Your mission team strives to carry out our role as a missional church. We support our various mission partners through your giving and seek to communicate their needs to you. We also organize annual events such as the Turkey Fund and our Fair Trade Festival. We sponsor mission events and trips. Our goal is to dedicate 10% of congregational giving annually to missions. Please become involved by calling the church office at: (208) 667-8446.


Our vision for missions is that of a three legged stool, in which each leg is equal and important.

Compassion: meeting needs

Evangelism: showing and proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ

Justice: Doing the work that transforms society ThreeLeggedStoolGraphic2

Family Promise of North Idaho

Empowering families facing homelessness to become self-sufficient
Mission: Help homeless and low income families achieve sustainable independence

Juvenile Justice Outreach

Mission: To develop relationships with people, sharing our stories of how God is transforming our lives
Vision: To be available and accessible in order to provide encouragement, support and spiritual guidance to youth, their families and the communities who serve them through Idaho’s Juvenile Justice System.

Community Action Partnership

Mission: Community Action Partnership (Food Bank) is a catalyst for building relationships that inspire and equip people to end poverty in our community.

Union Gospel Mission Center for Women and Children

The Center provides a warm, home-like setting in which to explore and confront the issues surrounding abuse, addiction and homelessness. With the love of Christ as the foundation, healing permeates body, mind and spirit, and lives are transformed from the inside out.

Fresh Start

Mission: Fresh Start is a drop-in center, which provides basic life services, referrals and medical service to the homeless, near homeless, and mentally ill in our community, helping them to become contributing, active members of society. (Fresh Start was incorporated into St. Vincent de Paul in summer of 2015.)

International Teams, Stuck Family, Nicaragua

In partnership with International Teams, Jonathan and Juliet Stuck bring people together to help the oppressed. Their vision is to help establish communities where no one is invisible, and where everyone has access to food, freedom, and forgiveness. Current areas of work in Masatepe include: running small businesses; building pre-schools; providing eggs to pre-schools through a chicken farm; hosting short-term teams; teaching English; and, running a 7-acre farm. Integrated Community Transformation in Masatepe, Nicaragua.

MBBE of America, Inc., Africa Paul Assignon

Paul Assignon is living in Togo, West Africa. Paul is Togolese. His work includes: church planting and discipleship; village bible school, pastor training, radio ministry, retreats, and camps.

Bless China International, Rob Cheeley

Bless China International utilizes over 170 people from all over the world committed to caring for the poor, sharing knowledge, providing medical care and loving people in Yunnan, China.

Niños Con Valor, Bolivia

Mission: This Bolivian orphanage works to see hope, healing and dignity flourish in Bolivian children, values that they will multiply into society through the establishment of self-sustaining and scalable models of care.

Presbytery of the Inland Northwest

Mission Projects



Mission: As Coeur d’Alene community aides, we serve those working in the hospitality industry through support, resources, and building positive relationships.

Youth Missions International

We supported Emily Branch in her work with YMI from January through June 2015.

The Village at Orchard Ridge

Mission: To provide a faith based, loving home that honors older adults through our Senior Living and Memory Care facilities.

Staff of Hope

Mission: Staff of Hope helps people in East Africa lift themselves from poverty by bringing clean water, education and health care. By creating partnerships in underdeveloped communities, we aim to enable long-term sustainable change.