ministry partners

God is a God of action, of mission. We are his people and are a people of action, of mission. Below are a few of our local and global ministry partners. We'd love for you to join us in mission with these folks.

  • North Central Conference

    The North Central Conference of the Free Methodist Church is a collective of some 65 churches seeking to bring Jesus to the North Central United States. We often speak of "the Conference", but really we are the conference. Learn more by clicking here.

  • International Child Care Ministries

    International Child Care Ministries (ICCM) is a child sponsorship initiative serving 20,000 children in over 30 countries. Through education, meals, clothing, and basic medical care, children in need have an opportunity for a better life. For just one dollar a day you can sponsor a child and change a life forever. Get started by clicking here.

  • Eden Reforestation Projects

    Eden reduces extreme poverty and restores healthy forests by employing local villagers to plant millions of trees every year. For $0.10 - $0.30 per tree, you can help save the planet and save lives. Plant your first trees by clicking here.

  • Set Free Movement

    The Set Free Movement seeks to create new futures and end modern slavery through community-based action in partnerships with others. Help stop slavery today by clicking here.

  • Al & Diane Mellinger and Team Bulkans

    The Mellingers served as regional leaders in the Balkans. As the FMC is growing up, they have returned state side to continue their work with churches globally through economic development.  

    Connect with the Mellingers

  • Thom and Sherry Cahill, Asia

    Thom and Sherry Cahill serve as missionaries with Free Methodist World Mission in Asia in Leadership and Discipleship ministries.

    Connect with the Cahills

  • Mike and Vickie Reynen, FMWM Africa

    The Reynens are currently transitioning from Kenya to West Africa, specifically to Togo. These next months of transition include three months of being stateside, language school in Belgium studying French in January, February, and March, and then officially moving to Togo in April. Mike serves as Area Director in Africa and his responsibilities take him around the continent, working with the missionary teams and in partnership with national churches. Vickie has served as ICCM Regional Coordinator for Africa but with their move to Togo, her role will shift to ICCM Regional Coordinator for West Africa. Her focus will be on Liberia, Nigeria and Togo. Their children reside in the states: Kyle and his wife Maddie, recently graduated from Spring Arbor University and live in Michigan; Kelly lives in Indiana; Kenzie and her husband, Jamie, also live in Indiana. 

    Connect with the Reynen Family