GO TEAM INFO MEETING-WINTER TEAMS
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2019 10:30 IN THE CHAPEL
What is a GO Team?
At Christ Community Church, we believe in working directly in partnership with Indigenous Ministries for overall long term impact, unity in the larger body of Christ and the richness of cross-cultural relationships whenever possible.
We mobilize the people of Christ Community Church mainly through the sending of short-term mission teams, or GO TEAMS, that are well trained, led and launched in support of our partner ministries.
Our strategy is lead by volunteers with staff support and are the environments where we continually labor with urgency depending on God's power. We are continually assessing our effectiveness and seek to work with excellence.
Click below where you will be able to apply, give, learn about each of our GO Teams.
IMPORTANT: To apply you will be redirected to Managed Missions, our online software. If you have applied on Managed Missions before and don't remember your password, please reset it so that you can take advantage of your information that has been saved since your last GO Team. You will also be required to make a $100 payment at the time of application.
St. Charles - Outreach
With a background as a pastor's daughter, and an Athletic Trainer, Kristin has a heart for the hurting and enjoys uplifting others, praying for others, and sharing about how the saving power of Jesus can work in their lives. She is wife to Doug, and mother to a son and daughter, enjoys reading, hiking, biking, playing sports or board games, and having people over for coffee and ice cream.
Eric is passionate about reaching the nations for Jesus. In 1994, Eric and his wife Carol traveled to Nigeria on their first short-term mission trip. This experience led to full-time international ministry in 1996.
Eric graduated from Valparaiso University and currently lives in Sycamore, IL. Hunting and fishing are favorite hobbies.
A Portland, Oregon native and reluctantly recovering hipster, Jered received a masters degree from Western Seminary and planted a church in the City of Roses for the last ten years. Being middle-aged it may seem as though several years are unaccounted for in his narrative, but they were mostly spent being a youth pastor, associate pastor, enjoying being married to his favorite person and raising three beautiful girls. He doesn't get what the big deal is about Portillos, but has acquired a taste for deep dish pizza, loves the church and loves motivating people to live transformed lives in Jesus.