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I am going to do something in your days that you would not believe

Habakkuk 1:5

From "For" to "With"

Our outreach ministries are designed around a framework called ACTS. Through the ACTS process, we help the underserved in our community and around the world find hope in ways that promote dignity, build strong relationships and bring to life the God-given gifts of all people.

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Global Trips Local Opportunities

Impacting our world

Relationships are an important part of everything we do, including global outreach. We've spent years developing specific partnerships around the world so our short-term mission trips have a greater and longer-lasting impact on the international communities we serve. Though our trips are specialized, you don't have to have a medical, business or construction background to participate. If you have a heart for God's people, we have a way you can make a difference.

African surgeon wearing a surgical mask.


Bongolo Hospital

For over a decade, we’ve partnered with Bongolo Hospital to provide physical and spiritual healing to thousands of people, and to train African doctors to become surgeons. We send medical specialists, usually 1-2 surgeons, multiple times a year to help assist with training, and we work with the hospital to equip its facilities and provide medical equipment.

Next trip: TBA

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Volunteers constructing a building in Guatemala.


Galilea Church

Each year, we partnership with our friends at Pleasantville Church in Pennsylvania, we send a construction team to work with Galilea Church in San Lucas, Guatemala. This 17-year partnership has helped build nine churches, a pastor’s home and two Christian schools that serve 300 children.

Individual/family trips can be arranged for those unable to participate in the annual construction trip. Contact us for details.

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Volunteer presenting a business seminar in Africa.

West Africa

Business Seminars

We partner with C&MA International Workers to help lead business seminars throughout West Africa. Over the last 13 years, we’ve sent 50 business teams to seven cities in six countries. The teams teach modules on successful business principles, including finance, marketing, human recourses and strategic leadership. The goal is to share proven business concepts paired with spiritual principles that help participants flourish and transform their local communities.

Next trip: Marketing, October 21-25

2020 trips: Human Resources, January 20-24
                 Finance, April 20-24

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Asian woman.

Southeast Asia

Teaching English

In 2009, we began working with C&MA International Workers in Southeast Asia to help teach English and make connections. From cooking to woodworking and anything in between, you can use your talents to help locals practice their English skills.

Next trip: TBA

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Volunteers fixing a roof in Appalachia.


Christian Appalachian Project

The Christian Appalachian Project is faith-based organization serving people in Appalachia. Each fall, we send a short-term mission team to assist with home renovations such as building handicap ramps, painting, and cleaning.

Next trip: September 22-26, 2019 

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Nurse taking an Ecuadorian child's blood pressure.


El Puembo Church

We began a partnership with the Cumbaya Church in Quito, Ecuador in 2003. Now, we send teams of people to work with El Puembo Church, a Cumbaya church plant, to provide basic health care for underserved children, teens and adults, with nearly 2,000 patients each trip. This is a great opportunity for doctors, dentists and nurses, but there are a number of ways you can serve without a medical background.

Our students participate on Team Quito, alternating between our students going to Ecuador and their students coming here. Together, the students outreach through vacation Bible school programs, sports camps and light construction at a local church.

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Reaching our communities

The story of the Good Samaritan reminds us to be a neighbor whenever we are needed and to realize that neighbors can come from surprising places. Our desire is to help people in our local community find hope as we work together to meet practical needs.

Not sure where to start?

Centerville, Northmont, Springboro

If you have a heart to serve people in our community, but aren't sure what would be the best fit for you, contact our Local Outreach Team. We have connections with organizations throughout the Dayton area and can help you discover where your time and talents can be used to make a difference.

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Key Terrace Apartments


St. Vincent de Paul provides housing for chronically homeless single adults along with supportive services for the tenants of Key Terrace Apartments in Kettering. We will be partnering with St. Vincent to host a game night for the residents, complete with snacks and prizes. The game night will take place the 3rd Monday of each month from 7:00-8:30 PM. Contact us to find out how you can get involved.

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KidsHopeUSA - Starts Fall 2019


KidsHopeUSA is a school mentoring program where adults spend one hour, once a week, for one school year with one child. It’s during the school day (not before or after) and can be worked around the adult’s schedule. We will be in two schools JFK Elementary in Kettering and in a Centerville City School beginning this fall. If you would like more information about being a mentor please contact us or visit KidsHopeUSA.

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Community United for Kids


Community United for Kids (CU4K) is a network of people and churches assisting children and families in crisis. CU4K connects churches with each other and with vulnerable families, so we can respond to their needs in real time. When you sign up to receive emails from CU4K, you’ll receive notifications of practical needs (beds, food, diapers, assist with a utility bill) in the Dayton area you may be able to help meet. Learn more

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Springboro Community Assistance Center


The Springboro Community Assistance Center (SCAC) is a nonprofit organization assisting families in the Springboro area in need of food and other services. They are currently serving over 100 children who receive free/reduced lunches with food on the weekends. Most of the families who are helped are working hard to overcome the challenges of layoffs, single parenthood or insufficient wages to support the family. The goal of the SCAC is self-sufficiency and improved quality of life.

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Thrive Together


Thrive Together is a holistic approach towards addressing poverty by providing a support network that educates, empowers and equips adults and children to find hope in a brighter future. Participants learn new skills, get helpful info and support, and receive encouragement through community. Join us for our Visitor’s night the first Tuesday of each month or contact us for more information.

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Feeding Friends Food Pantry


Fairhaven partners with other area churches to provide a pantry for our community. Cleaning supplies and toiletries are not covered with government assistance and many times families need a little extra help to obtain these. Others are finding themselves with an expense that took their grocery budget for the week. We want to support our neighbors by donating and serving at the food pantry. If you are interested in doing either, contact us.

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Life Enrichment Center


The Life Enrichment Center (LEC) is a faith-based, nonprofit organization providing life-building and life-sustaining services to the under-served people in Dayton and its surrounding communities. They believe in a holistic approach and encourage their clients to participate in classes and cultivate relationships. In doing so, the clients earn the ability to shop in the Choice Pantry. To learn more about the LEC or their volunteer opportunities, contact us.

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Northmont Campus Food Pantry


Every Thursday from 7:00-8:00 PM, Northmont opens its Food Pantry to serve those in our community who are in need. If you are interested in volunteering with us or making a donation please contact the campus office

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Franklin Downtown Help Center


The Franklin Downtown Help Center is a faith-based organization that helps provide food, meals, clothing, housing items and other needs for the underserved in local communities. We serve with the Help Center on the last Saturday of each month.

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Good News Club


The Good News Club is bringing the story of the gospel to Springboro Schools at Dennis Elementary. Each week, leaders meet with kids after school for games, Bible lessons and fun activities.

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Other places to serve

One church finding hope at four campuses

Centerville Campus

Worship Center

9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:00 PM

Schwalm Chapel

9:00 AM, 10:30 AM

637 E. Whipp Rd.
Centerville, OH 45459

(937) 434-8627

Northmont Campus

Worship Center

9:00 AM, 10:30 AM

5001 W. National Rd.
Clayton, OH 45315

(937) 836-1069

Springboro Campus

Five Points Elementary

10:30 AM

650 East Lytle 5 Points Road
Springboro, OH 45458

Office Location:
3040 South Tech Blvd
Miamisburg, OH 45342

(937) 353-7713

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