Missionary Overviews

Sovereign Grace Presbyterian Church takes The Great Commission seriously. Our annual Missions Conference is a significant event in the life of the church, and we often send short-term mission teams to other parts of the USA and even abroad. 


We are committed to supporting missionaries both locally and globally. Currently we support 31 missionaries or missionary organizations in 17 different countries throughout the world as well as here in Charlotte, North Carolina.


Not only do we support missionaries, we also send missionaries. We have sent five families to the mission field in the last decade. 

MISSIONARIES


  • BROCKS (FRANCE)

    Chris and Donnette are missionaries with Mission to the World planting a church in France. They are members of Sovereign Grace. 

  • Bowers (OHIO, USA)

    Nate and Naomi are missionaries with Reformed University Fellowship working in campus ministry and the University of Akron.  

  • HOODS (NEW YORK, USA)

    Jonathan and Erica are missionaries with Mission to North America planting a church in Syracuse, NY, where Jonathan serves as planter of Christ Church

  • Kitchens (Massachusetts, USA)

    Josh and Sarah were missionaries with The Seed Company working on scripture translation in Papua New Guinea. The Kitchens, who were sent out from Sovereign Grace, now are focusing on planting a new church in New England.   

  • traubs (scotland)

    Will and Judi are missionaries with Mission to the World working in theological education for MTW Europe in Dundee, Scotland. They were previously members of Sovereign Grace.  

  • ANDY AND DAVINA YOUNG

    Andy is the pastor of Oxford Presbyterian Church in England, a congregation of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales (EPCEW).

  • SCHWEITZERs (ENGLAND)

    Bill and Pam are missionaries with Mission to the World planting a church near Newcastle, England, where Bill serves as pastors of All Saints Presbyterian church while also teaching at Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

  • STATTERS (ENGLAND)

    Chris and Rosemary Statter are planting an EPCEW church called Salford Evangelical Presbyterian Church, outside Manchester in North England. 

  • hecks (germany)

    Sebastien and Isabel are missionaries with Reformation2Germany planting a church in Heidelberg, Germany, where Sebastien serves as pastor of Selbstandige Evangelisch-Reformierte Kirche.

  • HUNTS (CZECH REPUBLIC)

    Jake and Melissa are missionaries with Serge, planting a church in Prague, Czech Republic, where Jake serves as pastor of DoSlova, a plant of Faith Community Church.

  • Halberts (HONDURAS)

    Aaron and Rachel Halbert are planting are planting a church in Honduras.

  • undisclosed (ASIA)

    J and M are missionaries with Mission to the World. After spending time in church planting, J is now the international director for Asia-Pacific for MTW.

  • COLUCCIAS (italy)

    Vincenzo and Judit Coluccia are working with MTW to plant the first Presbyterian church south of Rome in Lecce, Italy.

  • Argyris and dina petrou (greece)

    Argyris and Dina Petrou, natives of Greece. Argyris works full time for the Greek Bible College and Dina works with victims of sex trafficking and exploitation.

  • erik and hara petrou

    Erik and Hara are planting a church in the Neos Kosmos neighborhood of Athens, Greece.

  • undisclosed (africa)

    F and S are missionaries with Mission to the World planting a church in an undisclosed location in Africa. 

  • Greenville Seminary (South carolina, usa)

    Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary is located in Greenville, South Carolina, and focuses on equipping preachers and pastors. 

  • ps (Africa/asia)

    F and I are missionaries working with church planters in Africa and Asia.

  • African bible college (africa)

    African Bible College was founded in 1976 with the vision of establishing Christian Colleges in Africa for educating Christian leaders for churches and missions. 

  • Covenant community school (japan)

    Covenant Community School was founded in 2006 to educate a new generation of Christian leaders. The school offers classes in both English and Japanese for local Japanese children and children of MTW Tokyo missionaries. 

  • lars and kathy huttar

    Lars works for OneHundredFold ministry, using software development and other technologies to distribute Christian materials worldwide.

  • Hurries (SOUTH AFRICA)

    Shaun and Becky Hurrie are missionaries with Mission to the World in South Africa, where Shaun is involved in teaching. 

  • Halberts (COSTA RICA)

    Andrew and Julie are missionaries with United World Mission, working in theological education and church planting in Costa Rica.

  • Reformed university fellowship (north carolina, usa)

    Sovereign Grace supports Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at two college campuses, including Queens University, University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

  • darin stone (north carolina, usa)

    Darin and his wife Melanie live in Raleigh, NC. Darin is a chaplain to the state capital of North Carolina and works with elected officials and all those who work in state government in Raleigh.

  • BROOKSTONE SCHOOL (NORTH CAROLINA, USA)

    Brookstone School is a K-8 classical Christian school that seeks to raise up the next generation of leaders from Charlotte's inner-city neighborhoods. Since opening their doors they have grown to over 200 students and meet at First Baptist Charlotte.

  • HUMAN COALITION (NORTH CAROLINA, USA)

    Human Coalition works to end abortion in America by reaching and ministering to women considering an abortion or who have had an abortion.

  • CHARLOTTE RESCUE MISSION (NORTH CAROLINA, USA)

    Charlotte Rescue Mission ministers the gospel to the homeless population of Charlotte, NC struggling with addiction.