Mission is a core part of who we are as a church. We desire to see the Great Commission fulfilled: every people, tribe, and tongue reached with the good news of Jesus in our lifetime. We believe that all members of the body of Christ are called to mission, proclaiming and demonstrating the gospel to the world in their own unique sphere of influence. It is our commitment as a church to see the nations of the earth impacted with the gospel and love of Jesus. There are a variety of ways for you to get involved in this mission through Antioch Church Boone!

Engage The Nations

This Summer, we are taking a short-term trip to Tijuana, Mexico. We will be partnering with a local church there to share the gospel on the streets and be a blessing to the people of the city. Tijuana is known as one of the most dangerous cities in the world so we are eager to share the life and the hope of Jesus with these people! The trip will take place from June 2nd - 8th. If you would like to give to this trip, click here.

Awaken: Spring Break Mission trip

Every year on Spring Break, our college ministry goes on a mission trip within the U.S. to share the gospel at another college campus. Every day of the trip consists of time with Jesus, worship, ministry, and teaching in the morning and then outreach in the afternoon. This allows students to not only share the hope of Jesus with others, but also to receive so much from Him as well. Stay tuned for our 2020 Awaken location!

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
— Matthew 28:19-20

The Antioch Movement

Antioch Church Boone is part of a larger movement known as the Antioch International Movement of Churches. This movement is a family of churches committed to Jesus and his purposes on the earth. We engage the lost all around the world through encountering God, evangelism and mission, church-planting, and discipleship. To learn more about the Antioch Movement, click here.