Our Mission

Our mission is to make more and better disciples!

    • Scroll down for more information on local outreach, international/cross-cultural ministry, opportunities for personal involvement, our core values, and quick facts.

Local Outreach

      • 1. Serve our community. We look for ways to serve our local communities by hosting and joining local events for the public.  more info
      • 2. Give help to individuals. We support people in need through programs and other sources. more info
      • 3. Show God's grace. Our church is open to all.  We are spreading God's light and grace to all people.
      • 4. Online Video Library. Anyone anywhere in the world can request access to our online video library that has over 15,000 Christian training resources for all ages.  Send an email to goldsborocog@gmail.com and request access to RightNow Media library!
      • 5. "Man Cave". Tuesdays (7 pm), men meeting with men talking about things on men's minds. For post high through retirees guys, this group meets off campus. Call 1-724-630-4956 for more info!

Cross-cultural ministries

  • Asia

    Our fellowship of believers has had a connection with South Asia since 1898. What now is several different countries was then simply "India".   The pink space in map above is…

  • Western Hemisphere

    Brazil Our ministry in Brazil was launched when Pastor Gordon & Annie Avey returned in 1994 to Campinas after additional studies in the States. They had previously served with another…

  • USA, Sweden, Kenya

    USA Asian Pacific Pastor Dave & Kenda Kapaku arrived on Maui in August 2003 to launch a church planting ministry in Dave’s homeland. Their desire to reach native Hawaiians led to…

Change the world by supporting our mission today

Missionary Shares Program

Cross Cultural missionaries are funded through designated giving. Potential donors are encouraged to prayerfully consider giving one or more shares of $25/month to the missionary of their choice.
$300 is less than $1 a day. In most cases, extra discipline or sacrifice is all that is required. However, have you ever considered making a “ faith promise” whereby you trust the Lord for an amount solely based—not on what you know you have or can afford to give but—on what God alone can supply through you from some unanticipated source? A faith-promise is money God wants to give through you for missions that He ordinarily would not give to you! (If you want to know more about what a faith promise is and how it works, request a copy of the book Your Church Can Excel in Global Giving (for only $9.95 from our CGGC office).

ACTS Teams

Inter-generational, short-term mission trips for Advancing Christ Through Service
Two week trips to stateside sites (Meridian, MS; San Diego, CA; Navajo/SW USA) or to international sites (Rotterdam, Netherlands; Haiti; Dominican Republic). For more information, visit Transformational Ministries website: http://tm.cggc.org/ACTS.

Children of Promise

Supporting the students from our poorest village churches whose parents cannot afford schooling for them that are attending the Khanjanpur Boarding School in the Jaypurhat district.
$20 a month provides for their education, meals, lodging and medical care. The great thing about the program is that many of our present leaders in Bangladesh have gone to this school. So by sponsoring a student, not only are you helping the students, but also you are providing for the future leaders and improvement of the communities. When you set-up a sponsorship, you will receive a photo and bio of the student.

Core Values and Quick Facts

1. We value obedience to Jesus’ command to make disciples of all nations because God will receive greater glory when lost people find Him.

2. We value an expanding vision for cross-cultural ministry throughout the CGGC at all levels by mobilizing believers to take a more active role in reaching the harvest.

3. We value the planting of culturally relevant churches which produce and multiply healthy disciples.

4. We value the recruitment and nurture of mature Christians who attain competence through spiritual growth and training to strategically serve wherever they are deployed as missionaries.

5. We value a missionary strategy which models and enables servant leadership.

6. We value the contribution each church in every culture can make through the proper stewardship of God’s resources.

7. We value bold steps of faith that force us to depend totally on God.

8. We value holistic ministries (educational, medical, vocational, etc.) which enable persons to honor and serve God more freely.

9. We value interdependence with other organizations to advance God’s kingdom.

Affiliate Ministries: The “affiliate” status is our way of recognizing missionaries who are members of the Churches of God serving with other faith missions organizations. CCM has officially recognized 18 missionary units at this time.

Tim & Bim Arthun, Water Project for Haiti | Caring Community, Eastern

Jim & Kay Baker, Navajo Missions Inc. | Lancaster First, Eastern

John & Dixie Bickel, God’s Littlest Angels | Lodge, Midwest

Ron & Jenny Gaff, Campus Crusade | Columbia City, Midwest

Chris & Vickie Gerardi, Camp Pennacle | Central Manor, Eastern

Gary & Kelly Grecco , Youth for Christ | Hanover, Eastern

Jennifer Haeusser, Youth with a Mission | Hollidaysburg, Eastern

Alycia Hodil, Coalition for Christian Outreach | Chambersburg, Eastern

Stan & Sandy Ide, Inter-Collegiate Ministries | Columbia City, Midwest

Jacob & Lauren Jones, Fundacion Comunidad Viva | Urban Light, Midwest

Ray & Georgia Landis, TEAM | Madison, Great Lakes

David & Nancy Leventry, Missionary Tech Team | Central Manor, Eastern

Wesley & Mindy McKnight, Crossworld | Urban Light, Midwest

Glenn & Betty Osborn, China Outreach Ministries | Mechanicsburg, Eastern

Roddy & Nancy Runyan, Fruitbelt Farmworkers Ministry | North Middleton, Eastern

Julie Snyder, Immanuel Mission |  Chambersburg, Eastern

Darlene Weidman, Wycliffe Translators | Central Manor, Eastern

John & Jennifer Young, Wycliffe Bible Translators | Bunker Hill, Midwest