In Our World

Serving the Kingdom Around the World

The people of FPC have established relationships with a number of ministries serving outside the U.S.  Some of those serving overseas have been a part of our church family.  In other cases there is a relationship that spans many years during which time we have visited and supported one another.  Through these ministries we seek together to be witnesses to Jesus Christ; in word and deed.




Ministry Description

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Blood Water Mission

Our core competency as an organization is focused on best practices in water, HIV/AIDS and community development. It is the gospel of Jesus' call that compels us in the work of B:WM to seek justice and love the poor.

Brad Hauge

Casa Hogar de los Ninos

Orphanage in Tijuana, Mexico which also hosts our Easter Project home-building students and adults.

Brad Hauge

Engineering Ministries International

Engineering Ministries International is a
non-profit Christian development organization made up of architects, engineers and design professionals who donate their skills to help children and families around the world step out of poverty and into a world of hope.

Judy Kempston

Imara International

Empowering Kenyan women through education to build a self-sufficient future for themselves, their children, and their community.

Glen and Shirley Erickson

Itapagipe Church

Ministers and evangelizes low-income and the homeless of Largo De Roma, Salvador Baha, Brazil.

John and Mary Frankhauser

Michael & Chris Mason with Japanese Evangelical Mission Society

Ministry includes leadership, preaching, worship, counseling and church administration at Sakai International Bible Church.  Michael is also chaplain at Kansai Christian School.

Dan Finney

Orphanage and Women's Center at Prachakittisuk Thailand

Prachakittisuk church has an orphanage and women's project.  They welcome orphans who both parents died form HIV/AIDS to church’s orphanage and ensure food, shelter, clothing, uniforms for school, school supplies, tutors.


Eric Johnson

Sister Mary's Children

A partner in the growth of hope, education and empowerment for the children and community of Mthatha, South Africa.

Joan Brown

Brian and Sandi Thompson-Royer with PCUSA Global Missions

Brian and Sandi will work with the women’s organization of the National Presbyterian Church of Guatemala in its efforts to empower women.

Mary Frankhauser

World Gospel Mission, Steve and Alene Burgert

Steve and Alene are serving in Tenwek, Kenya to support development of medical endoscopy professionals (Steve) and correctional and chaplaincy ministry (Alene).

Craig Weddle

World Relief

In community with the local Church, World Relief envisions the most vulnerable people transformed economically, socially, and spiritually.

Ross Carper

World Vision

Major international Christian relief and development organization.  Supported annually by the FPC middle schooler's through the 30 Hour Famine project.

Ross Carper

Wycliffe Bible Translators, Mark & Rachel Miller

Mark and Rachel are doing language development among the Lono people, who number about 65,000 and live on Borneo island, and adhere primarily to the Islamic faith.  They also serve colleagues doing Bible translation in several communities of Malaysia.

Ray and Christie Miller

Wycliffe Bible Translators, Joan Spanne

Wycliffe Bible Translators and SIL International serve Bible-less peoples around the world.

Anne and Brian Trefry

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