“And he said to them, “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation.” Mark 10:15
Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church recognizes that God calls all Christians to participate in the mission of His church. The Vestry of Christ the Redeemer has shown its commitment to this vision by dedicating a percentage of the annual budget, and all wills and bequests, to the outreach of Christ the Redeemer locally, regionally, and beyond. The outreach ministry is guided by the Executive Outreach Team (EOT) responsible to the Vestry for overall policy and financial decisions. This team works collaboratively across all staff, clergy and volunteer activities at CTR. Task Forces oversee and communicate with specific outreach projects, missions, or missionaries. If you are interested in connecting with our team that engages these partners, click below for more information. Below is a sampling of our supported partners.

Local Outreach Partners

Family Promise

A network of people who provide shelter, meals, job support and case management for homeless families.

Amirah House

Helping survivors of sexual exploitation find hope.

Straight Ahead Ministries

Straight Ahead Ministries exists to see Jesus Christ transform the lives of juvenile offenders.

Ministry to Vulnerable Children

Hagar's Sisters

Ending the cycle of domestic abuse through the transforming power of God.

Boston Fellows

A nine-month program for professionals seeking to cultivate the insights and spiritual habits necessary for meaningful vocation within a cohort of peers, spiritual leaders, and professional mentors through the local church.

International Outreach Partners

Anglican Relief and Development Fund

Strengthening communities by coming alongside the local church.

Uganda Christian University

An authentic Christian university founded by the Church of Uganda in 1997 to equip students for productive and holistic lives of Christian faith and service.

New Horizons Foundation in Romania

Ninos con Valor

Creating new cycles of hope for neglected children of Bolivia.