From its early beginnings, Leighton Church has been very mission-minded. One of the first missionaries the church supported was Dr. McBride who served in Sierra Leone. Since those days, we have supported many missionaries and mission organizations. We have also seen several from our congregation actually become missionaries to various parts of the world.
Today we support 15 missionary families around the world and 10 mission organizations through Faith Promise, which is a pledge between an individual and God to support missions through the coming year over and above their tithe.
People in the following countries are touched by missionaries supported through Faith Promise.
(names and locations are not listed to protect the missionaries and their ministry)
- Southeast Asia
- United States
- Peru, South America
- Bolivia, South America
- Costa Rica, Latin America
- Middle East
- Papua New Guinea
Mission Organizations we support:
- Bibles for the World
- Forgiven Ministry
- Forgotten Man Ministry
- Good News
- Mel Trotter Ministry
- Pregnancy Resource Center
- Prison Fellowship
- Project Hope
- Red Bird Mission
The Mission Team has planned many projects and events for 2019 to reach out and serve others displaying the love and mercy of Jesus Christ. Get involved and be part of the Mission!
Throughout the month of January 2019, missionaries and mission projects supported by the people of Leighton Church will be featured. Each Sunday in January will have a different missionary and/or organization featured with guest speakers, video presentations, and mission focused sermons.
The month concludes with everyone having an opportunity to pledge support for the Faith Promise missions ministry of Leighton Church. The mission team is providing a “thank you” dinner on Sunday, January 27th for everyone to enjoy.
Knit/Crochet to Benefit Cancer Patients
Join other churches in the Midwest District and knit/crochet items for those undergoing cancer treatments, dealing with long term illness, or are in hospice care facilities.
Download the patterns for prayer shawls, lap blankets, chemo hats, or port pillows. Return the items to the designated basket in the church Lobby by Good Friday, April 19th. Questions can be directed to Stacey Aman.