Our "Journey on Mission" Team Purpose:

Matthew 28:18-20, Acts 1:8

People are searching for answers to life’s questions. Many have questions about meaning and the purpose of life. "Who is God?," "Who is Jesus?," "Is the Bible true?", and "How to pray."  Alpha is a place to explore the Christian faith with others. It's a series of conversations focused on the questions of life, faith, and meaning. Each session includes a time to connect with others, hear a talk on some element of faith, and provide a chance for people to share their own questions and perspectives with the group. Dinner is served each week at 6:30 p.m.

Alpha in Downtown Camas WA -  The Alpha Course meets on Monday evenings beginning September 19.  The course runs for 9 weeks.

2023 Journey Mission Activities




Holiday Food Baskets at Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas
Pathways Pregnancy Resource Center
Downtown Camas Prayer
Partnership with Downtown Camas Events as Outreach
5 Rock Ranch for at-risk families
Compassion to Action
A Jesus Mission
Mission Mexico (Juliu Bucur/Iglesia La Mision, Mazatlan,Mexico)
Samaritan’s Purse/Operation Christmas Child, World Disaster Relief
International Persecuted Church

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Persecuted Church Resources 

The Voice of the Martyrs (VOM)
 A nonprofit, interdenominational missions organization that serves persecuted Christians around the world. Founded in 1967 by Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand, VOM is dedicated to inspiring believers to deepen their commitment to Christ and to fulfill His Great Commission — no matter the cost.

International Christian Concern: A Holistic Approach to Persecution Ministry
Persecution is a multifaceted problem that requires a comprehensive solution. Over two decades ICC has developed a unique approach focused on Assistance, Advocacy, and Awareness. We exist to bandage the wounds of persecuted Christians and to build the Church in the toughest parts of the world.

Open Doors
This organization's purpose is to strengthen and equip Christians around the world
who are facing persecution and discrimination because of their faith in Jesus Christ, and to encourage their involvement in world evangelism by: providing Bibles, training, socio-economic development, intercessory prayer, Educating and mobilizing Christians in the free world to assist the persecuted Open Doors originated in 1955, when a young Dutchman started smuggling Bibles to the persecuted Christians in Communist Europe. He became known as Brother Andrew.