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Missions We Support

Go…Make Disciples…Baptize…Teach.
– Matthew 28:18-20

Our mission is to follow Jesus as He seeks and saves the lost.  To this end we will support and send preachers and teachers of the gospel to all the world, encouraging every member of the Body at West Towne Christian Church to be personally involved.

Here are the programs that WTCC supports financially on a monthly basis:

International Domestic
Bespin* Christian Student Fellowship at UT
Columbia Knox Area Rescue Mission
Eurasia Smoky Mountain Christian Camp
Ghana The Restoration House
Italy
Japan
Thailand

International Missions

Bespin*
Location and missionary names have been changed for protection
Read more here

Colombia
Martin Sanders – Gap Creek Colombian Mission
Facebook: Martin
Email: Martin

Eurasia
TCM

Ghana
Austin & Amanda Ganyo – Training Tomorrow’s Leaders
Facebook: Austin and Amanda
Email: Amanda

Italy
Gianni & Shephany Bruno – Italy for Christ
Facebook: Gianni and Stephany
Email: Gianni

Japan
Lora Christenberry – Nozomi Project
Facebook: Lora
Email: Lora

Thailand
Phil & Michelle Parker – Victory 44 International
Facebook: Phil and Michelle
Email: Parkers

 

Domestic Missions

Christian Student Fellowship at UT

The CSF at UT offers worship, Bible studies, outreach, and pastoral counseling opportunities for the students at the UT campus in Knoxville.  Mike McCormick is West Towne’s representative on the Board of Directors.  WTCC has provided monthly support since 1974.

Smoky Mountain Christian Camp

SMCC is located on 70 acres of land next to Cherokee National Forest near Coker Creek in MonroeCounty.  Church camp and Wilderness Camp run simultaneously during the summer months.  Cabins have been built under Bill Clark’s supervision.  WTCC has provided monthly support since 1974.

Knox Area Rescue Mission

KARM ministers to the needy and homeless in the Knoxville area.  West Towne has provided financial support since 2000.  The West Towne Youth Group routinely does volunteer work for the mission by providing a soup dinner on “Souper” Bowl Sunday.

The Restoration House

The Restoration House of East Tennessee helps to restore single mothers and their children back to God’s good intent for their lives by providing supportive transitional housing and team mentoring in a safe learning environment where single mothers and their children have an opportunity to restore Life’s Four Key Relationships through a personalized, guided plan.  WTCC has provided support since the ministry’s inception in 2008.