Church Planting Projects

When CAM establishes bases in other countries, we feel the need to have a church nearby that is in accordance with our beliefs and convictions. It benefits our field staff and opens spiritual opportunities in the community.

La Source, Haiti

The church at La Source was officially established in January 1997. Salem Amish Mennonite church in Bakersville, Ohio, oversees this work. Matthew Morhart pastors the church, which now has 33 national members.

Click here to see a map of La Source.

Suceava, Romania

Established on CAM's orphanage compound in August 1996, the Nathaniel Christian church has 42 members (including CAM's American staff). The church reaches out to the community through summer Bible school and home Bible studies, disciplining new converts, translating Sunday school materials, packaging and mailing Seed of Truth magazines, and other projects. David Raber is the bishop.

Click here to see a map of Suceava.

Monrovia, Liberia

In March 2000, Faith Mennonite Church in Lott, Texas, started a church planting effort near CAM's base in Liberia, West Africa. Ray Yoder from Bastrop, Texas, pastors the Light Mennonite church. The church's first national pastor Kollie Juku passed away on December 10, 2010. Recently the church started an outreach, Hope Mennonite Church, which is pastored by Nelson Gartor, a national. Membership at Light Mennonite is 95 and Hope Mennonite has 16 members.

Click here to see a map of Monrovia.

Your contributions enable us to establish solid foundations of Christian love, fellowship, and and brotherhood. Believers both new and old living near CAM bases have a place to go to strengthen their faith and learn more of God.

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