Community presbyterian mission efforts
Since 1963, The Medical Benevolence Foundation (MBF) has worked to provide hope and healing to those most in need. Working with our international church partners, MBF supports healing ministries in more than 100 hospitals and clinics throughout the world.
Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.
I Thessalonians 5: 16 – 18
MBF believes nothing of lasting significance will happen apart from the Lord’s help and blessing. For this reason, we are engaging the prayer partnership of our ministry partners in North America as well as our International Partners.
The Haiti Outreach Ministry foundation (HOM) encompasses three main focuses: Worship, Education, and Health Care. Each focus is grounded in serving Christ, while improving the lives of those Jesus calls them to serve. Over the years their ministry has expanded and many people have been touched in some way by the love of Jesus.
The mission of Haiti Outreach Ministries is to share God’s Good News and the love of Christ through evangelism, discipleship, and assisting in meeting the needs of the people of Haiti.
HOM has many programs designed to meet the needs of the Haitian people like evangelism, education, feeding and clean water programs, medical and dental care, building programs and microloan programs.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is the emergency and refugee program of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. Their mission enables congregations and mission partners of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) to show the healing love of Christ through caring for communities adversely affected by crisis and catastrophic events. This is accomplished by focusing on the long term recovery of disaster impacted communities. They also provide training and disaster preparedness for presbyteries and synods. PDA works collaboratively with church partners and members of the ACT Alliance (Action by Churches Together) internationally and nationally with other faith based responders.