Eastern Mennonite Missions

Eastern Mennonite Missions is an Anabaptist mission agency supported primarily by the congregations of Lancaster Mennonite Conference. Other churches, conferences, and agencies in North America also participate in the mission, including the churches of Good News Fellowship, and Atlantic Coast, Franklin, and New Your Mennonite conferences. EMM partners with an internatnioal network of Anabaptist oriented churches and regional mission centers on six continents.

Mennonite Central Committee

Mennonite Central Committee, a worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches, shares God's love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice.

Mennonite Partners in China

Mennonite Partners in China (MPC), formerly China Educational Exchange (CEE), was founded in 1981 when five Mennonite church agencies partnered to send English teachers to China and to accept visiting professors at Mennonite colleges in North America

Joel's Heart for Haiti

In 2008, at 19 years of age, Joel Crouse went on his first trip to the YWAM base in Saint Marc, Haiti.  During this trip, he decided to soon return to serve for an entire month. The following year, Joel found himself returning to serve again for two weeks.  On these trips, he was involved in food distribution, working on the YWAM base, cleaning up the trash in the streets of Saint Marc, and even repairing the roof on the police station.


After Joel's death in 2009, a "Joel's Heart for Haiti Fund" was set up. Since then several work teams have gone to Saint Marc to serve the people there. The money collected through "Joel's Heart for Haiti" is strictly for Haiti. It doesn't cover travel expenses or lodging, but is instead used to purchase building materials and food for distribution as well as any other items needed to achieve the goals the work teams have while they are there. Thank you for allowing us to keep Joel's legacy and passion in Haiti alive!

Orphan Resources International

Rod and Sarah Martin founded Orphan Resources International in 2002, while visiting their first adopted child from Guatemala.  During this time several orphanages were visited, and a great need for a support network was recognized.  From this point ORI was developed on a small scale to take work teams and donations to 2 or 3 private Guatemalan orphanages.  Over the last 11 years, 45 orphanages have been added to our list of support as the funding has increased. To date, all of the programs in place have been funded by private monetary donations and or grants through foundations. 7 years ago a shipping program was put into place for transporting donated goods by shipping containers to our warehouse in Guatemala and then distributed among the orphanages. We also have volunteer programs in place to assist in the orphanages, including support staff in the country. Our goal is to continue to supply resources to the Orphanages of Guatemala so they can continue operating in the mission that God called them to do.