Supporting Global Missions
of NWChurch

"Go therefore and make
disciples of all nations...."

Matthew 28:19

What do you do when you have good news? You share it with all your friends and family. We feel that way about the Good News of Jesus Christ—that God made a way for us to be able to come to Him anytime. That news is so good, we are dedicated to sharing it all over the world by supporting missionaries and agencies that do just that.

Where in the world is NWChurch?

Here's a list of the countries where are serving,
 or places we have a partnering organization.
Click on each one for more information or to contact them by email. 
  • Kisumu, Kenya - Ring Road Teachers
  • Makua-Metto, Mozambique - Chad & Amy Westerholm
  • Western Mozambique - Owen & Eunice Ruraca
  • Kitali, Kenya - Children's Home
  • Frontier Ventures - Darrell & Linda Dorr

For those areas where sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ is illegal,
we protect those who represent us in that part of the world.
  • West Africa - Pioneer Bible Translators
  • Pakistan - Via Special Offerings

Missions Blog

Scroll down to read about some of the last news from our Missions Team and our missionaries around the world.

Special Thanks from Ring Road
June 2nd, 2020
Northwest Church received a special word of thanks from Jared at RingRoad Ministries for the much-needed supplies we sent them. Cllick here to view the video message.RingRoad Ministries is located in Kisumu, Kenya, and oversees several programs:Orphans Day School, which serves 385 children each dayGirls' Center, which cares for 60 local girlsLakeside Christian Children's homeThank you so much for ...
Who are Darrell & Linda Dorr?
April 10th, 2020
Darrell and Linda Dorr are mission partners with the NWChurch.  Their hearts are with the global mission effort, but they live and serve here in Seattle.  We asked Darrell to explain and expound upon why and how they do what they do. You will often find them greeting at one of the sanctuary entrances on Sunday mornings or sharing a smile and a word of encouragement around the coffee service.Follow...
Global Missions: Challenges, Hardships, Dangers (part 3)
March 21st, 2020
Challenges, Hardships and Dangers (part 3)by Sue Calhoun (Missions Team Member)The last of this series of blog posts focuses on perhaps the most unique and challenging issue that our mission partners face, a societal environment that is hostile to Christianity, as the apostle Paul describes is his first letter to the Thessalonians: “for you also endured the same sufferings at the hands of your own...
Global Missions: Challenges, Hardships, Dangers (part 2)
March 17th, 2020
Challenges, Hardships and Dangers (Part 2)by Sue Calhoun (Missions Team Member)Please keep praying with us for our mission partners using 2 Corinthians 4:7-9“But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us. We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but no...
Challenges, Hardships, Dangers
March 6th, 2020
Life on the Mission Field by Sue Calhoun, Missions Ministry Team MemberThe life of a missionary is meaningful and rewarding, but certainly not easy. As you read about some of the challenges our mission partners face, please pray with us for the Lord’s protection and provision.I have been contemplating daily life for the Rainwaters, the Westholms, the Ruracas, along with the staff at the Ring Road ...

Our Mission Outposts

The NWChurch global impact is shown in the map to your right. 100% of what we do and where we are is "mission." Every location is a mission outpost. Every pastor – a located missionary. Every member – an ambassador.

Your support through regular offerings and special offerings fund mission activities at home and abroad. Thank you for your support of these five global mission sites of the NWChurch.

Sunday, May 31st, is 2020 Pentecost. This traditionally is a day when the NWChurch devotes special emphasis to Global Missions, takes up a special offering for special needs and projects, and remembers the Global view God has for His Kingdom.