Jesus’ last words on earth were, “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe everything I have commanded you” (Matthew 28:19-20). At The Moody Church, preaching the Good News to the lost is our first priority. There is an incredible need for spreading the gospel to lost people groups all over the world. Many have never heard the Good News that Jesus saves sinners and reconciles us to God. How can you get involved in reaching the lost and making Jesus’ last words your first priority?
Leadership: David Zuperku
Redemption Project 2018
Every year at Easter, the Moody Church partners with an organization to serve those in need. We call this the Redemption Project. Since 2008, we’ve raised nearly $400,000 for Redemption Projects that serve people both at home in Chicago and abroad. We do this not only as an expression of gratitude to our Heavenly Father who has redeemed us through His son, Jesus, but also as an expression of His love to those we have the opportunity to serve. Find out more details by clicking on the button below about this year’s project and how you can serve!
The goal of our Missionary Preparation Program (MPP) is to help people confirm God’s call upon their lives. For some, this will mean full-time Christian ministry in the United States or abroad while for others it means becoming a more globally-minded Christian. The MPP includes both monthly group meetings and individual study and ministry.
For more information about our Missionary Preparation Program, please contact us.
Please join us for a time of focused prayer for our missionaries. We meet every month at church, usually the third Thursday from 10:00am – 12:00pm. When possible, we have a visiting Moody Church missionary share about their life and ministry, and then we break up into prayer groups. Light refreshments are provided, and no RSVP is required.
S.T.A.M.P. was designed for the purpose of fostering greater awareness and understanding of foreign and domestic missions within the congregation of The Moody Church. This is accomplished by providing the opportunity to participate in short-term, cross-cultural ministry.
Why do we do this? We believe that those who participate in a cross-cultural experience develop a greater Christian maturity and become not only more committed to global missions, but also become more effective church members.
S.T.A.M.P. trips typically originate within our various TMC communities, with several trips heading out each year. From Egypt to Baja Mexico, from serving in orphanages to partnering with our Moody Church missionaries on the field, S.T.A.M.P. teams go all over the world and serve in many ways.
Through S.T.A.M.P., our goal is that our church family will:
- Become more informed and motivated to be global Christians
- Gain an on-hand understanding of what missionaries actually do
- Become more actively involved in missions
- Perform useful missions work on the field
- Encourage Moody Church missionaries and foster closer relationships between the members and missionaries of The Moody Church
Leaders: If you are thinking about forming a STAMP team, download the documents below to get started. Note especially the STAMP Policy, which will guide you in the process.