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Fulfilling the Great Commission

Jesus Christ shared many stories with his followers. The endings left those who understood with a sense of peace and a desire to act upon what they had learned. However, there is one story in the Bible that is yet to be finished. That story is about the Church and we see it unfold in the book of Acts. Through the Grace of God, we are given this humbling task to serve our Lord and Savior through the empowering of the Holy Spirit. We invite you to join the body of believers that will become witnesses of Christ and go to the ends of the Earth. 


A resource pregnancy center providing life affirming, faith-based support to women who believe they are pregnant and who may be considering abortion. This center provides pregnancy testing and verification, pregnancy confirmation by ultrasound, options counseling, parenting education, adoption, medical and community referrals, baby and maternity supplies, and post abortive counseling.

  • English as a Second Language Classes

We understand that one of the obstacles to building a relationship with Jesus can be language, therefore, Coastal will be offering English as a Second Language classes to anyone in need.  Classes are offered at different learning levels and occur on Thursday evenings between 6:30-8:30.  There are opportunities to serve in many areas to include: teaching, hospitality, childcare, transportation and more. 

The clinic supplies skilled, compassionate healthcare and counseling to the medically disadvantaged, uninsured and impoverished patients in a manner that honors the name of Jesus.

Natasha House is a transitional house for homeless women and children that empowers and equips them to rebuild productive, thriving lives as they transition to permanent housing and achieve self-sufficiency.

A Christian ministry serving homeless men by treating them with care by providing clean clothes, showers, a bed, and a hot meal. Our greatest desire is to gain an opportunity to address their greatest need in life- the need for a Savior.

  • Coastal Food Ministry

A ministry reaching out to the local community by sharing the love of Jesus to the "least of these" by providing a very basic need: food.

Our mission is to demonstrate God’s love by providing materials and workmanship to make homes of the elderly, disabled and single parents safe, accessible, comfortable and secure.

  • College Ministry

A ministry focused on building relationships and supporting local campus organizations such as InterVarsity, CRU & FCA.

  • Downtown Ministry

In partnership with several city agencies this ministry provides homeless individuals with meals, hygienic supplies, clothing needs, Christian resources, and relationship by sharing the gospel of Jesus.

  • Gift Ministry

A ministry that addresses children's needs by providing school bags and supplies during 'back to school' seasons and also provides gift wrapped toys during Christmas.

  • SRO Ministry

The Warwick SRO provides single-room rental housing to low income homeless and disabled individuals. There is on site food distribution, bible studies, life skills classes and social events.

  • Wellesley Commons

This residence provides quality of life programs for 40 elderly residents living on fixed incomes.This ministry focuses on building relationships, providing Church services, social events, food and the love of Christ.

  • Hampton Soup Kitchen

A donation run ministry providing hot meals to the homeless and needy in the downtown Hampton area. In addition to a warm meal there is opportunity to establish a trust that will allow the love of Christ to be shared.

  • Thrive

A united Peninsula faith community partnering with community resources to help those most in need by addressing both essential living needs and the unique crises affecting each person.

  • Barefoot Ministry

A backpack ministry that reaches out to the homeless community by sharing the love and the hope that is offered to us through faith by our Lord, Jesus Christ.

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An organization devoted to teaching the Word of God with the hope of leading people of all nations to a personal faith and maturity in Christ.  While best known for their publication, Our Daily Bread, they attempt to reach diverse audiences with every method and medium available.

Since 1983 Missionary Athletes International has been spreading the message of Jesus Christ by using the sport of soccer as a bridge to share the gospel. Roll out a soccer ball almost anywhere in the world and you can attract a crowd. Through the common enjoyment of this world-wide sport we are able to build relationships that allow us to share the message of God's redeeming love.  MAI's main methods of discipleship have been the organizing of soccer teams, running soccer camps, and taking short term soccer tours overseas.

An on-campus club which is centered on winning people to faith in Jesus Christ, building them in their faith through discipleship, and sending students out to win and build others.  They strive to provide a way for college students to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ. 

Since 1954 the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high, junior high, and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. 

An on-campus club that provides Bible study, worship, teaching and fellowship for all Christians.  The aim is to nurture existing relationships with Christ and also encourage those who are still seeking Truth.  Extra attention is also placed on student leadership and missions.


This Honduras Based, non-profit, missions organization provides avenues to groups of all ages to pursue their passion to serve Jesus Christ. Sparrow believes strongly in building unity in the body of Christ. Their heart is to mobilize Christians and equip them to fulfill Christ's Great Commission.

EHC is a mission organization committed to reaching every home with the gospel of Jesus Christ.  EHC uses indigenous workers for face-to-face evangelism. In addition substantial gospel-centered literature is ready to be distributed. EHC also channels every new believer to a local Church so that they may continue to grow in Christlikeness. 

Impact supports orphanages and works with neglected children who have been abandoned by their parents or have disabilities which make them undesirable.  Impact is designed to leave a legacy for the next generation through mentoring, education and much. 

An organization dedicated to delivering God's story into hard to reach places.  Facing challenges such as people groups with no written alphabet for their native language, BMP is devoted to training people to deliver God's Story in a creative and illustrative fashion.  BMP is also active in training indigenous people in storying with the hope of planting Churches in these hard to reach places.   

Operating out of Fortaleza, Brazil, The Channel is focused on giving children the opportunity to grow up with the skills needed to conquer poverty and transform their communities.  Christian teaching is at the heart of everything The Channel does.  It is essential to offer children living in a lawless community, values from which they will determine how to live their lives.  The Channel has become a center for hope and opportunity committed to the welfare and needs of children.

In the hills of Northern Thailand, children are born with one dream: to survive.  Through the support of local churches, these broken and lonely children have hope for a future beyond just survival and are given a strong sense of stability.  The Chiang Mai Church Orphanage home provides children with a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, an opportunity for education, food, clothing, and a unique family environment distinct from traditional orphanages.

The Bolivia Life Center (BLC) provides housing, food, health care, mentoring, skills training, educational support, and therapy to the boys God has brought to our doorstep. The boys come from a variety of backgrounds: some are genuine orphans with no known family, others have been rescued from abusive homes, and many were simply found abandoned in a field, an empty building or on a park bench. The BLC strives to be the final stop in the boys’ upbringing, a family where the staff are aunts and uncles, and godparents and friends visit from overseas. The boys’ needs are met and their dreams cultivated thanks to the donations of sponsors, BLC Partners and other friends in the US.