
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We believe God has divinely orchestrated that we, His people, inhabit this land. That we have been blessed to be a blessing to the people of our city, right here in Cleveland. And for that reason, we have the responsibility to go and show the tangible love of Jesus to those who are hurting, in need, in our very own community.
Each month, we support the work God is doing globally through 20 missionaries around world.Taiwan, Beijing, Myanmar, India, Haiti, Mexico, Dominican Republic, USA, South Africa, Rwanda, Uganda, England, Serbia, Czech Republic, France.
“We are thrilled about our missions partnership with both your congregation and Life Center in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Your latest gift is but another expression of how this partnership is unfolding as God cares for His kids in Addis through us!”
Bob Pearson | Founder and President for Horizon International
"We love Fellowship’s Love the Land initiative! Not just because of the extra ‘muscle’ it has provided in various service projects, but because our region deeply needs greater unity and collaboration across the Body of Christ. As a church, our commitment to building those bridges matters.We’re excited at Building Hope in the City for what Jesus will do next as He takes hold of our hearts and hopes for ‘the Land’ He loves so much.”
Brian Upton | Executive Director for Building Hope in the City
“Our ministry in the Dominican would not be happening without the support of Fellowship! When you are walking the streets at 3AM, reminding prostitutes, bartenders, and hustlers that God loves them, you are reminded how important it is to have the support of a great church. People need to be reminded that God loves them, and each time we encounter someone who is far from God, we are reminded of the help of the Holy Spirit to orchestrate these connections. Our heart is to go after the least of these and start a conversation that ultimately leads them to salvation in Christ Jesus.”
Keith Melugin | Dominican Republic