Bayside Chapel is proud to partner with the following missionaries serving all across the world.
Compassion International is a Christian child sponsorship organization, dedicated to the long-term development of children living in poverty around the world. Many of us from Bayside are sponsoring children from Haiti through Compassion International.
Casey and Valerie Ellis- Wycliffe
Together with Wycliffe, the Ellis family is in Vanuatu to assist in Bible translation, literacy development, evangelism, and more. You can stay connected to them by visiting their website or joining their Facebook group, Vanuatu Venture. For more than 70 years, Wycliffe has helped people around the world translate the Bible into their own languages.
Glad tidings, india
Their mission is to bring the Glad Tidings of Christ to India by training & equipping the Indigenous Church. With over 50 years of experience in ministry in India through founder/missionary, Dr. William Scott, our indigenous partner is run on the ground in India by indigenous leadership with 15-40 years tenure, trained and mentored by Bill Scott and others. They work only with proven and trustworthy partnerships within India.
Steve and Carol Jean Gallagher- wycliffe, png
The Gallaghers work with the primitive Bariai people translating the Bible into their “Heart” language. So far they have translated the entire New Testament as well as Genesis and Exodus.When people get the Bible in their own language, lives change in amazing ways. People are transformed as they are led to Jesus Christ and a right relationship with God.
Juan carlos parodi- pioneers
Juan Carlos Parodi has served in cross-cultural ministries for the last 25 years in the Middle East, North Africa and Latin America. Juan relocated in Manchester, England, where he continues to be involved in facilitating cross-cultural church planting. As a Christian, he has a call to befriend foreign nationals and also the responsibility to show them the love of God in Christ Jesus. God has brought him to build a strong relationship with the British church to model a community that expresses God’s love in a relevant cultural fashion.
Tom & carol tatlow- pioneers
Tom and Carol Tatlow serve under Pioneers, an evangelical mission movement with 2,593 international members serving on 248 church-planting teams in 95 countries among 180 people groups in 100 languages. Currently Tom and Carol are serving in Thailand by supporting church planting teams.
Romania Partnership- Bethel Church Giurgiu
Bayside has been partnering with the Brethren Church in the city of Giurgiu for several years. Our mission is to engage churches in the area for their encouragement and to equip them for ministry as well as to strengthen the church plant in the village of Pietrosani.
Larry & Shirley Sallee- Crossworld/Distant shores media
Shirley and Larry have spent many years on the mission field planting and growing Churches, but they are now involved in helping national believers around the world plant new churches in remote places where western missionaries are unavailable or unwelcome. Larry works on formatting different translations of the Omega Course to make them available online to anyone, anywhere in the world. He also works on the Delta Course specifically for the national church planters who are ministering in other people groups, but who have no cross-cultural training.
Bill & Lori Smith– ABWE, PNG
Bill teaches and runs the Goroka Baptist Bible College which trains national pastors to take over the churches that the Smiths have “planted.” The whole family helps in the planting of a new church each time they return to the field for a new term. Lori is an R.N. and runs a much needed medical clinic. She literally sees hundreds of patients - many of whom come to Christ. Bill also is Field Leader for their PNG mission family. ABWE is a mission agency with more than 85 years of experience helping missionaries start relevant, effective, creative & adaptable ministries in more than 70 countries.
Monique lodosz- Global Outreach
Monique's ministry extends toward many of the people in Rwanda and Uganda. The widows are being taught skills to earn money to support themselves and their families, youth are being provided seminars and camps and receive Bibles, children are taught in ministries much like Vacation Bible Schools. There is a street children's ministry. Some have been sent to University, paid for by the funds generated throughout the ministry. The Gospel is presented and many have accepted Jesus as their Savior.
Starve Poverty was born out of the heart of a man who has fallen in love with the poor. After visiting Tijuana, Mexico, Ron Fraser carried with him a desire to minister the gospel of reconciliation with his hands to build for those who have no building to call their own. Starve Poverty exists to connect people and resources to break the chains of poverty. It operates out of an ability to deploy humanitarian resources and target those resources toward specific projects to benefit specific people and groups.