“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

Matthew 28:19-20


The church’s mission is to reach out to everyone, everywhere. A leadership role in this is played by the Missions Group. We support several missionary families who are working to share the gospel with others.

Calvin & Ruth Mathys in Papua New Guinea

The Mathys family have the privilege of working with Wycliffe Bible Translators and alongside Papua New Guineans in roles that support the ongoing ministry of Bible translation.

Daniel & Kaylynn Mills

For the past 34 years, Dan and Kaylynn have been involved in the Pacific Islands Campus Crusade for Christ: 3 years in Palau, 2 years on Guam, and 5 years in the Solomon Islands. Their 4 kids were born and raised in the Islands and they have spent the past 21 years in New Zealand, where they continue to assist the Pacific Island staff in their ministries, primarily through their leadership in student ministry in Papua New Guniea.

Jeff & Jane Pelz in America

Jeff and Jane Pelz work for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Jeff is a staff worker at the College of DuPage who is dedicated to helping international students, refugees, immigrants, and students with disabilities. His role as a Bible study leader, teacher, and evangelist involves training the next generation of students to love and share Jesus winsomley. Jane is working with Asia Link to mobilise staff in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s partner organizations based in Asia. Jeff and Jane host activities in their home for internationals and encourage Christian students to join them in outreach. Since 1984, they have served university students, including 19 years overseas.

Mai & Marlene Melota

Mailota and Marlene (Yipaara) are at the heart of the project to translate the Bible into language of Pukapuka (on the outer islands of the Cook Islands), in association with Wycliffe Bible Translators. They are currently based in Pukapuka along with some of their children.