about us


We exist to mobilize the body of Christ to demonstrate Christ's compassion through local churches for the advancement of the gospel!


We long to see the realization of the Great Commission in Christ's church made up of disciples from all nations, glorifying and delighting in God.

Who we are

RMS is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to service.  We seek to serve our member churches as well as their church planters, missionaries, and ministry partners.  We are committed to serving the body of believers in these churches both locally and throughout the world.  Above all, we desire to serve Christ in our efforts to advance the gospel message and see the fulfillment of the Great Commission.

We recognize that God has ordained the Church to be the one who sends people into the mission field.  Our desire is to partner with churches to be a mobilizer, preparing men and women to be sent.  It is our prayer that a bond will be created between those on the field and those who leave home to serve alongside them.  We hope that both will be mutually blessed through these opportunities of service.  It is also our prayer that through these opportunities, the Holy Spirit would foster a zeal and enthusiasm for missions and evangelism both on the mission field and at home.

what makes us unique

Our goal is not merely to come alongside churches or work independently from them.  RMS seeks to work through local churches for every service opportunity.  We desire to prepare church members as the body of Christ to be ready to serve by equipping them and providing opportunities to put their faith into practice.  As our teams serve, they do so as ambassadors for a local church so that they can point people to that church where God has promised to speak.  Lord-willing through the word preached in that church, they can hear the gospel proclaimed and come to saving faith in Jesus Christ.

RMS is also unique as it is itself overseen by a local consistory and is accountable to their elders.  We are currently under the oversight of the consistory of Trinity United Reformed Church (URCNA) in Visalia, California.