Missions Outreach

Jesus told us, His disciples, to make disciples of all nations. One of the most important values of Community Baptist Church is our mission to the world. It begins in our own community, and spreads overseas to every nation.

Lewis and Sarah Carl
Status: Preparing
Field: Church Planting in NYC
Lewis and Sarah Carl, along with their daughter Amelia. 



Steve and Julia Griffin
Status: Dominican Republic
We believe the Lord has called us to spread the gospel to all men!  Each one of us has a distinct responsibility to share in the way God has gifted us. Just like in a typical U.S. church ministry, it takes many people to fill all the roles and needs of the church in the Dominican. Not everyone can be a Pastor, but we can all be missionaries!  Whether it is across the street or around the world, our duty as Christians remains the same.  With help from the Lord, His churches, and His people, we plan to teach the Dominicans about the Lord and His finished work on the cross!  We want to make a difference and show the love of Christ to a nation that needs the Lord.

Vitaliy and Anne Sokol
Status: Ukraine
Vitaliy & Anne Sokol live in a small village outside of Kiev, Ukraine. Vitaliy, a Chernobyl child, repented one night in a Ukrainian jail cell when he was a teenager, and his life changed from night to day–from drugs, alcohol, stealing and violence to purity, love, and growth in godliness. Soon he started studying in a Bible institute started by two Bible college graduates, and that’s how he met Anne, who’d come from the States to teach English. They’ve served together in Ukraine for over a decade and have four children: Skyla, Victoria, Andre and Una. Currently, Vitaliy pastors a church in Kiev and runs a rehabilitation center for alcohol and drug addicts in his village house. Evangelism, counseling, and preaching are main priorities of his ministry. Anne homeschools their children, speaks at ladies’ events, and she has been involved in starting a pro-life ministry in Kiev.

Closed Countries

We also support two missionary families serving in a closed country where it’s illegal to evangelize. Because of this, we cannot post their names or contact information online.