Missions

Our Passion

Making a Difference Around the World

NorthStar Church missions trips help us connect with others as we partner together to build the Kingdom of God. Join us and help make a difference as we share in what God is doing around the world!

Guatemala

For this medical mission trip, we will be working in Villa de Neuvo with our hosts Jorge and Shirley Cerritos with our final day we will have a day of fun in Antigua. You do not need to be medical to go.

The interest meeting for this trip is scheduled for November 13 at 9:30AM and 11AM in the True North.

March 25 - April 1, 2023

When you sponsor a child in Guatemala, you’ll be matched with orphans in countries whose borders are closed to adoption due to human trafficking. It is a relational experience that also provides financial support. It is a commitment to build relationships through regular social media contact and to care for an orphan as one of your own children. This commitment creates a covenant relationship intended to exist at least until the orphan graduates from school.

Online

Please visit savingsusanministry.org to find out more about sponsoring a child in Guatemala.

By Mail

Saving Susan Ministry
3400 Blue Springs Rd. Suite 110
Kennesaw, GA 30144

Tennessee

NorthStar is once again partnering with Builders for Christ to build cabins for Sanctuary Hills, a couples retreat in Blaine, Tennessee. Sanctuary Hills is a ministry for retreats for pastors and their wives

June 6-10, 2022

El Salvador

NorthStar will be partnering with a village in El Palemar to finish up a classroom in their school. We will be doing STEM projects with the children, showing the Jesus Film to the community and business classes with the leaders in that village. This trip is full except we could take one more teacher or one more construction person.

June 25 - July 2, 2022

Missions Behind the Scenes

Stitch and Nail

This is missions group that will be making projects to help those in poor countries. One of the first projects will be making a women’s hygiene kit to be taken to countries overseas. You don’t need to be able to sew because we have folding, ironing and putting kits together. All materials are furnished. These kits will then be used to teach the women how to make them giving them a skill.

We’ll begin meeting on Tuesday, February 11, then the second
Tuesday every month from 1 – 4pm in the Compass Theater.

Missions Stories

COVID-19 Impact on Haiti
COVID-19 Impact on India
COVID-19 Impact on Guatemala
Blessing Bebe Thank You
Blessing Bebe Recap
Shoes that Grow Recap