Missions

Ardmore on Mission

Our mission is to connect people of all ages with Jesus Christ and each other to form life-changing relationships. We follow a shared ministry model, which gives everyone in our church a place to explore their gifts and use them to live out their passions and calling as a disciple. Whatever your strengths or interests, you’ll have a place here with us and our church.

Our Integrative Missions Philosophy

We believe that we are called to connect people to Christ in all that we do and that by doing the work of the church, we are living into our call to fulfill the great commission. We invite you to join us in serving, worshiping, living in community, and being part of the great cloud of witnesses.

All people are called to serve God and God’s people; all are called to be ministers working to achieve the purposes of God.”

All Are Welcome

Upcoming Ways to Serve

Dr. Oti Bunaciu Presentation

Blood Drive at Ardmore

Serving with Project Ruth

Thinking Locally, Serving Globally

Encourger Church Program

This program is a formal church partnership with field personnel (missionaries) through the signing of a covenant that “encourages mutual roles of support fostering important ministries and transformative relationships. The relationship focuses on four major areas- prayer support, administrative support, short-term engagement and financial support. Each area unites churches with the ongoing ministry work of field personnel around the world. This program seeks to: deepen relationships, cultivate mutual transformation, bear a consistent witness, and focus financial stewardship. Such a relationship invites the church into an intimate first-hand role in missions.”


Learn more about this program and our partnership with Janée and Hary, CBF Field Personnel serving in Antwerp, Belgium among the very large Syrian refugee community.

JL Wilson Welcome House

Welcome House is a Christian model of welcome and hospitality developed by Cooperative Baptist Fellowship field personnel Marc and Kim Wyatt, in partnership with CBFNC and refugee agencies such as World Relief. Welcome House is a shelter for those who need a temporary place of safety and comfort before entering their new permanent homes. The Welcome House provides guests with renewal and opportunity for acclimation between travel and settling down.

Contact / Location

Contact info

123-456-7890
123, New Lenox, Chicago IL 60606
info@yoursitename.com

Gathering Times

Saturday:
5:30pm

Sunday:
8:00am, 9:15am, 11:00am

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