We aim as a church to display the worth of God to the world, so outreach is very important to us. We serve our community by volunteering at our local senior center, supporting our local food pantry, Pepperell Aid from Community to Home, providing local aid through our Deacons’ Fund, and inviting the people of Pepperell and surrounding communities to free concerts and fun events (such as Vacation Bible School, and our annual Harvest Party). A Serenity Choir based at PCF is available to sing to anyone in the local community who is unwell or home-bound and in need of encouragement.
As a church, we devote more than 10% of our income to supporting 10 missionary families and organizations, both at home and abroad. Our missionaries are engaged in a wide sweep of gospel activity: leading gospel camps for kids, ministering to juvenile prison inmates around the world, helping young, single mothers, translating the Bible into other languages, training Christian leaders in Africa, providing orphan care in Haiti, coordinating relief efforts to Muslims in the Middle East, and ministering to residents of nursing homes in New Hampshire. We regularly have our missionaries visit us, and we also lead short-term teams to visit our missionaries (we’ve taken teams to Haiti and Uganda).
To learn more about the missionaries and ministries that we support, please visit their web pages.
Africa International University - Originally founded in 1983 as Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology (NEGST), Africa International University (AIU) is a private Christian university located on the outskirts of Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. AIU received a university charter from the government of Kenya in 2011 and is also accredited by ACTEA. The mission of AIU is to educate Christ-centred leaders in Africa for the transformation of God’s people and the world through innovative programs, research, and community engagement. Christian Leaders for Africa is the U.S. organization that partners with AIU. The mission of CLA is to promote Christian higher education on the African continent and, in particular, to generate support for AIU.
George and Linda Renner - George and Linda serve in Nairobi, Kenya, where George is a teacher at the Evangelical Graduate School of Theology, and Linda is involved in local ministry.
John and Kathy Hoover - John and Kathy are serving with InFaith, ministering to nursing homes in Southern New Hampshire, where they share the Gospel with nursing home residents, their families, and nursing home staff.
John and Roberta Hamel - John is the Central Massachusetts Director of Child Evangelism Fellowship, a world-wide organization whose purpose is to evangelize children with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple) them in the Word of God and in a local church for Christian living.
Josh and Abby Rattin - Josh and Abby are serving in Gulu, Uganda. Josh is training and ministering to pastors, and Abby, who is a physician, tends to the physical needs of the local villagers, with a special emphasis on handicapped children.
Life Saver Ministries / My Father’s House - Life Saver Ministries is a non-denominational, faith-based organization operating My Father’s House, a residential program for homeless pregnant and parenting young women and their children. It has two main priorities: to provide a safe, healthy, and stable living environment; and to equip young women with the tools they need to care for themselves and their children, to become self-sufficient, and not to become homeless again.
Love in Motion (Haiti Mission of Monadnock Bible Conference) - Working in Haiti since 1983, Monadnock Bible Conference’s work and medical teams have built schools, orphanages, and hospitals; have fed thousands of people; and have sponsored over 700 children for school; and have brought the Gospel to the people of Haiti.
Straight Ahead Ministries - Straight Ahead is an interdenominational juvenile justice ministry, working globally to see Jesus Christ transform the lives of juvenile offenders; where every juvenile offender has the opportunity to hear and respond to the Gospel, and grow in his or her relationship with Jesus Christ.
Pepperell Aid from Community to Home (PACH) - PACH provides Pepperell residents in need with a caring, compassionate resource to meet their basic needs, including food, personal care items, and referrals to resources for additional assistance.