There are ongoing opportunities with CCGF Partners and Supported Missions. Please fill out the Missions Questionnaire, and we will contact you to provide information for both local and global involvement.
Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic
We are partnering with Food for the Hungry to inspire hope in the most vulnerable people to help them overcome the barriers that hinder them from reaching their potential as God intends. Come and be a part of God's transforming work in El Tamarindo, Dominican Republic. FIND OUT MORE.
Perspectives on the World Christian Movement Class Offering- Jan 16-May 8
Do you want to use what is in you to bless the world around you? Experience 15 powerful lessons that have equipped thousands of everyday believers with greater vision, hope and passion. In the class “Perspectives on the World Christian Movement” scripture, history, culture and strategy converge to reveal the unfolding of God’s redemptive purposes. He is on a mission to bless the peoples of the earth and you are invited to join him. Perspectives Class is being offered in the North Hills January 16-May 8. For more information go to: https://class.perspectives.org/Visitor/Public.aspx?ClassId=433146
Saturday, October 14- 9:30 am -12:30 pm. You are invited to a Uganda Celebration Brunch Saturday, October 14, 2017 9:30 am - 12:30 pm in Fellowship Hall. Guest speaker Rev. John Kitalibara, Director of God’s Love and Care School near Kabwoya in rural Uganda. Sponsored by Healthy Communities Unlimited (HCU). Free childcare provided for children up to age 5. This event will raise funds for God’s Love and Care School, founded by Rev. John Kitalibara, bringing hope and education to the poorest of the poor. More info at HCUUganda.org Come, learn and support! RSVP by October 7, 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-262-1513.
Living Ministry Outreach
Living ministries works with homeless in the City of Pittsburgh. Through God's grace, they have been called to uncover the hope of Jesus Christ as they pursue and build relationships with the homeless. Living Ministries is addressing poverty in Pittsburgh through a strategy that combines building personal relationships, meeting basic needs, offering tools for self-sufficiency, and providing opportunities for community involvement. Volunteers from CCCGF will be working with living ministries on Saturday, October 28 from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm.