We take seriously the call to be Jesus’ feet and hands to the world around us.

Local Missions

Locally, we participate with such ministries as:

  • Rescue Mission

    The Rescue Mission provides shelter, dinner, chapel services and  a Spiritual Life Program for homeless men and women.  MOPC leads a chapel service monthly. 


    Utah Food Bank

    Our volunteers sort food at the food bank on the second Saturday of every month.


  • St. Vincent de Paul Soup Kitchen

    MOPC volunteers make sandwiches in the morning on the second Friday of every month, and another team of volunteers serves dinner from 4:45 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on that day.


    Crossroads Urban Center

    On an ongoing basis, we collect and deliver food to Crossroads, a mission that serves people who are in need in our community.


  • Holding Out Help

    We financially support this organization that assists people leaving polygamy to live independently in our community.  


  • Intervarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)

    MOPC supports this Christian and International Student outreach program to students at the U of U, Westminster University, UVU, USU-E, SUU, Utah Tech University, and BYU.


  • The Coffee Depot

    Our church has provided financial support to this outreach program in Mount Pleasant, Utah, which was started by a former MOPC member.

    www.thecoffeedepotutah.com    www.wellspringutah.org

  • The Vine Institute

    The Vine Institute offers Christian training for leaders and those preparing for leadership in churches, particularly for people from different cultures and language groups. They also provide opportunities for multi-cultural Christian celebrations.

    www. vine-institute.org

Global Missions

Globally, we support these ministries:


    Sergiy and Irina Tymchenko founded REALIS in Ukraine. The organization first started as part of the underground church. As needs change, so does the service of Realis. Currently they minister with a team that provides trauma counseling, theological training and aid to internally displaced refugees.


  • Frontera de Cristo

    Mark Adams and Miriam Maldonado Escobar serve migrants and help others learn about the challenges of migration at the US Mexico border in Arizona. They provide jobs, resources, and community to many as a means of sharing their hope in Christ. They are missionaries with the Presbyterian PCUSA. Small groups are encouraged to visit and learn about the challenges that migrants face when seeking a safe place to live.


  • ByGrace

    Kenya's ByGrace Children’s Home started when the founders, Stephen and Rosemary Mbogo, began addressing the dire needs of abandoned children in the Nairobi, Kenya slums in 2005. The home cares for 104 children & young adults; the school’s population is about 553 children. In addition, ByGrace offers community-based care in various Kenyan locations in partnership with local churches. Several from MOPC visited in 2023 and MOPC supports the needs of children and ongoing projects.


  • Yordon English Medium School-Shigala, Tanzania

    This school, which was founded by Nassa Theological College graduates, provides a Christian education to children from pre-school through 8th grade.  MOPC provides financial support to the school.


  • Nassa Theological College

    We provide financial support to this college where teachers and pastors receive Biblical training to reach others in Tanzania. 

  • Tanzania Children's Rescue Center

    This mission was also started by Nassa graduates to meet the needs of orphaned children for food and pre-school education, with financial support from MOPC.

    Myanmar Theological College and Orphanage   




    Many of the missionaries we support work in countries hostile to Christianity and we are unable to share their information publicly.