St. George Community Church 

435-673-2302 | 95 South 800 East | St. George, Utah 84770        Pastor Ray Schroeder

We are here to help. Hope Pregnancy Care Center is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping women in Southern Utah who are facing a crisis or unplanned pregnancy. At Hope, we offer a free pregnancy test and peer counseling that provides you accurate information about your options. Hope Pregnancy Care Center is a member of Care Net. Care Net is the largest pregnancy resource organization of its kind with over 1100 affiliate centers in the U.S. and Canada. Care Net centers provide compassionate, confidential care to women in crisis pregnancy situations.

Utah Church Plant- (Loren and Carrie Pankrantz)

  • The Bridge Community is part of Converge Worldwide, a network of churches which share a common goal of leading people to know Jesus. “Our heart and soul is for church planting (starting new churches),” Pankratz said. The network allows participating churches to share a common vision to connect to the world, and provide resources and support to each other. 

Read more: The Davis Clipper - New church introduces itself to South Davis community
MTEE Ukraine -( Paul and Susan Shotsberger)

MTEE is committed to educating, equipping and encouraging national pastors and their churches so that they will impact their own nations for Jesus Christ. Bulgarians will reach Bulgaria, Moldovans will reach Moldova, Russians will reach Russia, and Ukrainians will reach Ukraine.
Paul, Susan & Carl Shotsberger – Ukraine/ South Carolina (USA)
Paul Shotsberger is the current President of MTEE.  The Shotsbergers both moved from North Carolina to serve in the Ukraine in August of 2002, and returned after several years there. Paul holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics and was a professor at UNC-Wilmington. Paul and Susan both helped establish the work of MTEE in Ukraine. After serving for six years as our National Director, they felt the call to return home where Paul is now a professor at Southern Wesleyan University; however, he still continues visiting and working with the ministry in Ukraine, as well as guide the rest of our organization. MTEE’s main initiative in the Ukraine is called The Institute for Development of Christian Leadership and can be found online
CMF -Ethipia 
(Craig and Allison Fowler)

Craig and Allison joined CMF’s church-planting team in Ethiopia in July 2005.  They live and work among the Gumuz, an unreached people group in western Ethiopia.  Craig’s responsibilities are in evangelism, church planting, and church leadership development.  Allison focuses on community health services in the rural villages.  Their home is in Aygali – a town in a very remote area between two major rivers, the Blue Nile and the Beles.  In order to live in this area of the country, part of the Fowlers’ project agreement with the Ethiopian government includes operating a medical clinic.
MAF (Gene Jordan)

Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) serves indigenous people living in areas of the world where transportation or communication is difficult. MAF enables the work of some 1,500 churches, healthcare organizations, relief agencies, development groups, government agencies, and mission organizations. View a partial list »

Each year, MAF-US serves more than 600 non-profit, local government and mission organizations all over the world with aviation, communications, and learning technology services. Without MAF, some of these organizations would be unable to reach the people they serve. MAF's partnership enables these organizations and ministries to provide isolated people with vital services and goods while sharing the love of Christ in a tangible way.

Pastor Siu and Family (Vietnam)

We can't release information on this pastor for his safety and the safety of his family. They are coming up against some heavy spiritual warfare and they are in need of prayers.
  • Update: We did receive an update from Voice of the Martyrs. Here is a small section of that letter that he wrote about.

 Pastor Siu's Own Words - I am an evangelist. I take care of the church with 56 believers and a cell group. I go on a mission every week. I go with 3 or 4 believers. It's 4 KM far distance. I have to borrow believer's motorbikes. I train the Word to believers every Sunday.

Pastor Siu also notes there is not a church building. He is worried about his children's studies and job.
They could use many prayers and our church is praying for them.