Global Partners are ministries in which Pleasant Grove provides regular financial support and awareness. Our service is focused in the countries of Niger and Uganda. Our services include the following:
Missionaries are our frontline and our ‘on the ground’ link between our church and our global partners. Pleasant Grove Church has provided support to:
Clinic Olivia (Niger – Reformed Church of America) Is a missionary led and operated Clinic providing health care to the poor in the impoverished nation of Niger in West Africa. PGC has provided leadership training for Pastor in Niger in 2014. For the last 3 years we've supported the Clinic. We purchased an ambulance for the clinic in 2015, and help to build an additional Clinic to provide medical care for people outside of the capital City Niamey.
Embrace Uganda provides quality health care for orphans and vulnerable children. They facilitate meaningful and enduring relationships with Ugandan orphans and vulnerable children in targeted communities. They provide material and human capital for the creation of sustainable economic development in targeted communities. PGC provides financial support to Embrace Uganda. To date, we have helped to build a well for the City of Karang in 2014. We also have provided medical care for 300 children in 2016. Several disciples of PGC have participated in short term mission to Uganda through Embrace Uganda.
Haiti Ministry provides quality health care for orphans and vulnerable children. They provide free education and spiritual training to church leaders. PGC's mission ministry has been working with the Haiti Ministry for nearly three years. To date, a team of PGC disciples went on a short term mission trip for a medical Clinic. In 2015 representatives from the PGC Mission Ministry conducted a leadership training for Haitian Church leaders and pastors. in 2016, PGC Mission Ministry provided over 200 solar lights to the people of Haiti through Pastor Martinez's ministry.
Pleasant Grove Church strives to make God’s grace and love real to others. We seek to encourage wholeness and to empower people to care for themselves and for others. We do this by providing the following: