Making Jesus Known Around the World
We are so excited that God has given us the amazing opportunity to be a part of spreading of the gospel around the world. Below is a list of some of the ministries we are actively a part of. If you would like to learn more about St. Paul's Church and our involvement with the ministries below, please contact us. We'd be happy to answer your questions and connect you with the people in charge of these ministries.
boma, dominican republic
Each year a team from St. Paul's makes its way to the village of Boma in the Dominican Republic to serve the people there and to learn from them what it looks like to follow Jesus as a disciple. To learn more about our Boma mission team, please contact Chase Edgar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
walk with rwanda
From the very beginning, St. Paul's Church has been connected with the Anglican Church of Rwanda. We were planted under the jurisdiction of PEAR USA (the American branch of the Rwandan Church) and we continue to be dedicated to walking with our brothers and sisters in Africa.
We support the Anglican Church of Rwanda both financially and through prayer.
missionaries in egypt
Coming out of our own congregation here at SPC, Kerry and Cynthia serve at All Saints’ Cathedral in Cairo, Egypt. Kerry is the Priest-in-Charge of the English-Speaking Congregations. There are 20-25 different nationalities worshipping together. As the ‘mother church’ of the Anglican Diocese of Egypt, the Cathedral regularly hosts visitors from other parts of the Anglican Communion and seeks to be a resource to the wider church in Egypt for raising up a new generation of disciples of Christ.
church plant in spartanburg, sc
Mike and Ellen Myers are serving the Lord through the Diocese of the Carolinas by planting The Gathering Church, an Anglican church plant in Spartanburg, SC. Their hope is to gather people to worship the Lord, experience the depth and richness of His love and goodness, share authentic life together daily, and share the gospel in love and truth with our community.