Mission Ministries We Support
Our great calling is to make disciples of all nations and expose the gospel to those who do not know Him. Our missions ministry's purpose is to reach those who do not know Jesus and to make Him Known and share the Gospel humbly, boldly, and passionately.
There are many opportunities at Carlton Community Church to get involved and to make Jesus known such as through our local ministry at Yamhill-Carlton Foodbank, school supply drives, Christmas drives, Truth and Treat, youth mission projects and trips, partnerships with other churches and other outreach events within the community.
Mark2 Ministries centers around disability ministry and training churches to do disability ministry. Carlton Community Church supports one of our young adult's, Daniel Stowell, who is attending this center.
Compassion International is an advocate for children, to release them from economic, social and physical poverty and to help them become responsible and fulfilled Christian adults. Carlton Community Church has adopted Sebastian Jabalera.
C.S. Lewis Academy is a Christian based educational facility that is committed to providing an education that is challenging and responsive to each student's needs; preparing students for life in a safe, nurturing environment that fosters character development and spiritual growth based on Biblical truth.
Portland Fellowship is a non-profit, interdenominational ministry. Portland Fellowship offers a message to those conflicted -- a message of freedom and hope found in Christ.
Kings Kids Orphanage
Kings Kids Orphanage is a non-profit, Ministry of Missions for Jesus International. The orphanage is located near Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico and is ran by missionaries Jesse and Jenny Navarro. They welcome Christian missionaries and Christian church mission groups who have a calling to serve the Lord in Mexico.
Yamhill Carlton STOREHOUSE
Yamhill Carlton Storehouse
Yamhill Carlton Storehouse is a non-profit food bank located in Carlton, Oregon, sponsored by Walk in the Park. The organizaton was originally started by Myrna Summers and was called Joseph Storehouse. The storehouse was connected to Carlton Community Church at that time. When our church building was condemned and tore down in 2016, the storehouse was relocated to back behind Carlton First Baptist Church and their name was changed to Yamhill Carlton Storehouse. Yamhill Carlton Storehouse provides food, personal items, and blankets to those in need within our community.