The Free Methodist Church was formed in 1860 and in 1881 Ernest Fremont Ward became the first FM foreign missionary, serving Christ with his wife and three daughters in India. Since then FM missions has spread around the world, with missionaries now serving in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Latin America. You can learn more about this work at the FM Missions website: http://fmcusa.org/fmmissions/

Northgate Church is committed to participating in world missions in a variety of ways.   Currently we are focusing our efforts in two world areas: Northern Europe and Gahanda, Rwanda. You can learn more about our work in these places here… (webpage)

In addition we support financially and prayerfully those called to long-term mission work in other areas of the world. In order to help you know who we support and the work that they are doing, we are providing these links to their webpages.

Chris and Yuko WllkinsJapan

Josh and Susy FajardoSpain

Gerry and Kati McNamaraHungary

Larry and Katie WincklesHungary

J.R. and Becky CrouseEcuador

Mitch and Lynn Sue PierceRegional Director for Northern Europe

More Mission Work Supported Through Northgate’s Giving

We also support world mission work by supporting the following FM ministries…

Great Day of Giving
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  • Every year around Thanksgiving time we take a special offering in addition to our regular offering, one-third of which is used to support FM World Missions, with a second third going to various local organizations serving people’s needs, and the final third used for a capital project here at Northgate that will allow us to do our best to serve our local community. To see how we’ve used this offering in the past, go here…


  • “SEED partners with holistic livelihood groups connected to Free Methodist churches around the world to do micro-enterprise that makes sense in their local communities.” You can learn about the impact of SEED here: SEED

The Set Free Movementhttp://setfreemovement.com

  • “The Set Free Movement seeks to create new futures and end modern slavery through community-based action in partnership with others.”

International Child Care Ministrieshttp://www.childcareministries.org

  • “International Child Care Ministries is a child sponsorship initiative serving 20,000 children in over 30 countries. We work with Free Methodists for high levels of care and accountability. Through education, meals, clothing and basic medical care, children in need have an opportunity for a better life. For just one dollar a day you can sponsor a child and change a life forever.”

Bishops’ Crisis Response Fundhttps://give.fmcusa.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=1278

  • This fund was created to enable us to respond when a tragedy strikes somewhere in the world, whether it be a hurricane in the Southern U.S., Haiti or Puerto Rico, a Tsunami in Japan or any kind of disaster.


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