At Wichita First Church of the Nazarene we recognize the world is in need of hope. We want to be part of the solution! Whether it’s raising money for clean water in Africa by running a 5k or traveling to another country to share God’s love, you can be involved!

Check out the upcoming trips and events below to learn how you can be a part of what God is doing around the world and across the street.


Dominican Republic Work & Witness. April 27-May 5, 2019 led by Clay Dirks. Construction and other support of the Genesis project, which trains missionaries for urban evangelism. Approximate cost: $1,400.00 per person

Kids Kansas City, MO.  May 30-June 3, 2019 led by Pastor Paul & Angie Meinke

Area51, NYC GO.  July 2019 led by Pastor Larry Page

Guatemala JESUS Film Harvest Partners. July 18-24, 2019 led by Greg & Peggy Hephner. Deliver equipment and work hand-in-hand with a JESUS Film team on the field. Activities include helping with JESUS Film showings, VBS, compassionate ministries, and other outreach activities. Approximate cost: $1275.00 per person.

Honduras Work & Witness, late fall 2019 (details to be announced).

*Trip costs include transportation, lodging, meals and most travel fees. Prices are approximate due to fluctuating travel costs.

**for more information stop by the Missions kiosk in the lobby or contact the church office at (316) 858-1400.


Clean Water 5k run/walk, Saturday, March 23, 2019 Run, walk, or cheer at this fun event to raise funds and awareness for the NCM Clean Water Project. We can make a big difference for an entire community in West Africa. Register at

Habitat for Humanity Project, September 2019 Meet in our own church parking lot to help build a house for someone in our community. We can make a big difference for a family right here in Wichita. More information coming soon!



PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE: The story of Work & Witness trips at Wichita First Church of the Nazarene

LEGACY: How work & witness began (5:55)

TODAY: Ongoing work & witness efforts (4:36)


FUTURE: Work & witness in the next generation (3:17)