Missions and Benevolence

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The mission of the Church @ The Intersection is to reach the Merrimack Valley with the good news of the Kingdom of God. Our missions program’s primary focus is to assist and facilitate the extension of the Kingdom locally, nationally, and around the world. Our goal and commitment is two-fold: (1) The programs that we support must have the same commitment to the Kingdom of God and it’s expansion on this earth that we have for the Merrimack Valley, and (2) because of the extreme darkness of the Merrimack Valley our primary commitment is to facilitate financially Kingdom ministries in and around the Merrimack Valley that are ministering in areas where we do not have the ability to carry out ourselves.

Current Focus

Our current missions focus is centered on ministries that deal with the rampant drug problem and the ministries that deal with the family since one problem affects the other.  As we see progress in these areas and as the Lord leads us we will expand our missions focus and giving.


We require personal and financial integrity of the ministries we support just as we do of ourselves.  In this regard we will take the time and effort to evaluate each ministry we intend to support for both personal and financial integrity.

For more information on any of these ministries, please visit the websites listed below.

People to People Ministries – Child Sponsorship

New Life Home for Women and Children

Samaritan’s Purse – Operation Christmas Child


As needs arise and in accordance with guidelines in Acts, the church may provide financial or material assistance, or benevolence, to members of our church family or the community who may be in need. The purpose of the Benevolence Ministry is to provide financial aid to an individual who is in need on an urgent basis. Benevolence is defined as an act of kindness, charitableness, good will, generosity or expressions of Christian love intended to address the needs of the poor and distressed. It is specifically intended to address “life-threatening” or “life-hindering” situations. We have a fund in place to allow us to meet needs as they arise and as we are able. The Advisory Board oversees this fund and reviews requests for assistance.