Ministries We Support
Church Without Walls, Berkeley is privileged to partner with organizations, Christians and other, around the world. Below is a list of ministries that CWOW supports, locally and internationally.
Faith Networks of the East Bay is a collaboration of Christian ministries, community-based organizations, individuals, businesses, educators and civic leaders mobilized to invest their time and other resources to improve the whole health of children and families of the East Bay. In Berkeley, Faith Networks is currently serving Longfellow Middle School, Rosa Parks Elementary School and Malcom X Elementary School.
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, USA purposes to see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed, and world changers developed. IVCF missionaries include Pauline Chen Fong, Christie Heller DeLeon, Jason Jensen, Wendy Hu-Au, Erina Kim, Sophia Nibungco, and Susie Veon.
Rebuilding Together is a national organization that organizes groups of local volunteers to repair homes for the seniors and people with disabilities.
Young Life (North Oakland, Berkeley, Albany) is a ministry to middle and high school students that partners with CWOW’s youth ministries in events and camps.
Little Flock Children’s Home in India serves orphaned children by providing shelter, food, medical treatment and educational opportunities. Each year, teams from various Bay Area churches (including CWOW) are sent to serve at the orphanage. Currently, Little Flock is home to 48 orphans who are cared for by year round by full-time house parents. Little Flock is overseen by director Viji Cammauf.
China Partners purposes to serve the church in China through outreach, mentoring and leadership development, and by facilitating outreach programs to Chinese students studying in the US.
Church Resource Ministries, Cambodia has established Sunrise, an AIDS hospice, for those who don’t have family to care for them after the local hospital has released them. Sunrise cares for the dying and helps to restore the strength of many HIV-positive patients to the point of that they are able to leave hospice care.
Viktor and Teresa Kostov work with Door of Hope in Bulgaria to reach out to displaced youth and strengthen the church. They also work as and advocate for the freedom of the church to gather, worship and witness in the rather anti-religious, post-communist Bulgarian social and political context.
Frontiers is a ministry to Muslim people around the world.
Interserve’s purpose is to make Jesus Christ known through wholistic ministry, in partnership with the global church, amongst the neediest peoples of Asia and the Arab World.
Triff Trifonov works with IFES Bulgaria to bring the Gospel to university students through the Bulgarian Christian Student Union.
The purpose of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Canada is to transform the lives of youth, students and graduates into committed followers of Jesus Christ with ministries at universities, high schools, and with youth at camps. IVCF-Canda missionaries include Donna Dong, National Director of Multi- Ethnic/Cultural Ministry; Sue Ellfeldt, Staff Development Specialist; Kathy Moll, Associate Director of Development; and Geri Rodman, President.