Missions Ministry

Orchard Valley desires to be more than a church with a missions program. We seek to be a missional church. This means that our mission field begins the moment we step out our front door and we view ourselves not merely as senders but as a “sent people” to the world where we live. Our mission field then extends to distant nations as we work in partnership with missionaries in China, Mexico, Thailand, and the Philippines. Our partnership with our missionaries includes sending short-term mission teams to help serve in various capacities. In addition to these endeavors, OVCC also partners with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship on the college campuses and with the JEMS Special Camp ministry for the developmentally disabled.

Build Baja - We're going back on August 6-12, 2017

Our church has been blessed these past three years to send a short-term missions team to minister in Baja, Mexico.  These trips not only blessed the people we ministered to, but our team as well.  Last year, we sent a team of 16 people to Mexico to spread the love of Christ.  Once again, we partnered with Wintersburg Presbyterian Church in Santa Ana.  We left for Santa Ana on Saturday, August 6, 2016, departed for Baja on Sunday, August 7, and returned to Santa Ana on Saturday, August 13.

What did we do in Baja? Our top priority was to share the love of God with the Oaxacan people of Colonia Vicente Guerrero, Mexico through the construction of a home for a needy family and discipling local people we’ve ministered to in the past.  Through our words and our deeds, we wanted to spread the love of Jesus and His saving grace to those who do not know Him yet.  In addition, we learned to work, live, and love one another as a team in Christ, in the ways demonstrated for us in the book of Romans.

Home built for the Dominguez-Martinez Family in Vicente Guerrero, Baja, Mexico - August 2016

Home built for the Dominguez-Martinez Family in Vicente Guerrero, Baja, Mexico - August 2016