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Renaissance Outreach Ministries

Contact: Johnny Burke
Address PO Box 121 Greentown IN 46936 Phone: 989-244-5211 Website: Renaissance Outreach Ministries

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Renaissance Outreach Ministries provides training for pastors as well as church leaders in developing countries.  Our focus is primarily training rural pastors and church leaders.. In 2018, we will be returning to East Africa, working with churches in Uganda and Tanzania. We are also working with the South Rwenzori School of Nursing & Midwifery in Kasese, Uganda and are helping to find Western medical personnel who would be willing to come to western Uganda to help train nurses.

Our work in Nepal is currently being carried out by people we have trained while we continue to work in places like Nepal, India and Bangladesh. We focus on reaching pastors in rural settings where the need for training is the greatest. As we are a small, ecumenical mission, we rely on people like yourself to help us fund the work. We are a 501c3, nonprofit, organization and all donations are tax deductible.

We are members of the following organizations:

  • Church of Nepal
  • The Missionary Church International (TMCI), Columbia, South Carolina
  • The Missionary Society of St. John the Evangelist (MSJ)
  • Central Association, Congregational Christian Churches of Michigan

 

Coffee and tea sales support the training of indigenous pastors in foreign countries

(Bangladesh, India, Nepal).  The coffee and tea is grown in the Himalayas.