June 10-24, 2024*

*Dates subject to shift slightly due to flight availability

How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who say to Zion, “Your God reigns!”

– Isaiah 52:7

A COMMITMENT TO THE LEAST-REACHED

In 2018, the pastors and elders of Crossroads felt a burden for our church to pour energy to minister amongst one of the most unreached people groups on earth.

In missiology, "least reached" is defined as "A people group among which there is no indigenous community of believing Christians with adequate numbers and resources to evangelize this people group without outside assistance."

Today, 7,408 people groups qualify as unreached. That's 7.75 billion human beings!

Crossroads supports ministry among many of these 7,408 people groups, through partnering with ministry-workers who are sharing the Gospel in some of the most overlooked places on earth. But in addition to this, we wanted to consider what it would look like to dedicate ourselves to one specific people group, with open hands to how God might define this in our own city, in our region, and to the ends of the earth.

Our commitment to the village of Baak Ngieke began in 2019. Our goal is to take the good news of Jesus Christ into the unreached areas of Senegal to plant churches that are autonomous, self-sufficient, and self-reproducing.

We currently support the local pastor of Baak Ngieke by aiding in his education and training and annual June missions trips. We also support the town through quarterly medical clinics.

HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

Give

Mission Into Senegal is partially funded by tithes given to Crossroads. If you'd like to contribute above and beyond your normal giving to support one of our short term missionaries, click the link below. Please be sure to indicate the name of the person you are supporting in the memo line. We are grateful for your generosity!

Serve

There are a variety of opportunities to serve the Baak-ngieke people right here in Sheboygan!

To hear about these different opportunities, please reach out to senegal@crossroadscc.church.

Go

Are you curious about what a trip to Senegal might look like, or how you can be a part of this mission? Please submit the form below to find out more.

Please enter your name.
Please enter a message.
Senegal Stats

June 10-24, 2024*

*Dates subject to shift slightly due to flight availability

How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who say to Zion, “Your God reigns!”

– Isaiah 52:7

A COMMITMENT TO THE LEAST-REACHED

In 2018, the pastors and elders of Crossroads felt a burden for our church to pour energy to minister amongst one of the most unreached people groups on earth.

In missiology, "least reached" is defined as "A people group among which there is no indigenous community of believing Christians with adequate numbers and resources to evangelize this people group without outside assistance."

Today, 7,408 people groups qualify as unreached. That's 7.75 billion human beings!

Crossroads supports ministry among many of these 7,408 people groups, through partnering with ministry-workers who are sharing the Gospel in some of the most overlooked places on earth. But in addition to this, we wanted to consider what it would look like to dedicate ourselves to one specific people group, with open hands to how God might define this in our own city, in our region, and to the ends of the earth.

Our commitment to the village of Baak Ngieke began in 2019. Our goal is to take the good news of Jesus Christ into the unreached areas of Senegal to plant churches that are autonomous, self-sufficient, and self-reproducing.

We currently support the local pastor of Baak Ngieke by aiding in his education and training and annual June missions trips. We also support the town through quarterly medical clinics.

HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

Give

Mission Into Senegal is partially funded by tithes given to Crossroads. If you'd like to contribute above and beyond your normal giving to support one of our short term missionaries, click the link below. Please be sure to indicate the name of the person you are supporting in the memo line. We are grateful for your generosity!

Serve

There are a variety of opportunities to serve the Baak-ngieke people right here in Sheboygan!

To hear about these different opportunities, please reach out to senegal@crossroadscc.church.

Go

Are you curious about what a trip to Senegal might look like, or how you can be a part of this mission? Please submit the form below to find out more.

Please enter your name.
Please enter a message.
Senegal Stats

June 10-24, 2024*

*Dates subject to shift slightly due to flight availability

How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who say to Zion, “Your God reigns!”

– Isaiah 52:7

A COMMITMENT TO THE LEAST-REACHED

In 2018, the pastors and elders of Crossroads felt a burden for our church to pour energy to minister amongst one of the most unreached people groups on earth.

In missiology, "least reached" is defined as "A people group among which there is no indigenous community of believing Christians with adequate numbers and resources to evangelize this people group without outside assistance."

Today, 7,408 people groups qualify as unreached. That's 7.75 billion human beings!

Crossroads supports ministry among many of these 7,408 people groups, through partnering with ministry-workers who are sharing the Gospel in some of the most overlooked places on earth. But in addition to this, we wanted to consider what it would look like to dedicate ourselves to one specific people group, with open hands to how God might define this in our own city, in our region, and to the ends of the earth.

Our commitment to the village of Baak Ngieke began in 2019. Our goal is to take the good news of Jesus Christ into the unreached areas of Senegal to plant churches that are autonomous, self-sufficient, and self-reproducing.

We currently support the local pastor of Baak Ngieke by aiding in his education and training and annual June missions trips. We also support the town through quarterly medical clinics.

HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

Give

Mission Into Senegal is partially funded by tithes given to Crossroads. If you'd like to contribute above and beyond your normal giving to support one of our short term missionaries, click the link below. Please be sure to indicate the name of the person you are supporting in the memo line. We are grateful for your generosity!

Serve

There are a variety of opportunities to serve the Baak-ngieke people right here in Sheboygan!

To hear about these different opportunities, please reach out to senegal@crossroadscc.church.

Go

Are you curious about what a trip to Senegal might look like, or how you can be a part of this mission? Please submit the form below to find out more.

Please enter your name.
Please enter a message.
Senegal Stats
Crossroads logo

Crossroads Community Church, with campuses in both Sheboygan and Manitowoc, Wisconsin, exists to help people connect with God and others at the crossroads of life.

Crossroads Community Church

Sheboygan Campus | P: 920-694-1552 office@crossroadssheboygan.org

Manitowoc Campus | P: 920-663-2960 office@crossroadsmanitowoc.org

W: Crossroadscc.church

©

© 2023 Crossroads Community Church | See our Privacy Policy + Terms of Service | Crossroads Community Church is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization

Designed, Built + Managed by Re3 Creative