Support Converge

When you give through Converge, you’re connected to Christ’s kingdom movement, where you can make an impact locally and globally.

There’s a great feeling of purpose, meaning and fulfillment in your life when you give to expand God’s kingdom across the street and around the world. Through your gift to Converge MidAmerica, you're connecting to something much bigger than yourself. Your gift gives someone an opportunity to accept Jesus.

Thank you for partnering with us to help people meet, know and follow Jesus by starting and strengthening churches together worldwide.

SEARCH OPPORTUNITIES

Starting churches

Hispanic ministries

MidAmerica ministries

Giving Opportunities

You are a key partner in accomplishing God’s mission. There are several ways for you to support those who are leading others to Jesus and being used by God to change lives.

Gifts to the benevolent fund enable assistance to arrive quickly for medical needs and family emergencies of our pastors.
Make a payment for your attendance at our biennial meeting.
Support Adam & Audrey as they continue to plant Redemption Church in Belvidere, IL.
Help Richard & Mandy plant a church in the Little Rock Metro area.
Celebrating the great things that God has done in our district.
Offering a matching Grant of $500,000 toward the building of 2 new full facility Lodges as part of Center Lake Bible Camp's Vision 20/20.
Center Lake Bible Camp and Retreat Center, established in 1956, provides camping and retreats for all ages.
Support Vinny & Jaimee Hall as they plant Christ City Church in the Central West End area of St. Louis, MO.
Support Nick and Hannah Brzozowski as they plant a church in Champaign, IL.
Support Josh and Cheri Gutteridge as they plant a church in Chicago, Illinois.

My relationship with Converge MidAmerica has been life-giving. They have empowered our church to strive towards being a healthy, biblically functioning body that is not only impacting our community, but linking arms with other churches to start and strengthen churches.

Shane Prewitt, Shiloh Community Church, MI