CM Outreach Projects

Each quarter our His Kids and Little Explorers Sunday morning classes collect an offering for a new outreach project. This project is usually related to kids in some other part of the world. Usually the first Sunday of the quarter, the kids are introduced to the project during our opening. They learn a little about what the project is, where the country is on a map, how to say a few words like “please” and “thank you” in that language. We chart the progress of our collecting in some classes and on a bulletin board in the hallway.

We are blessed in that we do not use our offering money to buy our curriculum for the classes here. We use it as a teaching tool for our kids to learn about the world of missions and how they can be a part of that. We encourage parents to have some chores for the kids to do each week that help them “earn” their offering. We also suggest that the information sheet we send home each quarter is placed on the refrigerator for the whole family to remember to pray for that people group for the quarter.

BilumThis Quarter's Outreach Project - A Bible for Every Bilum
This is a goal Sunday School kids will be working toward this quarter. A bilum is a woven string bag most people in Papua New Guinea use to carry things. We will partner with Wycliffe Bible Translators to print and distribute the newly-translated books of Luke and Acts in the Mussau language. Join us in praying the Mussau people can let go of tribal beliefs and fears and learn to trust the truth about Jesus as they have the Bible to read.