Our Missions Ministry Values:
- Relationally Connected
- Geographical Reach
- Partner with churches in Wentzville, Kenya, Peru and India
Mission Connections include:
Potters House: Guatemala
Church Planting: India
Child Sponsorship: Peru (Food for the Hungry)
We have events during the year designed to reach the local community such as:
- Sports Ministry
- Special Needs Ministries
- One-on-one counseling Ministry
- Volunteers prepare breakfast Sunday mornings at Grace & Peace Women’s shelter
The church sends teams on short term missions trips and we partner with various missions organizations. The Missions and Mercy Fund is funded by a collection made the first Sunday of each month. The deacons give financial support to many whom have special needs.
- Ask God to send out laborers to proclaim Christ as Lord.
- Pray that our church will respond to the needs in our community, city and around the world.
- Pray for missionaries we support (see list below)
- Pray for our new church plant – New Creation in Wentzville
- City Connection: New City Freedom School, Immigrant Network
- Grace & Peace Women’s Shelter
- Short-term Mission Trips (Peru, India, Japan, and Africa)
Consider a gift to support one of our CPC mission partners:
- International Missionaries
- Stateside Missionaries – Larsen, Dixon, Harriman, Schaeffer, Taylor, Powers, Hatch, Moore
- Organization / Agency Support – MTW, MNA, Food for the Hungry (Peru), Disaster Relief Fund, Bangladesh Church Plant, India Presbyterian Seminary, PCA Admin, CPC Interns, New Hope Counseling, Covenant Seminary & College
- Local Partners – Thrive, Grace & Peace Women’s Shelter, New City Restore St. Louis, Immigrant Network
To get involved with CPC Missions contact:
Dr. Owen Tarantino
Phone: (636) 779-0304
Chesterfield Presbyterian Church is a part of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), and through MTW has the joy and privilege to be involved in over 80 nations, with some 640 long-term missionaries, laboring in partnership with almost twice that number of international colleagues, together with many stateside churches and national staff.
Gratefully, the phrase “from everywhere, to everywhere” is taking ever deeper root among us and we’re learning how to more broadly collaborate where God is advancing His kingdom while remaining faithful to our Reformed and covenantal convictions.