Global Missions

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations

Matthew 28:19

Church of the Servant’s desire is to fight poverty and injustice so lives are transformed. We work with trusted global partners that have a holistic approach to caring for people’s spiritual and physical needs.

Rise Against Hunger

Annual Church-Wide Meal Packaging Event

Rise Against Hunger is an organization, which gets food and life-saving aid to the world’s most vulnerable people, and works to end global hunger in our lifetime. Established in 1998, Rise Against Hunger has provided over 374 million meals in 74 countries. Rise Against Hunger is based in Raleigh, N.C., and operates throughout the U.S. and through affiliates in developing countries. Visit for more information.

Every day 30,000 people die of starvation. That is 1,250 people per hour, one person every 3 seconds. In 2010 Church Of The Servant partnered with Rise Against Hunger in the mission of ending global hunger! Members and friends of Servant have packaged 1,319,824 meals since then.

Rise Against Hunger has become a part of who we are at Church of the Servant. For many of us, it is our most favorite Sunday of the year. It is impacting and shaping our world, our church and our families in ways we could not have foreseen.

Our next Church-Wide Meal Packaging Event is on hold due to COVID-19.

We are always accepting tax-deductible donations for our next event. If you would like to make a donation today, please click on the MAKE A DONATION button below.

Kenya mission

"Update on Kenya" by Ann Knutson, Kenya Team Coordinator

We have tentatively scheduled dates for our next trip to Maua Methodist Hospital in Maua, Kenya for June 15 – July 1, 2023. Late in 2022, an information meeting will be scheduled for anyone interested. The trip cost is usually between $3,000-$3,300. This includes airfare, all hotels, meals, tips, etc. It does not include passport, visa, immunizations (all COVID vaccines and boosters are required by the hospital in Kenya), and spending money. For more information, please fill out the form below.

Dr. Jon Fielder, co-founder of African Mission Healthcare, recently spoke via Zoom from Nairobi to the OU Infectious Disease department. He gave a fascinating talk about some possible reasons why COVID has not affected as many people in most parts of Africa as had been feared. His presentation is very easy to understand and I hope you take a few minutes to listen to it. Maua Methodist Hospital has an ongoing relationship with AMH. For information about Kenya, please contact Ann Knutson at


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