10% of all financial gifts to WCC are given to ignite a passion for Jesus in Wentzville and beyond. Below is the list of mission organizations that WCC partners with through finances and resources.
Check back for information about upcoming serving opportunities such as Serve Saturdays, one-night trips, and international mission trips. When information is available, we will list it here. 

Kenya Mission Trip

Informational Meeting: Sunday, February 6 | 11am
Are you looking for an opportunity to put your passion for others into practice? Want to meet Christians from across the world and immerse yourself in a completely different culture to learn about Jesus in a different way? Then attend our informational meeting about our Kenya mission trip coming up this fall. We will meet to discuss what the trip will look like, the requirements for going, and the goals we are hoping to accomplish with the trip. If you have any interest in going to Kenya, please grab a packet from the Connection Counter and plan to come on Feb. 6th!

Central Christian College of the Bible

Moberly, Missouri | cccb.edu

The goal of Central Christian College of the Bible is to raise up servant leaders for the church and to do so as affordably as possible. CCCB believes so completely in what their students will do for Christ that they want to not only equip them with a quality education, but an affordable on so that their future ministry will not be burdened by financial stress. That is why CCCB offers a Full-Tuition Scholarship and will continue to do so as long as there are means to do so.

Christian Prison Ministry of Mid-America

Missouri is home to 23 prisons, which in turn are home to approximately 32,000 prisoners. The goal of Christian Prison Ministries of Missouri is to evangelize, encourage, and equip the body of believers in all of these prisons.
Currently, CPMM is in 14 prisons weekly where they host worship services, provide classes for improvement, including Financial Peace University, and Inside Out Dads, as well as praying for inmates and help meet their needs.

Jireh India Missions

The George family
Jireh India Mission shares the goodness of Jesus with those who have never heard His name. They strive to fulfill Psalm 82:3 – “Defend the poor and orphans; do justice to the afflicted and needy.
They do this by providing a home and education for over 70 orphans at House of Peace orphanage,  teaching widows to sew in order for them to provide for themselves and their children, providing meals and prayer for lepers, and providing food for themselves and other orphanages through an on-site bakery.

Haitian Island Ministries

Port-au-Prince, Haiti | haitianislandministries.org
Haitian Island Ministries operates medical programs, feeding programs, and also builds schools and churches in some of the most remote areas of Haiti. The medical programs provide free vitamins, medicines, and medical care for hundreds of thousands of Haitians. The feeding programs provide a simple daily meals for thousands of Haitian children from several villages each month. H.I.M.’s five schools provide key primary education to Haitian children to equip them with the tools they need to improve their lives.

High Hill Christian Camp

High Hill, MO | highhillcamp.org
High Hill Christian Camp and Retreat Center is a non-denominational Christian camp supported by Christian Churches/Churches of Christ of mid-Missouri.
Their goal is to offer a fun, Christian atmosphere in a modern camp setting surrounded by God’s wilderness. They strive to offer weeks of camp that will foster the spiritual growth of your child. Their prayer is that your child will leave here with a closer relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

HOPE Food Pantry

O’Fallon, MO
The HOPE Food Pantry started in 1988 and does a fantastic job of serving people in St. Charles County. A wonderful crew of workers direct the collection and distribution of food so that families and individuals who are going through a rough time can receive food to eat healthy and help defray some costs from their budget.
HOPE Food Pantry is open on Wednesdays from 8-10am. With the support of nine area church, they help feed 4,600 families annually. HOPE also provides Back-to-School items and Christmas gifts. Job Search, assistance, financial counseling, and weekly Devotions are also available.


St Louis | lovethelou.com
LOVEtheLOU is a community development initiative that connects resources to the needs of St. Louis. They do this by creating where there is nothing, healing where there is brokenness, and joining in with what is good.
LOVEtheLOU was developed out of a love for the city of St. Louis. They have gone through a number of phases since they were founded in 2009. During the constant process of growth and development, they have always been driven to see St. Louis restored through transformating actions. They are proud of what has happened in St. Louis through LOVEtheLOU and are excited about what will continue to happen as they grow and develop.

Maxson Family – Team Expansion

Dubai, UAE
The Maxson family is ministering in Dubai, UAE to individuals and families that have moved there to work. They are teaching the gospel in a unique way for the migrant workers in the country to be able to share with co-workers and take the message back to their home country.

Messimer Family – Team Expansion

Allen & Cherry Messimer have been missionaries in Taiwan since October  2004. Taiwan has a great need for the Gospel. Over 90% of the people still worship idols. They are part of a team serving under the umbrella of Team Expansion. Their purpose is to glorify God among the people of Taiwan by planting churches.
Their mission is to rely upon God’s power through prayer to evangelize, disciple, and train so that every believer can use their gifts in a simple church ministry, and every church can be fruitful in starting new, indigenous, simple churches.

Sanchez Family – Outreach International

Colima, Mexico – Me & My House Ministries
The Sanchez Family serves in Colima, Mexico with the goal of starting a church planting movement. They are currently mentoring a couple to lead their first church plant in Manzanillo and are serving in their second church plant in Colima.

Shiloh Christian Children’s Ranch

Kahoke & Clarence, MO – shilohranch.org
Shiloh is a safe haven for abused and neglected children. The ministry of Shiloh now includes a total of six homes, two relief homes, plus an onsite school at the Kahoka, MO site.

Show-Me Christian Youth Home

Show-Me Christian Youth Home is a faith-based organization dedicated to improving the lives of children struggling because of circumstances in their current home environment. They believe every child deserves a home, a family, the opportunity for a better future and an excellent eternity.
They seek to partner with others ready to put their compassion into action to impact children, families, and break the cycle for future generations. With your help, they can make a difference for good.

St. Louis Christian College

St. Louis Christian College desires to educate Christians and to graduate leaders who are equipped for service to God. They seek learners who are:
∙Committed to Christ and highly motivated to serve God and the church
∙Students who are capable of successfully completing the academic regors of college education
∙Adults who are willing to assimilate both knowledge and skills through service and mentored off-campus learning experiences
∙Men & Women who are drawn from a diversity of geographic, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds

World Vision

World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization helping children, families, and their communities overcome poverty and injustice. Through their sponsorship programs, they help bring clean water, food, clothing, education, and a relationship with God to families in need. Our church participated in #CHOSEN and 146 children were able to choose their sponsor from those at WCC that signed up to be chosen. If you would like to sponsor a child in the same communities that WCC has invested in, go to worldvision.org and choose a child from Budde Kalamba or Kalongo, Uganda. You can learn more about what World Vision is doing in these communities here:
Budde Kalamba                   Kalongo