Global Missions

hope mountain

Hope Mountain transforms the lives of individuals rescued from human trafficking; empowering each person to move from helpless victim to thriving survivor.  The Hope Mountain Aftercare Center is being developed to be a safe refuge for children rescued from human trafficking in the Province of Cebu, Republic of the Philippines.

World Vision helps transform the lives of children and families in need in the name of Christ. Yosemite Church has 300 plus sponsored children and we support a village in Zambia. 

To get involved or to sponsor a child, contact: Kerri Gibbons at (209) 628-8972

Adopt a School/Trinidad

Seeds International is dedicated to the retention of new believers by the local church, both in North America and around the world. Our single purpose is to provide the necessary tools and training to aid in that goal. YC has adopted two schools; one in Trinidad and the other in Guatemala. 

Samaritan's Purse brings joy and hope to children in desperate situations around the world through gift-filled shoe boxes and the Good News of God's love. This program provides an opportunity for people of all ages to get involved in a simple, hands-on missions project with a global impact, while focusing on the true meaning of Christmas—Jesus Christ, God's greatest gift. Along with shoe box gifts, millions of children are given Gospel booklets in their own language.

Orphanage in Kenya, Africa

Community Inland Fellowship is dedicated to introducing light to a generation that is in the dark. The poor, impoverished regions of Africa, especially East Africa, need the life-changing Gospel of Jesus Christ as well physical and social improvements.

To get involved, contact Rev. Dr. Titus D.O Opunga at +254-729-691.

Gideons International's mission is to reach men and women with the good news of Jesus Christ. For over 100 years they have placed bibles in hotels and motels worldwide and over the years have increased their reach to include providing the scriptures to school children, military and emergency personnel, college students, medical personnel, and jail and prison inmates. 

To get involved, contact: Al Vienop at (209) 725-3138.