Congregational Holiness Church
World Missions

Executive Director
Rev. Charles Hanson 

The Congregational Holiness Church serves in more than 34 countries around the world. There are approximately 10,000 overseas churches and missions with over 15,000 workers. Workers are trained through Extension Education Training. The World Missions Department supports orphanages. Bible schools, church construction projects, and national workers. We provide vehicles for national leaders and are engaged in an extensive Bible distribution program around the world.  The City of Refuge street kids orphanage in Honduras is a facility to feed. clothe, evangelize, and educate the many homeless children in San Pedro Sula. Active opportunities exist for individuals to minister on the foreign field through MOBIL (Missions Overseas By Involving Laity) construction and medical teams. The World Missions and General Christian Education Departments jointly sponsor youth mission trips. The Executive Director of World Missions administers the overall world mission program of the Congregational Holiness Church.

It was 2000 years ago when Jesus told His disciples to go into all the world and preach the gospel.  From that day until the present, the church has been involved in carrying out the command.  From the earliest days of the Congregational Holiness Church, we have heard the call.  As we lift our eyes and look upon the fields, we see that while much has been accomplished, there is still much to do.  With your help, we can touch people for Jesus in regions where the Gospel is not as freely preached as here at home.

Thank You for Giving to the Lord

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the churches who continuously contribute to World Missions.  Let me extend heartfelt appreciation to all the churches who give on a monthly basis. Monthly giving keeps the doors open for the Congregational Holiness Church to reach the lost. I want to encourage our readers to become leaders in helping their church see the need to make World Missions a part of their monthly budget.

"Feast of Ingathering"

Offering will be received on the Sunday before Thanksgiving in November.  

The goal set this year is $300,000.00

 Theme:  Together we can reach the world that Jesus died to save.

 Verse:  "But this I say, He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully.  Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.  And God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every work"   (2 Corinthians 9:6-8)

Charles and Susan Hanson
     The 10/40 Window: Reaching the Lost at Any Cost

      “And this Gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come” (Matthew 24:14, NIV).

      There were approximately 300 million people in the world when Jesus gave the Great Commission to His disciples.Currently, we have over seven billion people living on planet Earth, with approximately two billion Christians. Yet, there are approximately five billion who are not Christians. More than 1.5 billion of these souls who have never heard the Gospel live within the 10/40 Window!

      The 10/40 Window is a densely populated, rectangularshaped area from West Africa to East Asia. Technically, it extends from 10 degrees south to 40 degrees north of the equator. Nearly four billion people live here, including 90 percent of the world’s poorest of the poor, and it is the seat of every major non-Christian religion. This area of the world has the greatest human suffering combined with the least exposure to Christianity.
 It is not too late for you or your church to give to the Feast of Ingathering offering. This will help your World Missions Department reach the lost at any cost throughout the world!

Christmas Shoe boxes to Children


Each year Congregational Holiness Church members from every district in the United States have been sending a very special touch of Christmas to thousands of children all across the CHC World Missions field, by building, wrapping and sending gifts of love to children who otherwise may not receive anything for Christmas. This year you can help make Christmas even more special than ever by organizing a "Christmas for the Children" group in your local church to build and send Christmas shoeboxes to children who need love.

 *  Use a standard size shoebox or plastic container.

*  Print gender and age on the box.

*  Place a rubber band along the width and length of box.

* Optional:  Wrapping with Christmas paper.

Suggested Gifts:  doll, stuffed animal, jump ropes, cars, coloring books, yo-yos, paper, pencils, pens, pencil sharpeners, toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, comb, brush, hair clips, socks, ball caps, sunglasses, bibles, books and anything that would make a child happy.

Click below to make a special "Feast of Ingathering" Offering now.

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