A Congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America


Our Jerusalem

We believe that it is best to designate key mission emphases on a couple of local ministries and get behind them in a significant way, both financially and by way of volunteer service and prayer. The two local missions we support are Bethany Christian School and The Lighthouse Youth Center.

Our Ends of the Earth

We believe that we should be engaged in foreign missions both financially and through short-term missions and prayer with missionaries with whom we have a working relationship. We support missionaries who work through Mission to the World.

Our Samaria

We believe that the local church should be engaged in advancing Christ's Kingdom by planting churches and by serving regionally and nationally. This is done in concert with Mission to North America through the Presbyterian Church in America.
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Missionaries - John and Kathy Clow

John grew up in Clute, TX and felt God’s call to missions while attending LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas. In 1992, John graduated with a degree in welding engineering technology. In 1997 he met and married Kathy who grew up in Lawrenceville, Ga. Kathy also felt God’s call to missions during college. She graduated from North Georgia College in Dahlonega, Ga. with a degree in special education. The Clows have been serving with MTW since 2002, Their first term was spent working alongside Isaiah 55 Deaf Ministries in Reynosa, Mexico, where they hosted short-term volunteers. God used this time to train and prepare them for what lay ahead.

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The Clows have been serving with MTW since 2002. They currently live in La Ceiba, Honduras. John serves as team leader in La Ceiba and country director of Honduras. The MTW team in La Ceiba is a church-planting team with a holistic approach to ministry. Through medical clinics, street kid ministry, a home for teenage moms, and a theological seminary, the team is meeting both physical and spiritual needs. The MTW team in the capital city of Tegucigalpa is in the beginning stages of planting churches.