LOCAL

MISSIONS

 
 
As a Christian community that seeks to imitate the likeness of Jesus, we believe our outreach must be Jesus-shaped. Since Jesus came to earth in the form of a servant (Phil. 2:7), we believe that we, as his followers must take the posture of a servant to our community. Our service to the community of the Saucon Valley includes, but is not limited to the New Jerusalem food bank and the Apple St. Adopt-a-Road Program.
 
In addition, our church strives to educate and prepare one another to live an evangelistic lifestyle wherein we’re always looking for opportunities to proclaim the good news about Jesus Christ.
 

New Jerusalem Food Bank

 
Twice a month volunteers meet at New Jerusalem Food Bank to assist in packaging and distributing food for needy persons and families in our community.
 
Current Food Bank Needs: 
Spaghetti sauce, rice, canned chicken, kidney beans, snack crackers like Saltines, soup, pork & beans, pasta, coffee, baking ingredients, all canned vegetables.
 

Apple St. Adopt-a-Road

 
Twice a year a group of faithful volunteers maintains and cleans Apple St. in Lower Saucon Twp from the township line all the way up to Mockingbird Hill Rd. 

Foreign Missions

Nicaragua

 
Through association with Fields of Abundance Mission (FOAM), short term missionaries from Saucon Community Church have taken several trips to Nicaragua, the poorest country in Central America, to evangelize the lost and disciple native believers in order to equip them to evangelize as well. Through children’s discipleship ministry, service projects, Bible studies, special services, and door to door evangelism, Saucon Community Church obeys the Lord’s command to ‘Go!!!…’ and preach the good news to all creation. 
 

Our Missionaries

Saucon Community Church is thrilled to be part of the spread of God’s kingdom around the world. While we are eager to obey our Lord’s command to make disciples of ALL nations, our missions emphasis is currently in domestic church planting, through which we aim to plant more Bible teaching, Christ exalting churches in our own society. 
 
TIM ZUCK & FAMILY
 
 
Forks Township, PA
 
Forks Community Church is comprised of real people who have been forever changed by the real hope of Jesus Christ. In light of this transformation, we are learning what it means to live big in a whole new way. We invite you to come and discover what it means to know Christ, grow in Jesus Christ, and to go out in the world to serve like Jesus Christ.
 
 
 
JUSHUA & JULIANN DUPICHE
 
Philadelphia, PA
 
We study the Bible verse by verse, book by book. This is called inductive Bible study and results in a better understanding of what the text is saying, not what we would like it to say. It’s a relaxed atmosphere where you are free ask questions and make some friends. We believe in the doctrines of Grace. We are reformed. Christ is everything.
 
JOHN & CINDY WHYLINGS
 
Sanford, FL
 
Of the world’s 6,500 people groups, 2,500 are still unreached. Ethnos360, founded in 1942 as New Tribes Mission, helps local churches train, coordinate and send missionaries to these peoples.
 
JOHN & LISA HANNER
 
 
Adams County, PA
 
We’re part of a great fellowship of churches called the Bible Fellowship Church and our main goal is to love and serve the people of our communities by witnessing to and living out the glorious story of God’s grace and redemption in Jesus Christ.