North American Missions

Reaching across America for Christ

  • Annie Amrstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions

    Each year we honor the life and work of Annie Armstrong (1850-1938) when we give to the annual Annie Armstrong Easter offering for North American Missions. Annie was a tireless servant of God and an advocate and supporter of mission efforts around the world. Annie rallied churches to give more, pray more and do more for reaching people for Christ, thus the naming of the offering after her. 


    From the beginning of March through the Easter Season, give to help us reach our B3 Church goal and across the U.S.  100% of every gift goes to support the work of the North American Mission Board.  You can also come to Women on Mission Meetings to learn more about Missions giving, going, and praying.

  • His Mansion Ministries

    Located in Hillsboro, New Hampshire, His Mansion is a community based 24/7 approach to healing, rehabilitation and recovery. His Mansion is also a training center for equipping young people for Christian Service.  Learn more at

    One week out of the year you can volunteer to participate on a “work-group” trip which could include working in the wood lot, gardening, kitchen, cleaning, painting, construction, green house, etc.  You can also consider donating food and gas cards at Christmas time.  Give monetarily to support one of the long term staff serving there.

    Contact:  Brent Bevins

  • Paul & Elizabeth Biswas

    The Biswas help to plant churches among Muslims/Hindu and Buddhist immigrants from South Asia in the New England area.  Ninety-eight percent of the South Asian population are unreached.  There is currently only 1 church for 20,000 Bengali Speaking people.


    Support the Pastor of Boston Bangla Church by praying for the ministry and Paul and Elizabeth Biswas.  You can send words of encouragement through a card, phone call, or help financially.


    Contact:  Paul Biswas, 17 Hopkins St., Dorchester, MA 02124, home 617-825-1851, 857-472-0363 (cell)


    Local contact:  Jeannie Jones