Global Outreach strives to develop globally minded followers of Christ who have a heart for the lost, hurting, oppressed, orphaned, and unreached. By partnering with different organizations, we can make a difference around the world.
Summit partners with Agape International Missions (AIM) to fight sex trafficking in Cambodia. AIM houses and cares for rescued children, provides employment to victims, and has planted churches in the areas they serve. Summit brings law enforcement and military professionals to assist in the training of anti-trafficking police with AIM SWAT. Men's Encounter teams facilitate a similar event for men who lived much of their lives in the USA and were deported back to Cambodia. Short–term teams visit Cambodia each year and offer a variety of ways to serve.
Next Trip Date: February 2020
Summit has a long-standing partnership with evangelical churches throughout Chile as an outgrowth of the ten years that Steve and Pam Bond served as missionaries there. The primary focus of Summit's efforts is primarily directed toward church planting. In the next ten years we hope to assist at least five new congregations with purchasing properties and building church facilities. Short-term teams will visit Chile each January to help facilitate these construction projects.
Next Trip: January 2020 Learn more or fill out the application.
Summit partners with Missions of Hope International (MOHI), working in both urban Nairobi and the more rural parts of Kenya. MOHI works to alleviate poverty through community health programs, providing education for more than 14,500 students, job training, and microfinance programs. Summit sends mission teams annually, partners with MOHI monthly, and 200 Summit families partner as child sponsors.
San Francisco City Impact
In 2015 Summit began sending mission teams to the Tenderloin District of San Francisco to serve at City Impact. City Impact serves the tenderloin community through a community church, rescue mission, K-8th grade school, health clinic, thrift store, adopt–a–building, and regular street outreaches. Summit teams of high school students visit each fall, and adults visit each spring. Team members support all of the aspects of City Impact’s ministry and have an opportunity to work on a unique mission field that is also very close to home.
Next Trip Date: October 2019
We also provide support for several missionaries around the world.
Matt & Jessica Whelchel, Mustard Seed Network
Wallace and Mary Kamau, Missions of Hope International, Nairobi, Kenya
Frankie & Janae Santiago, All Nations ministry to refugees
REGIONAL AWANA MISSIONARIES
Jeff and Judy Gilpin, Awana missionaries both regionally and internationally