It's our privilege to partner in ministry with a host of mission agencies, missionaries, and para-church organizations. We're blessed to have the opportunity support these Christian brothers and sisters with prayers and volunteer hours as they share the gospel in our local community and around the world. Media Mennonite Church is also convinced that it's our duty to support our partners financially, so we sponsor several missionary families with monthly financial support and we occasionally devote entire offerings to groups outside our church. The following organizations are among those we support with prayers and dollars:
At Media, our denominationl affiliation is with a group called AMEC, Alliance of Mennonite Evangelical Congregations. If you'd like to know more about the particulars of what we believe and teach at Media you can check out the AMEC "Purposes and Principles" page at AMEC's website.
Bridge of Hope
Bridge of Hope is a partner for those who want to faithfully exemplify Christ's love to single mothers and children who are homeless or facing eviction.
Cornerstone Pregnancy Care Services
CPCS is a non-profit pregnancy help service. Our Vision is the ultimate elimination of abortion, pregnancies outside of marriage, and sexually transmitted diseases;
and to facilitate healing for those suffering from past abortions. CPCS Mission is to help women choose physical life for their unborn children and eternal life for their own souls, to promote
abstinence, and educate people about sexually transmitted diseases; and heal the broken hearts of those suffering the effects of a past abortion.
Eastern Mennonite Missions
Eastern Mennonite Missions is an Anabaptist mission agency. EMM workers share the good news of Jesus and His kingdom in many ways – through pioneer witness, business for transformation projects, ministry to children at risk, discipleship training, education, health and community development, hospitality, international partnerships, leadership training, Muslim ministry, care for the persecuted church, and relief. Whether you’re gifted as an accountant, musician, teacher, or medical professional … whether you enjoy coffee and conversation, caring for guests, or playing sports with youth … God can use your unique set of skills and experiences to build the kingdom.
Frontiers is an international non-profit organization, recruiting, sending and serving teams of ordinary people for long-term service to the communities of the world. Our members serve in businesses, community development, and other service capacities to help provide resources and knowledge through love and respect to those who are in need.
For more than 75 years, HCJB Global’s passion has been making disciples of Jesus Christ. Using media and healthcare, and working with partners around the globe, HCJB now has ministries in more than 100 countries. The gospel is airing in more than 120 languages and dialects. Thousands of their healthcare patients are meeting Jesus. Nationals are being trained as missionaries, pastors, broadcasters and healthcare providers.
Hope Christian Center
Hope has been a lighthouse for men in need of radical change. As Rev. Sammy and Arlene Santos reached out to drug addicts and alcoholics, their burden gave birth to Hope Christian Center in the winter of 1969. Today, Pastor Jack Roberts leads his staff in teaching men with life-controlling issues the truth of the Gospel and skills needed for productive living.
Lighthouse Youth Center
The Lightouse Youth Center is a para-church organization that reaches youth ages 9-18 with the message of the Good News of Jesus Christ. We strive to have a positive Christian impact in each person's life.
Mennonite Central Committee
Mennonite Central Committee seeks to demonstrate God's love by working among people suffering from poverty, conflict, oppression and natural disaster. MCC serves as a channel for interchange by building mutually transformative relationships. MCC strives for peace, justice and the dignity of all people by sharing our experiences, resources and faith in Jesus Christ.
Steve Wingfield Evangelistic Association
The Steve Wingfield Evangelistic Association is committed to the body of Christ, His Church. They believe that God's purpose for this ministry is to assist the local community of faith by coming alongside what the community is already doing and mobilizing them for the work of evangelism.
Willow Creek Association
The Willow Creek Association was founded in 1992, and works to link like-minded, action-oriented churches with each other and with strategic vision, training, and
resources. They are driven by a calling to serve Christ-following leaders as they build biblically functioning churches—authentic, Acts 2 communities of faith that reach increasing numbers of lost
people and grow them into fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. The WCA is a not-for-profit ministry, with more than 12,000 Member Churches from 90 denominations and 45 countries. These churches
represent a wide variety of sizes, denominations, and backgrounds, and are ministering in literally every corner of the world.