Windsor Chapel is committed to missions...
We are committed to our Lord's Great Commission: to make disciples of all nations (Matt.28:16-18). As a pivotal part of our calling to reach the world with the good news of Jesus Christ, we've prayerfully and financially supported missionaries and ministries all over the world. We believe Jesus gave us a clear fourfold target in his "Acts1:8 strategy", a very practical plan for involving any mission-minded church in the task of world evangelization...
"And you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." Acts 1:8
In Jerusalem - Local Evangelism or our own geographical area, where we live, where we can be most directly involved in reaching our own non-believing family and friends for Christ. It's relational, cultivating intentional and "contagious" relationships with non- believers programmatic, designing effective outreach opportunities to support the relational emphasis. Here's the harvest field we as Jesus' witnesses are called to reach for Christ, a challenge we can easily ignore or neglect.. We're praying for a team here at the Chapel to help us build bridges with unchurched friends. The team's focus will include evangelism training, planning creative outreach events, implementing direct mail outreach and assisting other church ministries in seeing their evangelistic potential.
Judea - Regional, National Evangelism or the broader metropolitan area of Princeton, New Jersey or the entire nation, where the physical location or relational connection is somewhat removed from our direct impact. We're privileged to have several missionaries here at the Chapel who focus on "generation next". Campus Crusade, Intervarsity, Navigators and Young Life, their strategic purpose is to reach students with the gospel of Jesus Christ and raise up the next generation of Christian leaders and missionaries.
Samaria - Regional, National Evangelism or cross-cultural "peoples" that are right around us, especially those that we could easily miss or purposely avoid.
The World - Cross-cultural Missions or to the unreached people groups where there is no functioning church or effective Christian witness. While this is the traditional view of world missions, it continues to be very strategic.