Reaching our world locally, nationally, and internationally, Global Ministries seeks to transform our world through compassionate ministries, mission opportunities, service projects, and a varied support of missionaries, mission projects, and organizations.
Local mission opportunities abound in a variety of options, from on-site blood drives, service projects in our communities, supporting our active military and veterans, to our own food pantry serving our CWC attenders and local communities.
If you’re a veteran of any branch of the military or know of a veteran who considers CWC their church home, we want to recognize and honor them for their service to our country. Please share the information below:
Although we have supported missions in over 30 countries and more than six states, the predominant focus of our mission work is in Guatemala, Sierra Leone, Panama, Haiti, and Zambia. Global Partners is the mission arm of the Wesleyan Church and we support missionaries in Asia/Pacific Region, Cambodia, Croatia, Austria, and Europe Region.
Christ Wesleyan Church’s KidzWay Guatemala program seeks to help children in the cities surrounding Lake Atitlan. To learn more about how you can support this program, click on the button below.
We send at least two mission teams each year to serve as medical teams, construction teams, crusade teams, speak English team, sports and recreation teams, children’s program teams, disaster relief and other pertinent teams ministering in any of these areas. These teams take Christ Wesleyan Church to new fields and new opportunities around the world.
Through partnering with World Hope International, Enable the Children is a team of local and expatriate staff who provide Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy, care, and support services to children living with disabilities in Freetown, Sierra Leone. More than half of the children enrolled in Enable the Children suffer from cerebral palsy; others include Down syndrome, autism, acquired brain injury, muscular dystrophy, orthopedic challenges, and many more.
Enable the Children staff visit patients in their homes and teach families and caregivers how to support children with disabilities using play, developmental positioning, and feeding support. This allows families the opportunity to learn to provide at-home care and treatment to children in a manner that is sustainable in their everyday lives. As cultural beliefs lead many mothers to place blame upon themselves when a child is born with a disability, Enable the Children works with mothers so they understand each child’s medical case and to reassure parents that they’ve done nothing wrong.