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Missions

The Cooperative Program:    The Cooperative Program is a means to support missions at local, state, national, and international levels through a single funding mechanism to maximize the effectiveness of mission dollars.

Church Planting: We believe that Church Planting is one of the single most effective ways to help the world to know God and love people. C3 currently supports two church plants in the Albuquerque Area. For more information go to their websites. www.riochurch.com and www.christfellowship.life 

Messiah House Ministires: Messiah House will provide a holistic, faith-based approach to women in the transition from custody to independent living. Women are the fastest growing population in both prisons and jails. Messiah House Ministry seeks to fill a gap in transitional housing for women released from New Mexico’s correctional system.

Joy Junction:     Joy Junction is a ministry in Albuquerque to the homeless population with a special emphasis on women and children.  They cooperate with the Albuquerque Rescue Mission and several secular organizations in providing their services.   www.joyjunction.org.

Morning Glory School:     The New Iberia Mission Association operates the Morning Glory School in Guatemala.  The Morning Glory School provides care and education in a Christian environment for rural children, primarily of native background, who receive no support from the government.  Children who are not living at home are placed in a local Christian home rather than in dormitories or other institutional environments.  The New Iberia Mission Association is a ministry of Agape Christian Church of Las Cruces, New Mexico, www.agapechristianchurch.net.

Ortiz Mountain Health Clinic Food Shelf:     The Ortiz Mountain Health Clinic is a part of Presbyterian Health Services.  It is located in Cerrillos, New Mexico, and serves many persons in the Cerrillos and Madrid area.  As part of their community service they provide a food shelf, which is available to all who need it.   The Cerrillos Community Church collects non-perishable food items routinely on the first Sunday of each month to help stock the food shelf.  We have also made ourselves available to provide special requests when asked by Clinic management.