The Gospel calls us to be a part of God's mission to build His kingdom. We seek to glorify God by declaring and displaying the gospel with our families, neighbors, co-workers, classmates and friends. We also desire to see healthy gospel-centered churches planted in some of the most unreached and unengaged places around the world.
"I thank my God in all my remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you all making my prayer with joy, because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now." Philippians 1:3-5
Through prayer, financial giving, and sending of teams we partner with the following churches and missionaries to see the gospel go forth in greater Boston, the US, and the world.
Beacon Community Church
Beacon Community Church desires to share Christ, develop disciples, connect as a community, serve their neighbors, and multiply God's mission. Dane Helsing, their lead pastor, together with his wife Laura, planted Beacon Community Church in 2015 in Belmont, MA.
Global Mission Church NY
Global Mission is a Nepalese church plant that strives to be the center for the holistic transformation of their community, where spiritual, physical, social and emotional needs are met and people continue to celebrate the joy of fullness of life in Christ. Silvanus Bhandari, their lead pastor, together with his wife Aleno, planted Global Mission in 2015 in Forest Hills (Queens), NY.
Renaissance Church desires to love Jesus, others, and our world. James Copeland, their lead pastor, together with his wife Abi, planted Renaissance Church in 2015 in Montreal, Canada.
The Cooper* family serves on remote islands in Southeast Asia reaching those who have little to no access to the Gospel. Want more information or to receive the ministry updates? Contact our Global Missions Coach, Ellen Schumacher.
The Luce family equips TIMO (Training in Ministry Outreach) teams to plant multiplying churches in Africa's unreached areas. Want more information or to receive the ministry updates? Contact Kevin Luce.
*Names changed for security.
"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth." Acts 1:8
Out of obedience and a love for God, prayerfully consider joining us on a life transforming mission trip to one of our partnership locations. God will grow you and your heart for Him, as well as work through each member of the team to love others around the world.
Interested in taking a next step with mission trips?
2. Attend an Interest Meeting
3. Contact a Trip Leader
(contact info below)
All attenders of RHC are invited to join us on a mission trip to Montreal, Canada to serve with Renaissance Church on October 8-11, 2021 (pending COVID-19 restrictions). During this trip the team will engage in various opportunities (coffee outreaches, service projects, etc.) to serve the church and surrounding community. Join us as we encourage the staff and local body of Renaissance Church.The cost is estimated to be $150 per person (includes transportation, lodging, food and supplies). Deadline to apply is August 1, 2021.
Want to learn more? On July 11, an interest meeting will be held following the service. For more information, contact Trip Leader John Reddy.
All college students of RHC are invited to consider participating in Summer LINK (Laborers Impacting Nations for the Kingdom). This is a 4-6 week intensive discipleship program owned and operated by local churches through national and international partnership. Summer LINK equips students to become a part of the momentum across the country and around the globe—men and women willing to live on mission, following Jesus to the ends of the earth, and seeing the fulfillment of the Great Commission. Locations include: right here in Medford, South Carolina, North Carolina, Michigan, Georgia, Florida, India, and Prague.
Other International Missions
All attenders of RHC are invited to consider participating in one of the mission opportunities offered by one of our partner organizations, the International Mission Board. There are short-term (1-8 weeks), mid-term (2 months - 3 years), and long-term (3+ years) options.
Mission Trip Updates
Written by: John Reddy
During the Columbus Day weekend, October 11-14, an RHC short-term mission team traveled to Montreal, to serve alongside of one of our partners, Renaissance Church. Located in the “Little Burgundy” section of this cosmopolitan city, the beginning gathering of followers of Jesus is reaching its community, where about 0.3% of the population attends a gospel church. Our team of 7 sought to both encourage the church planters and reach residents with the love and hope of Jesus. Here are some of the impactful highlights from this 4 day, 3 night experience:
Encourage/Serve the Church Planters
- Through providing childcare for a much needed 'date night', the church staff received the gift of time together and connection.
- We joined the team for Sunday morning setup, tear down, greeting, and worship.
- Later that afternoon, we traveled to another recent church plant, Voyage Church, who was sent out from Renaissance Church. We celebrated their 6th public Worship Service with them.
- With a focus on connecting with Montrealers, on Saturday, we provided a free coffee outreach at the Lionel-Grioux Metro Station, which is within walking distance of Renaissance Church. Our team was overjoyed to love people through giving free coffee and snacks, inviting people passing by to church, and sharing more of the “good news” through engaging in spiritual conversations with those who lingered around. We also offered sandwiches for the many, young homeless, doing that sensitively in the name of Jesus.
- On our last day, our group went to Mont Royale, which overlooks this city of 1.8 million people. There, we considered the great opportunity before us to be engaged in God's mission. Humbly, we committed ourselves to intercessory prayer and a future of “going” in the spirit of Jesus’ commissioning in Luke 10.
Written by: Stephanie and Caleb Wong
As uncomfortable as things were externally, the spiritual sense of lostness broke our hearts. On the first day, we visited a Hindu temple. It was sad to see so many people worshiping gods for healing or good fortune, but it’s all empty. Those gods aren't alive and don’t offer anything real. We watched as they placed special fabric on a specific tree to ward off evil spirits harming their families.
Queens, New York
"After getting off the 7 train at 74th and Broadway we were blindsided with culture. Smells, sounds, languages, clothing, music—all so foreign. It was hard to believe we were only a four hour drive from home.
Summer LINK equips students to become a part of the momentum already mounting across the country and the globe—men and women willing to live on mission, following Jesus to the ends of the earth, and seeing the fulfillment of the Great Commission. Locations include: right here in Medford, South Carolina, North Carolina, Michigan, Georgia, Florida, India, and Prague.
Generation Link Residency
The Generation LINK Residency is an intense yearlong residency program through the local church designed to develop men and women as life-long disciple makers. Generation LINK residents gain diverse ministry experience, valuable leadership opportunities, rigorous theological training, and intentional discipleship, all within the context of rich gospel community. Locations include: right here in Medford, South Carolina, North Carolina, Michigan, Georgia, Florida, India, and Prague.