We strive to build the Kingdom of God through ministry (service) in our community and throughout the world. Service is meeting the real needs of individuals.
Achieve a clear sense of direction and be good stewards of our missions dollars.
We define missions as any endeavor outside our local congregation to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ by proclaiming the gospel of Christ, making disciples and relating to the whole need of mankind - spiritual and physical.
Our policy is grounded scripturally and supports our church's ministry model: Love God, Love Others and Serve Others. We hope to build devoted followers of Jesus who love God passionately, are learning to love others unselfishly, and are discovering their place of service in the Kingdom of God. We hope that our members will want to be a part of building the Kingdom of God by helping fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus.
Monthly Support Given
Forms & Registration
Windward Islands School of Evangelism (Brice & Amanda Wurdeman)
evangelizes Caribbean societies and brings them to Christian maturity through the development of leaders for the church.
Rapha House exists to love, rescue, and heal children who have been rescued from trafficking and sexual exploitation in Southeast Asia and Haiti.
A Christ-centered safe harbor offering acceptance, restoration, and hope for young women in NWA, preparing them for independent living.
Life Ministries is a re-sale store and food pantry located in Prairie Grove and Farmington, AR.
Cookson Hills provides residential services to at-risk children and their families.
CoC Reaches the University of Arkansas community with the message of Jesus Christ, equips college students to live for Christ and sends them out into the world to make disciples.
OCC trains men and women for Christian service through an undergraduate Bible College education.
ACPN forms partnerships to plant new churches in our region.
Sunset is a Church camp for our youth and children's ministries in Mannford, OK.
Special Mission Support Given
Open Doors serves persecuted Christian worldwide.
Spring Break Mission Trips
Teams build houses for families displaced by disasters in places like Mexico, Mississippi, Alabama, Kansas, Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and more.
International Mission Trips
Teams have gone to the Ivory Coast, Guatemala, Cambodia, Haiti, and Mexico.
Oasis of Love aids disabled children.
House of Hope provides food, shelter, clothing, and education to abandoned children.
IDES provides emergency services world-wide; disaster, medial, and hunger relief.
PBT disciples the Bibleless and mobilizes God's people to provide enduring access to God's word.
GNPI provides culturally relevant, Biblically-based material to accelerate global evangelism.
Odessa trains Ukrainian missionaries.
Angel tree participates with Prison Fellowship by ministering to children whose father or mother is in prison.
Lorene Jones Memorial Scholarship Program
To be financially supportive of students actively involved in the ministry of Prairie Grove Christian Church who desire to attend Bible College within the Christian Church/Churches of Christ brotherhood in order to be better equipped to serve the Kingdom of God.
First-year students: $750
Second-year students: $1000
Third-year students: $1250
Fourth-year students: $1500
*Applications are available in the scholarship box in the church work room or under 'Forms & Registration.' Submit completed forms to the PGCC Scholarship Team. (Distribution box is in the church's administrative work room.)
For more information contact our Missions Team at 479-846-4181.
If you want to help support these missions through PGCC, you can give here.