Peters Creek EPC financially supports 5 additional Missions monthly:
Feed My Sheep
The seed, which would grow to become Feed
My Sheep Association (FMSA), was first planted in 2006, when a few residents of
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania visited Costa Rica. After reading (in the Tico Times) an article about the poverty of a group of women and
children living in a small shantytown in Tibas, near the Costa Rican capital of
San Jose, we felt compelled to go and see the conditions for ourselves. What we
saw there changed our hearts forever, and we committed ourselves to helping the
needy women and children of Costa Rica. Feed
My Sheep Association is the fruit of that commitment.
Border Transitions Ministry exists to do the will of God and serve the poor in Laredo, TX and Nuevo Laredo, MX. It was founded by and is staffed by John and Diane Davis.
Urban Impact has been serving the youth of Pittsburgh's North Side for more than 20 years. By working to meet the needs of the whole person through holistic community outreach, we can bring transformative hope to Pittsburgh one person, one family, one block at a time.
was started by the Bellefield Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Oakland, PA on
the campus of the University of Pittsburgh with the objective to share the
Gospel and identify and help meet the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs
of international students, scholars, and their families residing in the
Kids Alive International --Jay and Cathy Fredlund, Guatemala
Cathy and Jay knew they wanted to serve the Lord beyond the borders of the
United States after Jay retired. While on a service team visiting Kids Alive
Guatemala in 2015, they felt the Lord saying that Guatemala was the place to
serve Him! Jay retired in December 2018, and they joined Kids Alive in March
2019 after attending Missionary Orientation and enrolling in six weeks of
cross-cultural training at the Center for Intercultural Training in North