For info about Missions, please contact: Galen Doughty
Jesus calls us to “be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” (Acts 1:8) Southside supports and participates in several local and international missions.
For more information about Southside Missions, please contact Galen Doughty
Across The Street (Local Missions)
Food Bank (Second Harvest)
Southside Food Pantry is located at the east end of Southside Christian Church. Each week we serve on average 80 families and distribute 11-12,000 lbs of food. It’s a great place to serve with your family and takes only a few hours on Saturday. There are other serving opportunities as well! Go to the Southside Food Pantry Website and click on the volunteer link!
Cup of Cool Water
Cup of Cool Water is a Ministry to Spokane street kids, and is located downtown. Our mission is to empower youth who are homeless to become wholehearted followers of Christ and to exit street life. Our strategy in ministry is to build healthy relationships, provide services, and disciple street youth through the gospel of Jesus Christ. For more info about serving at Cup of Cool Water, contact Roger Benedict
Anna Ogden Hall (Union Gospel Mission)
Mid City Concerns
Christ Clinic & Christ Kitchen
Across The Sea (International Missions)
- True Vine Support -
Committed to serving impoverished children around the world by leading teams on two-week missions equipped with essential medical and dental supplies and other provisions. In addition, Hope 4 Kids has multiple ongoing long-term economic, spiritual, orphan and feeding programs in an effort to carry our message of hope through these outreaches.
- Uganda Pastor Support –
Southside also supports two pastors (Pastor Justus and Pastor Noah) who currently serve in two local Ugandan churches Southside has helped establish.
Middle East Gospel Outreach: An International Christian outreach to the Middle East, Europe and North Africa, producing the Good News Program (broadcast via satellite daily to 180 countries, and on prime time every Friday evening in the Middle East in the Arabic tongue.
Gospel for Asia: Trains and sends native missionaries already familiar with the language and culture who live at the level of the people they serve, thus removing many social barriers. 100 percent of the money you donate for work on the mission field goes to the field. Nothing is taken out for administrative expenses.
Helping Christian Syrian Refugees
The Syrian people are suffering from widespread conflict. More than 240,000 lives have been lost since the conflict began, and more than 1 million have been injured. Homes and businesses are being destroyed in the violence. For more than a decade, extremists have targeted Christians and other minorities. According to a Pew study, Christians face religious persecution in more countries than any other religious group. There is an urgent need for churches to raise a cry of prayer and support for Syrian Christians.