Missions

Welcome to the VBC Missions Page!

Psalm 96:3 “Declare His glory among the nations, His marvelous deeds among all peoples”.

Missions have always been the heart of Venice Bible Church’s ministry. Our missions team works to promote, encourage, and support faith missions both at home and abroad.
We currently provide monetary and prayer support for fifteen specific missionary efforts in eight different countries and in the United States with contacts in five foreign countries. See the list here.
As an independent church we select our own missionary candidates to support. Many of them have come from our church.
Our focus is on reaching areas of the world where there is little witness for Christ. Increasingly that extends to our country as well.

Ladies, Saturday November 17, 6:30 pm Meet Missionary Kim North, Kit Hill’s house 4321 Pompano

November 18 is deadline for donations for Gifts to Christ for the Agape Migrant Center Rome Italy!

Todd and Christie Kincaid opened the Agape Center to reach out to new migrants to Rome mostly from North Africa.
These people are from several different religions including Muslim, Hindu, and Sikh. Some are Christians fleeing persecution.

The Center introduces them to Jesus by way of language lessons, bible study, fellowship times, computer instruction and activities for children

We will accept donations until November 18th.

These will be sent to
Todd Kincaid
(Ends of the Earth)
in Rome for a Christmas gift.

VBC encourages everyone to experience a short-term mission trip either through one of our planned groups or as an individual with an approved organization.
Information, prayer requests (click here for current list), needs and missionary contact addresses are available in the church office. Contact the church office at vbc@vbcfl.com or call the church office at 941-493-2788
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Steve Manda reports direct news from Ethnos 360 (New Tribes) missionary friends in Indonesia. All the mission workers and the Indonesian church members are safe. But most had to be evacuated by military plane which also brought in police and rescue workers. The 7.5 earthquake and tsunami destroyed much of the city and area around. The mission house was made unlivable. There is no water, no electricity, no fuel and little food. There have been many aftershocks.
The missionaries are waiting to hear when it will be safe for the men to return to help. Please pray for Indonesia.
To donate: credit or debit cards:https://ethnos360.org/projects/relief-funds
Make checks out to: Ethnos 360
  Mail to:                       312 West First Street
                                Sanford, FL 32771-1231

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