Our mission at Gateway Church is to connect people to Jesus Christ and to one another. To do this we equip people with the teachings of the Gospel, and help mobilize them to be on mission with God to fulfill the “Great Commission” Matthew 28:19-20.

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Local Missions

By equipping and mobilizing Gateway’s Life Groups we can partner with local organizations and missionaries to take the Gospel to our community. 

Global Missions

By praying, giving, and going we partner with missionaries around the world and send out short - term teams to take the Gospel to the ends of the earth. This gives us an opportunity to make a global impact!

 

If you are interested in participating in a Gateway Mission Trip
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2018 Mission Trips

Cuba (March 10th - 17th / Cost - $950 per person – includes airfare, transportation, hotel, and most meals
Cuba is located in the northern Caribbean where the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic Ocean meet. It is the largest island in the
Caribbean and second-most populated with over 11 million inhabitants. Spanish is their official language. Cuba is officially a secular state. The government amended their constitution in 1992 to drop the state’s characterization as atheistic. This relaxation of restrictions from the government has led to an increase in house churches. The religious landscape however is strongly defined by syncretisms. For example, Christianity is often practiced in tandem with Santeria, a mixture of Catholicism and mostly African faiths.

  • Purpose – To serve alongside the local pastor to connect people to Jesus Christ and to one another.
  • Action – Help local house church pastors in leadership and training. VBS, Evangelism
     

Cuba (October 6th - 13th) / Cost - $1,100 per person – includes airfare, transportation, hotel and most meals
Cuba is located in the northern Caribbean where the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic Ocean meet. It is the largest island in the
Caribbean and second-most populated with over 11 million inhabitants. Spanish is their official language.
Cuba is officially a secular state. The government amended their constitution in 1992 to drop the state’s characterization as atheistic. This relaxation
of restrictions from the government has led to an increase in house churches. The religious landscape however is strongly defined by syncretisms.
For example, Christianity is often practiced in tandem with Santeria, a mixture of Catholicism and mostly African faiths.

  • Purpose – To serve alongside the local pastor to connect people to Jesus Christ and to one another.
  • Action – Medical Team/Biblical & Leadership Training
     

Pikeville, Ky Family Trip (July 8th - 13th) / Cost – $300 per person
Shoes of Hope event that week and it is always a special time. Shoes of Hope is an event where we ask all of the mission teams attending to collect
brand new pairs of tennis shoes for school-aged children and bring them to Pikeville. On Thursday of that week, we give out the shoes. We measure
each child’s feet, we wash their feet and present the Gospel to them, and then present them with a brand new pair of tennis shoes and socks. It’s
amazing! In addition to Shoes of Hope, we need teams to help us with home repair, VBS and/or sports camps, etc.

  • Purpose – To connect people to Jesus Christ and to one another through serving
  • Action -  To host a VBS, distribute shoes, and do light construction

 
Dominican Republic Baseball (November 3rd - 8th)
This is a men’s mission trip to the Dominican Republic. On this trip we will share the Gospel by using baseball as a tool. We will put on baseball
clinics in different cities, visit a girls’ orphanage, and feed people in a sugarcane village. It’s a great trip, as men we get to grow in our relationship
with Jesus, and connect with other like-minded guys. (Cost $700)
 

High School Trips:

Dominican Republic (JUNE 16th - 24th / DATES COULD SHIFT A DAY OR TWO DEPENDING ON PLANE TICKET PRICES)
Sports and Bible Camp
The team will help run a camp each day for children in the community near our school in Barahona.  In the morning they will be working with 5 - 11
year-olds and in the afternoon 12-year- olds and up.  The participants of the camp rotate through stations- sports, bible, worship, etc.  Each camper
learns about Jesus, receives a nutritious meal, and has lots of fun.  Our team will also be doing some light construction, prayer walks, and evening
youth activities where they will be sharing testimonies
 
Haiti Trip (July 14th - 21st)
Day Camps
The team will travel to 1 of our 7 churches/schools each day where they will help run a Day camp for the children in the area.  These day camps
consist of worship, learning about Jesus, and fun activities.  Each camper will also receive a nutritious lunch while they are there.  Camp usually runs
from 9 am to noon, each day.  In the afternoon, our team helps with a light construction project and in the evenings there will be outreach activities
with teenagers in the area.  These outreach activities might include small group time, sharing of testimonies and playing activities together.

 

 

The Gateway Church Outreach Program called Operation Bless Back focuses on harnessing the power of those who serve to make a positive impact on our community and world.  

The Gateway Church Outreach Program called Operation Bless Back focuses on harnessing the power of those who serve to make a positive impact on our community and world.