Current Projects

The board of RMS is presented with many ways to help missionaries and ministries around the globe in their efforts to share the good news of Christ with the lost. The board seeks and distributes monetary donations to those in need of different facilities. The money raised is then sent to a missionary or ministry for the purchase of property, materials, and labor to assist the local people in the construction of these facilities. RMS asks for accountability for the funds that are sent by requiring the missionary/ministry to submit receipts throughout the process. RMS will also send a representative to see the progress made on the project.  

Below is a list of projects we are currently raising funds for. You can join us in these efforts by donating today!  Please earmark your donations with the project name you wish to fund.  You can mail donations to 6607 Center Industrial Dr., Jenison, MI 49428, or online here, then select the project from the list. For our Canadian brothers and sisters, please submit your donations through URMA.


Cochabamba, Bolivia

Seminary

$6,250 has already been raised of the $20,000.00 needed to complete the building. Funds for windows and doors, plaster/stucco, paint, and flooring is needed. This amount includes money for labor as well.


Bhaktapur, Nepal

Seminary

Work on the first floor has begun. We are actively raising funds for the remaining 3 floors. See the full article about this project on page 8 of our newsletter! You can also watch a short video about this project! 

Los Cuadros, Costa Rica

Church and Parsonage

$120,000.00 is needed to construct a new church building and parsonage for the church located in Los Cuadros. This building would be built in a much safer area than where it is currently located. The new property offers more exposure in the city as well, pray that this location will have a great impact on those in the surrounding community.


Marvin Briceño (Pastor) and his two sons Harvin (preaching Elder) and Juan (Deacon) of the Los Cuadros Church are pictured here.

Challwhacocha, Peru

Roof and Floor

Funds are being raised to replace the earthen floor with a wooden floor and to improve the roof of this church in Peru. The cost for this project is $2,800 This is near the work we have done in HuacaHuasi.

Santa Marta, Colombia

Fellowship area on third floor

Funds are requested to help build a structure on the third floor for fellowship after the church services. It is an open-air structure with seating and a roof for shade. The cost of this project is $7,000.

Gonaives and Jeremie, HAITI

Churches

There are 50 congregations that meet outside through all types of weather conditions in these two regions of Haiti. Upon the recommendation of our partner Missionary, Dr. Neal Hegeman, RMS is beginning to raise funds to build churches for these congregations. Each building costs $20,000.00 to complete. This cost includes a concrete roof which is necessary to provide safety and stability during the hurricane seasons. There is a greater need now in the Jeremie/Les Cayes region to rebuild the churches destroyed by the recent earthquake.

Chupani, Peru

Church

This village is in the mountains of Peru. The congregation there is looking to build a new two-story structure in place of their current adobe building. In October of 2021, straight-line winds caused half of the roof to be ripped off the building. This has been repaired at present, however, not as well as it possibly could be. This is due to the fact that the building is constructed with adobe, and it is hard to fasten the timbers to mud blocks. It is their desire to have a building similar to the one built in HaucaHusai on a smaller scale. The foundation, columns, walls and the roof of the first floor costs $24,000.00 dollars. This does not include cost of finishes such as plaster coating and a wooden floor. 

Qelquena, Peru

Church

The brothers in Qelquena want a new church building similar to the HuacaHuasi construction. The foundation, columns, walls and first floor roof costs $ 24,000.00. This does not include the cost of finishes such as plaster coating and a wooden floor. This church is in a remote mountain village.