Pray. Give. Go!We are called to make disciples of all nations. Through our Outreach ministry, we seek to love, care for, teach and grow through relationships with local and global partners. Our hope is to come alongside these brothers and sisters for the work of the gospel. Walking in obedience to the Great Commission, we lean on Him as ambassadors for Christ to equip the saints and serve the Lord, wherever that may be.
Our Outreach Partners
- Westminster Neighborhood Services
- Sheltering Wings
- Hope Healthcare Services
- Avon Community Schools
- Harvest Glasgow, Scotland
- Harvest Georgetown, St. Vincent Island
- Harvest Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti
- Harvest Ayr, Scotland
See. Strengthen. Serve.GO! Trips allow us to serve believers around the world, to see how God is working in and through them for His glory and to strengthen and encourage them in their faith.
Harvest Ayr | Ayr, Scotland
March 31–April 8, 2024This team will spend time with our brothers and sisters at Harvest Ayr in Scotland from March 31–April 8, 2024. They will encourage them in their ministry by serving alongside them to conduct their first ever High Five over their Easter break. Throughout the week, the team will have opportunities to encourage and build relationships while serving alongside our brothers and sisters in Ayr. *Apply by December 19, 2023.
Belize | Radiant Students
June 1–8, 2024Radiant Students and their leaders have an opportunity to serve in Belize from June 1–8, 2024. The trip will include general cross-cultural exposure, visits with a local student ministry and home visits with people in the community and members of local churches to provide needed supplies and encouragement. This trip will serve to support local pastors and churches in Belize. *Students must be over 16 to go on this trip. Apply by December 19, 2023.
Harvest Georgetown | Georgetown, St. Vincent Island
July 13–20, 2024This team will be spending time with our brothers and sisters at Harvest Georgetown in St. Vincent to assist them with their Sports Camp and Vacation Bible School. The team will worship with them on Sunday morning and spend time encouraging and building relationships throughout the week while serving alongside our brothers and sisters at Harvest Georgetown. *Apply by February 2, 2024.
Harvest Glasgow | Glasgow, Scotland
July 21–29, 2023This team will be spending time with our brothers and sisters at Harvest Glasgow in Scotland to equip and encourage them in their ministry by serving alongside them to conduct a summer Vacation Bible School. Throughout the week, the team will have opportunities to encourage and build relationships while serving alongside our brothers and sisters in Glasgow.
“Praise God that we daily see people place their faith in the Lord and choose salvation. A lot of people go to church in Croix-des-Bouquets, but many people do not know the freedom of the gospel because there is much exclusion, tradition and not the true power of the Lord. We do not want to be just another church, but rather a church that preaches the Word of God and encourages fellowship and freedom in Jesus Christ. ”
– Pastor Nesly Alexis, Harvest Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti
“Many people in Georgetown have lost hope and it is hard to transform a culture so deeply embedded in religiosity rather than living for Christ. However, we do believe that every man, woman and child has an opportunity to respond to the good news of Jesus Christ and that’s where Harvest Georgetown sees the need to engage the community and point them to divine principles, so that they can experience God in a unique way. We have seen people move from salvation to transformation as God’s Word is being proclaimed.”
– Pastor Miché Paul, Harvest Georgetown, St. Vincent Island
“God has used your church family to help in profound ways. I know that the idea of ‘together’ is big for your church and I would say that every person from Radiant Bible Church who has come here over the past 10 years has made a contribution to our sense of belonging TOGETHER. There has been a rare sense of commonality between our church families.”
– Pastor Scott Hamilton, Harvest Glasgow, Scotland
This Christmas season, our faith family has an opportunity to share the gospel and show the love of Jesus locally and globally in partnership with both Operation Christmas Child and Prison Fellowship Angel Tree.
Operation Christmas ChildOperation Christmas Child seeks to share the gospel with children across the globe through their Christmas shoebox effort. The amazing journey of a simple shoebox gift begins with you and results in evangelism, discipleship and multiplication. Pick up your shoebox on Sundays, November 5 and 12, or during office hours November 6–10. Filled shoeboxes need to be returned to the church with your $10 shipping donation on Sunday mornings or during weekly office hours by Sunday, November 19.
Prison Fellowship Angel TreePrison Fellowship Angel Tree works with local churches to restore relationships between incarcerated parents and their children. Angel Tree mobilizes churches and community organizations to give children a gift, the gospel and a personal message of love on behalf of their incarcerated parent. Radiant has committed to partner with Angel Tree to purchase gifts for 53 children. To participate, stop by the table in the church lobby on Sunday, November 12 and pick up a name card to purchase a gift for a child. Please drop off the wrapped, age-appropriate gift valued at approximately $35 no later than Sunday, December 3. This Christmas outreach opportunity is available on a first-come basis.
Pray & Give: Harvest Georgetown
The La Soufriere volcano on St. Vincent Island, which has been silent for over 40 years, began erupting on Friday morning, April 8 and has continued erupting several times since then – sending ash into the air that is dangerous, especially for those in the northern part of the island. Georgetown is located in this northern region on the island and many people from Harvest Georgetown have been impacted. Georgetown and other areas in the northern part of the island, or “red zone”, have been evacuated and people have been either moved off of the island or to shelters in the more southern regions.