St. Petersburg, Russia | Marina Topoltseva

The 1st of June was a Day of Defense for Children in Russia . Even when there is no open war in a country, there is always an invisible war against children.   No matter what problems adults have, children are the ones who suffer the most, and this is especially true in Russia.   Marina Topoltseva, CCH’s Mission Partner in St. Petersburg,  helps to address this problem by overseeing a ministry that has two homes for orphaned children and young moms with children.  As young adults, they lack life skills and are subject to addictions and depression. Marina’s ministry enables them to assume independent living as mature adults. One of our Life Groups has adopted this ministry.   

Please contact Ann Crittenden,, if you would like to learn more about this Mission Partner.

Divine Care Ministries/Uganda
Divine Care Ministries operate churches, clinics, schools and orphanages in central and southern Uganda. They care for more than 1,200 children and young people. This ministry is the work of Peter and Phoebe Sozi, Ugandan nationals, and their team of pastors, teachers, medical professionals and support staff. Additionally, they are planting and sustaining churches among unreached people groups in Karamoja, in the north of their country.

George and Pamela Pendergrass: Frontier Fellowship |

Frontier Fellowship invites believing communities to engage people groups where the Good News of Jesus and His Kingdom is not yet known. Associate Directors George and Pamela Pendergrass share their vision to engage new demographics in frontier mission in this video.

Marjorie Palmer/The Bus Stop Church/Ocho Rios, Jamaica
With the help of many CCH members, including Roger and Bettie Sidwell, Marjorie and The Bus Stop Church feed the homeless and minister to their physical and spiritual needs on the streets of Ocho Rios, Jamaica.

Mission Discovery |
Mission Discovery organizes five to ten day short-term mission outreaches. Each mission team is involved in a vital construction project along with an outreach led by team members that communicate the Good News of Jesus Christ. Hundreds have decided to follow Christ each year through Mission Discovery outreaches such as Children’s Bible School, Christian medical missions, and door to door evangelism.

Pastor Enock Mthethwa and Bulembu Free Evangelical Assemblies Church/Milanda, Swaziland
Community Church and Pastor Enock’s congregation in Milanda, Swaziland partner to proclaim the Gospel to the local community. The Milanda church has used the financial support of Community Church to help build a new church building and to sponsor an ongoing food-sharing program at the church Milanda as well as two other congregations in the area. Community and the Milanda congregation also support each other through prayer.

Marina Topoltseva/St. Petersburg, Russia
Vision: To bring orphans into a family and let the children get to know God’s love, because God is the Father of the fatherless. For this reason they have two homes: One is for single mothers who are orphan graduates and the other home is for adopted children. Marina supervises both homes and spends countless hours visiting orphan children in area hospitals.

Frontiers |
With love and respect, Frontiers invites all Muslim Peoples to follow Jesus.  The gospel is meant for all people in the world without exception, since all are made in God’s image and are specially designed for relationship with him.  Across the world there are an estimated 1 billion Muslims who are considered unreached. Of those, there are over 1,000 Muslim people groups that have no known Christians among them.  With the help of CCH, Frontiers works to introduce these people to our Savior Jesus Christ.

Harry and Bobbie Bisher/Manzini, Swaziland |
Harry and Bobbie Bisher are members of Community and are missionaries to the poor in Africa.  They are located in Manzini, Swaziland and serve the outlying region through vocational training, preaching, and mentoring.

World Christian Broadcasting |
World Christian Broadcasting exists so that people in places best served by broadcast media become aware of the Good News of Jesus Christ and want to know more. The message of God is relevant to all time, yet the ways that message is delivered must stay current. World Christian Broadcasting’s international shortwave broadcasting communicates the Good News to millions every day.

Divine Care Ministries in Uganda | Peter and Phoebe Sozi
This ministry has a Sponsorship Program that cares for 1,600 children through college age. It has several schools, a dental clinic, and a strong Evangelism ministry that preaches about Jesus and makes disciples. In February we sold handmade crafts and coffee to benefit this ministry.

Frontier Fellowship | George and Pamela Pendergrass:

Community’s George and Pam Pendergrass, Mission Mobilizers with Frontier Fellowship, focus on the Middle East. They are connecting with churches and individuals about partnering with them to reach the 2 Billion people on the frontier who have never heard about Jesus. They are especially interested in including people of color who have little presence in world mission. You can learn more about their mission focus in this video.

Bus Stop Church in Ocho Rios, Jamaica | Marjorie Palmer
Bus Stop Church’s ministry in Ocho Rios, Jamaica began with Community members Roger and Bettie Sidwell who served the homeless for 32 years. Jamaican Marjorie Palmer became the Leader in 2013. She operates a Soup Kitchen during the week, and 40 homeless people worship at Bus Stop Church on Sundays. She also leads Bible studies and offers compassion to those she meets on the street.

Mission Discovery |
Mission Discovery, founded by Community’s Maury and Ann Buchanan, will celebrate its 30th Anniversary this year. Its ministry, led by President Jimmy Rivera, has taken 50,000 adults, families, and youth on short term trips to build homes for families in need, love orphans, feed the hungry, provide medical care, share Jesus, and empower churches to bring hope to their communities.

Free Evangelical Assemblies Church in Milanda, Swaziland | Pastor Enock Mthethwa and Bulembu
Pastor Enock is the minister of an indigenous church in Swaziland, where he also teaches in a Bible School and orchestrates deliveries for the food-sharing ministry that Community provides. We are currently receiving donations to replace his vehicle, needed due to the rough roads he has to travel.

St. Petersburg, Russia | Marina Topoltseva
Marina Topoltseva, our Mission Partner in St. Petersburg, Russia, oversees two homes for orphaned children and young Moms with children. As young adults, they lack life skills and are subject to addictions and depression. Marina’s ministry enables them to assume independent living as mature adults. One of our Life Groups has adopted this ministry.

Frontiers |
Our Mission Partners’ Evangelistic efforts in a Muslim-majority area of North Africa are through social media and Bible Studies. They lead their Team and oversee the Leaders of another Team. After a year in the U.S. due to COVID, they have returned with dozens of cards with prayers from individuals at Community. We stay in touch with them through secure communication vehicles for their protection.

Harry and Bobbie Bisher |
COVID forced Community’s Harry and Bobbie Bisher back to the U.S., after 10 years of vocational ministry in Swaziland. They supported 3 orphan boys through college, pay for others’ tuition, and create Bible Study materials. With resulting health issues for Bobbie, they are seeking ministry opportunities in the U.S. The World Mission Team continues to support and encourage them.

World Christian Broadcasting |
World Christian Broadcasting is an international shortwave radio ministry, located in Franklin. They deliver Biblical messages in seven languages every day via short wave all over the world, where there is no internet, and share the Good News of Jesus with people who have no other means of hearing.

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