Missionsin Mississippi

We Have a MissionWe Have a Mission

We Have a Mission


Why does the church exist? According to Matthew’s Gospel, the risen Christ made it clear: “Go therefore and make disciples…

United Methodist Missions in Mississippi BookUnited Methodist Missions in Mississippi Book

United Methodist Missions in Mississippi Book


The District Mission Coordinators have compiled a new book about the various mission opportunities in Mississippi. It contains a brief…

A New Paradigm of PartnershipA New Paradigm of Partnership

A New Paradigm of Partnership


In Mission Together (IMT) is a global partnership network available to equip your conference, district or church for transformational partnerships…

Goal of 1,000,000,000 Meals for Stop Hunger NowGoal of 1,000,000,000 Meals for Stop Hunger Now

Goal of 1,000,000,000 Meals for Stop Hunger Now

Stop Hunger Now

The Mississippi Annual Conference has a goal, a goal that can make a huge impact on the lives of people…

Mississippi Mission Site NeedsMississippi Mission Site Needs

Mississippi Mission Site Needs


The mission sites in our conference do awesome work for the Kingdom. However, they cannot do the work that they…

Fighting Malaria Means Fighting EbolaFighting Malaria Means Fighting Ebola

Fighting Malaria Means Fighting Ebola


Fighting Malaria Means Fighting Ebola by Julie Frisbie*   The biggest Ebola outbreak in recorded history is sweeping across Guinea,…

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Missionary Itineration Beginning in April


Kathleen Peterson Serving At: Out in Faith Bakken Oil Rush Ministry Location: United States of America, North America Home Country:…

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The purpose of this site is to help Mississippi Methodists learn and understand how our connectivity helps us be the hands and feet of Christ in a way that none of us can do alone.

We, as Methodists, do great things for the Kingdom. The problem is that we are so quiet about it, even other Methodists in the state are unaware of the various missions at work right here in Mississippi.


Welcome, and please browse around the site and learn about the different ways that you are already involved in missions in our state without even knowing it. Hopefully, you will also learn what a difference you and your church can make when you begin to get intentional about outreach missions.


Many of our churches have local food and clothes pantries that help people right in their own communities. Take a look at the sites in your district to see what they need and how you can help. Know of a Methodist Mission that is not listed here? Please contact your District Mission Coordinators to see about getting it listed.


Itinerating Missionaries and Church and Community Workers as well as churches interested in having a Missionary or CCW come speak, should contact the Mississippi Conference Secretary for Global Missions This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


Safe Sanctuaries is more than guidelines, policies and procedures implemented to create an environment in which children, youth and the adults who work with them have boundaries of safe space. Safe Sanctuaries is an overt expression of a faith community in making a congregation a safe place where children, youth, seniors, and vulnerable adults may experience the abiding love of God and fellowship within the community of faith.  God calls us to make our churches safe places, protecting children and other vulnerable persons from abuse.  We are also called to make off-site venues or activities such as Volunteer-in-Mission trips and retreats as safe as possible. Visit cfc-ms.org for more information.

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Missions Book July 2014Missions Book July 2014

Print versions of various mission opportunities in Mississippi. It is suitable for handing out to individuals and groups with no computer access and can be used with congregations to start the discussion on Mississippi Missions. Click on the image to download a PDF of the book.