By , October 9, 2009


St. Paul’s works in partnership with five foreign missions and three domestic missions to spread the good news of Jesus Christ. Ten percent of all our tithes and offering go to support these ministries.   Below is a brief description of each mission and a link to their websites so you can find out the latest updates and pray for them.

International Missions

Relational Bridges International

Over a decade ago, God impressed upon Father S. Mark Browne (former priest of St. Paul’s and founder of RBI) that He wanted him to mobilize and train volunteers for short-term missions in former Communist pioneer Youth camps, orphanages and elder citizen facilities in the region around St. Petersburg, Russia. St. Paul’s has sent many teams over the years to join with RBI in building relationships and sharing the gospel in Russia.


The G. Family (YWAM Frontiers)

This family of five is part of a long-term church planting team in a country in Asia. Their work includes evangelism, mercy ministry (meeting physical needs) and training (discipleship).


Amon Family (The Jesus Film Project)

Flip and Connie Amon live in Orlando, Florida and have been supported missionaries of St. Paul’s for over 30 years. They work for Campus Crusade for Christ and are currently part of The Jesus Film Project, which entails coordination and cooperation with churches, denominations, missions and ministries worldwide to effectively utilize The Jesus Film as one way of giving everyone an opportunity to hear and respond to the gospel.



Love146 is an organization which works toward the abolition of child sex trafficking and exploitation though aftercare, prevention and advocacy. Love 146 trains aftercare workers, multiplies safe homes, aids socioeconomic development programs in high risk communities and provides a voice for these victims of modern-day slavery.


Dan Scribner (The Joshua Project/USCWM)

Dan & Mary and their children live in Colorado Springs, where Dan works for the Joshua Project (a ministry of the United States Center for World Missions), whose mission is to highlight the ethnic people groups of the world that have the least Christian presence and to encourage pioneer church-planting movements in their midst.


Domestic Missions

Jesus for Muslims Network

JFM is an organization whose purpose is to mobilize and link together those individuals, churches and organizations committed to reaching the nearly one million Muslims in the NY metro area. Their objectives are to strengthen and encourage Muslim background believers, to stimulate prayer for Muslims in the NYC area, and to train others to share the gospel with Muslims. They also operate a refuge center for homeless Muslims.


Pivot Ministries

Founded in 1970, Pivot helps men turn from drug and alcohol addiction to freedom in Christ. It is a Bible-based, Christ-centered, live-in program. Upon admission to the program men spend four months at the Bridgeport residence (phase One), then four additional months at the Norwalk residence (Phase Two).  Many of the graduates of phase One and Two also proceed to an eight­ month program (phase Three) at an out-of-state Teen Challenge training center.  There they continue their Christian training and receive vocational experience and, if needed, complete the requirements for a high school equivalency diploma.


Re-Entry Ministry

Queen Mims founded this live-in drug treatment center for women in Bridgeport. Their primary program takes women off the streets and ministers to them for 12 to 18 months. Its after-care ministries allow graduates to remain in the home while they pursue employment or education opportunities or work to reunite with their children. “Because of our faith in God the Father and the Holy Spirit we have an 85 percent success rate” Mims says”.



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