"And you shall be My witnesses--in Judaea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the Earth." Acts 1:7
Below are a few of the international ministries we support and serve.
Amor Ministries: Amor is committed to serving alongside families in need by building homes through life-changing mission trip opportunities.
Haiti Allies, SPARE a Child Program: In Haiti, the number of children able to enroll in secondary school is very low, with even fewer students actually graduating. First Presbyterian Church supports a student at the Cite Soleil Community School through the Sponsorship Program Aiding Relationships and Education (SPARE) program. Our sponsored student, Leonce Valcourt, writes to us with updates on his schooling and life.
Outreach for World Hope – Guatemala: The mission of OWH is to improve the quality of life of the world's poor by providing humanitarian aid, hope and compassion without regard to race, color, nationality or religious affiliation. A few times per year FPC joins OWH on short term mission trips where we participate in food and clothing distributions mobile medical clinics, and complete work projects. Our next mission trip will take place April 20-25, 2017. Cost will be $1600/person. Contact Tryg Knutson or the church office for more information. Opportunities for sponsoring water filtration units for families and/or sponsoring individual children in need of medical care and good nutrition are also available.
Thirst Ministries – Belize: Thirst Missions is the world's leader in providing short-term mission trips to Belize, Central America.
Below are a few of the national ministries we support and serve.
Storm Relief: FPC members have reached out in groups and individually to help those affected by natural disasters. Gulfport, MI, Joplin, MO, and Tuscaloosa, AL are a few of the affected areas that FPC has served.
U.S. Navy Reserve: Pastor Kirk Morlegde extends the ministry, mission, and outreach of First Presbyterian Church Waunakee by serving as a Chaplain in the United States Naval Reserve providing a ministry of presence, counsel, and compassion to the young men and women who serve our Country in uniform. As a Chaplain on reserve, Pastor Kirk is subject to mobilization for active service upon order of the President of the United States and/or the United States Congress.
Missions Supported by FPC