Jesus gave us the Great Commission to go and make disciples of all nations.
This is a clear invitation to be involved in multicultural ministries. We have the great privilege to fulfill Jesus’ command by traveling internationally through mission work. But we also reach people from a variety of ethnicities in our own county through our English as a Second Language (ESL) program. Volunteer teachers and assistants serve the international community by helping with language and life skills in a class that meets each Tuesday and Thursday morning throughout the school year. Nursery care is available.
We are aware of the problems that the international community faces when they move about in a foreign culture – how to communicate when shopping, seeking medical care, and interacting with their children’s teachers. For this reason, we offer community problem-solving workshops in subjects such as domestic violence, rearing children in a bi-cultural setting, and other challenging issues. All of these programs are offered from a Christian perspective.
For more information about our multicultural ministries, please contact Rev. Miriam Seyler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miriam Seyler, Pastor, Inviting Ministries