I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness.” John 12:46
Mountain Community Fellowship offers support to the International Missions Board as well as actively supporting mission work at home and abroad in other ways.  In fact, roughly one-fourth of our current congregation has served in overseas missions.
Pamela Duhrkoop

Pamela attended here at MCF during her time in Eastern Kentucky serving with Christian Appalachian Project. Pamela is serving as an international trainer in both Japan and South Korea with One Mission Society's H
OPE61 ministry. The ministry trains churches to prevent human trafficking by reaching out to those who are most vulnerable. Pam prays that the Lord will raise up leaders in His church to confront this issue and shine His light into the darkness.
Hope in the Light

Mountain Community Fellowship has been actively involved in Hope in the Light Ministry; a non-denominational, Christian, non-profit organization. Members of our congregation have worked in the mountains above Haiti’s capital city of Port-au-Prince to assist the Haitian people in overcoming the devastating effects of poverty and developing the capacity to create a new future for themselves through a strong spiritual belief in God.  Mountain Community Fellowship contributes both financial and physical assistance to support Hope in the Light's
 mission of providing a responsible way for people with charitable hearts to spread the Gospel and help the poor of Haiti to a better life.
Members of our congregation and their families are, or have served in the mission field in Africa as well; meeting medical and spiritual needs among those living in some very difficult and dangerous situations.
Koehn Family

Karis Ann Koehn's parents, the late Paul White (a former elder at MCF) and her mother Carol Ann White, have been long-time members of our MCF family. Karis, her husband Robert, and their three sons, Daniel, Joseph, and Caleb live in Mozambique. They are a part of the Africa Inland Mission. They hop to strengthen the church and Christian community. Karis and Robert are also in leadership, and help to prepare new missionaries.

John Wesley and Christine Underwood

John Wesley grew up here in Eastern Kentucky, MCF is his home church. Christine is from Haiti. They are attending New Tribes Bible Institute where they hope to prepare for a life sharing the gospel. After completing schooling they will then praryerfully await the Lord's direction.
Here at home

At home, we have partnered with Johnson County Schools' Family Resource Centers for several years to supply the needs of students and their families during the holidays and during Readifest.  Community outreach involves partnering with area churches to support the Salvation Army Christmas Workshop for families in our community.