Fellowship Covenant Church

Fellowship Covenant Missions

The purpose of the "Fellowship Covenant Church  Missions (FCC), under the direction of the "Outreach Council", is to conduct the mission's ministry of the Church. This work includes developing and managing the mission budget, informing and educating the congregation in the area of global and local missions, informing and encouraging individuals to consider career mission or short term mission opportunities, to correspond with missionaries we currently support and to review and recommend approval of missionaries to be supported through the missions budget.

We define "Missions" as ministries beyond the activities of the local church. These ministries may be cross-cultural and include evangelism, church planting, discipleship, support services and community development. FCC currently supports 10 individuals or families who are serving in the field. Of the 10, 3 individuals or families serve outside of the United States (overseas) and seven individuals or families serve in the continental United States. The Church supports four organizations, which include Covenant World Missions, Covenant World Relief,  and Arvada Resource for Ministry and Service (ARMS). The Church has provided  funds for the "New Day Covenant Church" which is a church plant in Boulder, Colorado. FCC also has provided land for "Hope House" which is a community ministry for teenage unwed mothers: whose purpose is to teach the young women to learn to care for their babies and to finish their education.