Global Missions

Global Missionaries Supported by NCCC

Elisabeth Carey: Mission to the World - Sofia, Bulagaria

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Elisabeth serves with Mission to the World in Sofia, Bulgaria.  Her work there includes mentoring interns, helping host gatherings with a church plant, teaching English, assisting at a school for missionary kids, and teaching English to women who have been rescued out of trafficking and prostitution.

 

 

Chris & Josephine Hatch: Serge - London

c_hatch-2018-web.JPGChris & Josephine serve in the multi-ethnic community of Shepherd’s Bush. They recently launched a new church, New City International Presbyterian Church. They are working to see the gospel spread through preaching, teaching, mercy to the homeless, youth activities and various relational activities. Their children are Rahel and Kaleb. Follow Chris’s blog at www.chrishatch.org.

 

E & K: Serge - Niarobi

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E leads an Economic Development Ministry called Equip, focusing on empowering young adults with job skills and engaging them in Gospel mentorship so that they might be productive Christian leaders in the work force.  K is a nurse practitioner.  She directs a small clinic that seeks to provide medical services to an unreached refugee population, while showing forth the Gospel of Jesus.

 

Nenad & Silvana Kovacevic: Mackovec, Croatia

kovacevic-2018-web.JPG Nenad is the pastor of Baptist Crkva Mackovec (Mackovec Baptist Church) in northern Croatia. He and Silvana are vibrantly evangelistic and have a heart to reach Croatia through church planting. NCCC has partnered with them in their summer English Camps for over 20 years. Their daughters are Anja & Tajana. ns.kovacevic@gmail.com

 

Scott & Jennifer Mathews: CRU - Budapest, Hungary

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Scott and Jennifer serve as regional leaders with CRU in Budapest, Hungary.  Their ministry focuses on helping start and sustain campus ministries in multiple countries in South Eastern Europe.  Their sons are Ely and Noah. scott.mathews@cru.org

 

 

Nick & Uliana Morari: Admirals Basketball Academy, Moldova

Morari-FINAL-273x153Nick & Uliana use sports as a platform to engage athletes with the Gospel. He had a vision to reach young teenagers and formed The Admirals basketball team. NCCC had the privilege to partner with The Admirals last summer by hosting a basketball camp in Mason. Their children are Nick, Jr. and Anastasia. nicolai.morari@admirals.md

 

Jon & Sarah Pfeil: Mission to the World - Japan

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Jon & Sarah continue to support Japanese pastor Seima Auyagi in planting Grace Harbor Church in the Tokyo Bay area.  Weekly public worship launched for the first time ever in this area on Easter Sunday 2015! Their children are Olivia, Annabella, Calvin, Gideon and Sophia. jonpfeil@gmail.com

 

 

Ashish & Sue Pushkaran: Partners India

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Ashish and Sue founded Partners India in 2005 with a vision to give every Indian access to a gospel-centered church by equipping and empowering indigenous leaders.  Partners India has trained over 160 national church planters and planted 48 pioneer churches.  Their children are Chrisdas, Luke and Diya Hope.  ashish@partnersindia.org

 

Barry & Amy Schutter: Serge - London

Schutter-237x153The Schutters live in a multi-cultural community of London, made up of diverse people coming from Asia and Africa. Barry serves as a team leader and in the church as one of the pastors. Amy serves the church as a leader of the Parent & Toddler fellowship and outreach. Their children are Nicholas, Quinn and Kyrie.
barryschutter@gmail.com

 


Nelly Vos: Mission to the World - France

vos-15Nelly is serving at a Protestant Reformed Evangelical Church in Marseille, France. She is involved in evangelism and discipleship among immigrants and French agnostics. She has a heart for the children of the church. nellyvosfr@gmail.com

 

 

Sarah Wentworth: Serge - Uganda

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Sarah was given a hert for missions through multiple short-term trips.  She joined the Serge team in Bundibugyo, Uganda in May of 2015.  She is engaging in discipleship and mentoring, and hopes to minister to the needs of the people through veterinary medicine in the future through training and equipping animal care workers. wentwsk@hotmail.com