Armstrong supports a wide variety of mission partners with opportunities for hands on work as well as financial support.  Mission partners include organizations at a local, national and global level.  There are also ways to serve your Armstrong family.


CITY GOSPEL MISSION: Serving Greater Cincinnati's homeless and poor move from poverty to productivity.  Parent organization for Whiz Kids.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY IN MADISONVILLE: Building simple, decent, affordable houses in partnership with those who lack adequate shelter.

 INTERFAITH HOSPITALITY NETWORK: Provides shelter, food and counseling for homeless families.

INTERPARISH MINISTRIES: Help people overcome poverty through emergency financial assistance, a food pantry, and other outreach efforts.

MADISONVILLE EDUCATION ASSISTANCE CENTER (MEAC): Provides assistance so that area residents in need become self-sufficient, including, but not limited to, life skills training, mentoring, shelter, clothing, and a food pantry.

 STATE AVENUE UMC: United Methodist Church in Lower Price Hill.


CAMPUS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST - Sara Nuemann Covel: Campus ministries in Indianapolis.  Sara was a student in Vertical Impact.

GOOD WORKS, INC:  Rural homeless shelter and transitional housing in Athens, Ohio.

INTERVARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP - Gretchen Perry Greenawalt: Campus ministries in Pennsylvania.  Gretchen is a member of Armstrong Chapel.


RAISE Jamaica: Mission work in Jamaica.

HAITI: Mission work in Haiti. In October 2013 a dozen members of Armstrong traveled to Haiti to provide medical assistance and general work.

UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief): Relief efforts in US and abroad.