Missions Giving is divided between Global Missions and Local Missions.


Global Missions receives 70% of the gifts and Local missions receives 30% of the gifts.




Global Missions spends its money on the following:


Covenant World Relief. Provides humanitarian aid to respond to the needs of the most vulnerable.


Covenant Missionaries. Our church sponsors the following missionaries: Karl and Sue Peterson (Mexico), Tom and Janice Kelly (retiring this year/Mexico), Chris and Diane Wiebe (Asia), Max McClure (Czech Republic).


Alaska Christian College. We have sent teams to ACC for years. The teams perform physical labor and the church donates money for supplies/materials to complete these projects.


South Africa. Members of our church sponsor 25 children at River of Life Orphan Care Center through One Life Child Sponsorship. We have sent teams to South Africa for the last 5 years. Our church has made financial commitments to River of Life and designated funds are used for projects at the care center. These projects include building maintenance, garden seeds/supplies/physical labor, installations of a playground, land cleared for a soccer field, some staff needs. The church has collected school supplies, clothes for pre-schoolers, personal care products, and raised funds for a fence around the property. Money has been raised by Children’s ministries VBS for soccer equipment, chickens, and goats.


Czech Republic. We are currently reviewing our status in Czech Republic. We will be taking a group to Czech in the summer of 2018 to participate in English Camp. Some designated funds have been given for Czech. We have a new Covenant missionary there that we are supporting.


Mission Trip Assistance. Money is used to help supplement those adults who would like to participate in a mission trip but do not have the financial means to do so.


Madison’s Moms. Along with Women’s Ministries, and a group of mom’s in the church, support is being raised for Madison Wolfe. Madison is a member of our church and will be serving as a missionary in the Philippines for three years.


Local Missions spends its money on the following:


Local Missionaries. Tim Lin with InterVarsity, Dave Gras with Navigators, Samy and Eman Awad with Navigators, Freedom Fire Ministries including Church under the Bridge.


Partner Schools. Westview Elementary in Olathe, Sunflower Elementary in Shawnee-Mission, Christa McAuliffe Elementary in Shawnee Mission.


The CCC Community Garden. Expenses for the garden are paid by donations to local missions.


Olathe Outreach. We collect and congregation purchases gift cards to be given to homeless children/families in the Olathe School System. When the commitment is not met by donations local missions purchases, the remaining cards and/or other requested items.


Good News Club. Held once a week at Westview Elementary, Good News Club gives the local church a way to carry the Gospel into a public school with the hope that the kids attending this club, along with their families, will attend church. Local missions pays for supplies and curriculum.


Student Mobilization. This organization trains up college students to share their lives and the Gospel to other college students throughout the region. Students learn to study the Bible, share their faith and participate in pioneer missions.


Advice and Aid Pregnancy Center. Helps women and their families make an educated decision about an unplanned pregnancy.


North Central Multi-Service Center Food Pantry. Food is donated, collected and delivered weekly to the pantry. Fresh produce is donated from the church’s community garden during the spring and summer. Local Serve funds are used to help with emergency situations in the food pantry.


Thanksgiving and Christmas Food and Gift Baskets. The congregation contributes both financially and with donated items to fill baskets which are distributed to needy households in our partner schools. Local missions uses funds to supplement needed basket items, purchase supplies, etc.


Church Serve Day. Local Missions pays for supplies needed to perform the necessary work on this day (2X per year).


City Union Mission. A group of CCC members cooks and serves dinner to residents of the mission several times throughout the year. The church also participates in various collections of things that are needed by the residents such as clothing and shoes.