Mt. Pleasant is strongly committed to fulfilling Christ’s Great Commission to make disciples of all nations, as well as his Great Commandment to love our neighbors as ourselves. Because of this, we tithe as a congregation, 10% of what comes into our offering plate goes back out again through local, regional, and international mission efforts.

Choices Pregnancy Services


Mt. Pleasant has a longstanding history of supporting women and children, and places a high value on human life.  Choices Pregnancy Services offers women who face challenging life circumstances free pregnancy tests and sonograms, education on all options available to them, hope, and ongoing support.  In 2016 alone, Choices helped over 200 women make the decision to bring their child into the world despite their hardships.  Mt. Pleasant is proud to partner with Choices in this work for the Kingdom.

Mosaic Community Church

A church plant of the EPC in New Brighton, PA, Mosaic Community Church is led by Eric and Hope Prinkey. Mt Pleasant Church has supported them through funding, Bibles, and prayer support. Mosaic Community Church hosts community activities, provides meals to all, and holds Bible studies as they grow a new congregation of believers in Christ.

Betesda Church, Lepaterique, Honduras

For several years Mt. Pleasant mission teams have traveled to this remote city in Honduras to partner with our sister congregation in the tremendous ministry taking place there. We have been able to assist Pastor Omar and the Honduran church in their work of evangelizing their region by helping with building renovation and new construction, assisting in a feeding program, an educational program, and a job development program.


Mental Health Chaplaincy- Pastor Abbey Opal

Pastor Abbey leads a Bible study called “A Cafe” two Thursdays each month for those with mental illness in recovery. She focuses on counseling and inclusion, and offers seminars for the church community on current issues in mental health.


Milan and Renee Mrkonja, Overcomers in Christ

Located in Beaver County, Overcomers In Christ was established in 1989 as a 501C non-profit religious organization.  As an extension of the local church, their focus has always been to target addicts and their families with the life-changing message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Through preaching, teaching, weekly support group and one-on-one meetings,  Overcomers in Christ has and continues to come along side addicts and their families with the compassion, care and counsel of Jesus Christ. Overcomers In Christ has also held weekly services at the Beaver County Jail since 2000 as well as children/youth and adult services at the Linmar Community Center in Aliquippa since 2002.

“Whom the Son has set free shall be free indeed!”  (John 8:36)

Beth Knapp, Wycliffe Bible Translators

The Bible is a precious gift. It is God’s Word and it changes lives. We take for granted the blessing of having the Bible in our own language. Not everyone is blessed in this way. There are those who desperately need the scriptures, and Wycliffe Bible translators is a missions organization committed to seeing that they get them. We have partnered with Beth Knapp to help enable her to bring God’s Word to those living in Central Africa – Cameroon and the Central African Republic (among other places).

The Center at Midland- Jenn Miller

The Center at Midland offers services for community families, women, and children to include after school programs, summer camps, a clothing store, food bank, and more, all while sharing God’s Word in community life. More information can be found on their website at https://www.midland.center/.

Bill and Debby Bosley

Mt Pleasant has been part of the support team for Bill and Debby Bosley for decades. They served in Senegal, West Africa with New Tribes Mission, primarily through administrative responsibilities to help coordinate the mission work of many missionaries in that part of the world. This includes publishing materials, aiding in passports for missionaries, helping with medical needs (Debby is also a nurse), and a great variety of other responsibilities. Bill and Debby are now home based missionaries serving as translators and safety consultants with ETHNOS 360’s mission in Africa. 

Outdoor Immersions- Jim Skal

A local mission, Jim Skal works with active and discharged Veterans and their families using outdoor activities to create connections of friendship, moving them from isolation to community, and rebuilding resilience physically, mentally, and spiritually.

Child Evangelism Fellowship

Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) is a Bible-centered organization composed of born-again believers whose purpose is to evangelize to boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple) them in the Word of God and in the local church for Christian living.

Sierra Leone Project

Through the Presbytery of the Alleghenies: Edunations, this mission works to build schools and provide food and housing for children in Africa. More information can be found on their website: https://www.edunations.org/.




The Schmidt Family

Mt. Pleasant has partnered with the Schmidt family for several years, faithfully supporting their work.  They have recently transitioned to an area of the world where it is important to protect their identity due to the political climate of their host country.  For contact information, please reach out to a member of the Mobilization Team.






Communicycle is a ministry and bike program that collects used bikes and parts to provide a way for children and adults to earn a bike through volunteering.  The ministry seeks the glory of God through building kingdom relationships and reconciling our communities, all through the simple act of repairing bicycles. Repairs are performed at no cost and you can learn how to repair your own bike, or earn a bike through volunteering in your community.