OAK CITY SERVES: WORLD
Oak City Church has been blessed to partner with ministries all over the world, each one working to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people they serve. Learn more about the ministries we work with below, and to learn more about how Oak City works with these ministries, or how you can get involved, email us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Oak City works closely with SuNica, an organization that seeks to make disciples of Jesus through clean water, education, and mentorship in Nicaragua. We send a few teams each year to support the Nicaraguan discipleship coordinators, host soccer tournaments and other fun activities for the kids, and do special projects. The founders of SuNica are long-time Oak City Church members. Josh and Betty Pease handle the day-to-day operations and have lived in Nicaragua since August 2013. Alan and Casey Wilser live here in Raleigh and spearhead the fundraising and sponsorship programs.
GLOBAL HOPE INDIA
GLOBAL HOPE INDIA
Global Hope India is the product of 14 years of ministry in India. We engage the Church around the world in order to empower the Church in India for the advancement of the Gospel in three ways: church planting, village development, and child rescue. We strive to provide a means in which Oak City Church members can be involved in advancing the gospel of Jesus Christ in internationally, focused in India. We also seek to work alongside Oak City Church families to provide opportunities to grow as learners, lovers, and givers in international missions. We seek to provide opportunities for Oak City Church members to PRAY, GIVE, and GO to India.
Dynamic Water is a small non-profit organization based in North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park, and is dedicated to providing access to clean, safe drinking water to communities in need. We partner with organizations like the Thirst Project, SuNica, and Global Hope India to fund the building of wells. We realize that we will not be able to bring clean drinking water to all of the people who need it, but we refuse to let that stop us. It’s overwhelming to think about providing water for entire countries in need–but by focusing on one community, one family … one group of people … anything is possible.