Carrying the good news of Jesus Christ across our city and worldwide
In Acts 1:8, Jesus told his disciples, “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you. And you will be my witnesses, telling people about me everywhere—in Jerusalem, throughout Judea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” He urged them to be witnesses of the Gospel locally in Jerusalem, regionally in Samaria and globally, to the ends of the earth. As followers of Christ, we carry on this tradition today.


We don’t have to look outside our community, our neighborhood or even our own household to find people we can serve. Local missions begin when Christ-followers take a meal to a sick friend, babysit for a single mom, tutor a fatherless child or stand by an addicted relative.
It’s because of our love for our community that we started our local outreach ministry, Joshua’s Place. Since 2008, Joshua’s Place has been helping our neighbors break the negative cycle of generational poverty. Today we impact more than 1,000 lives each month through the work of 250+ volunteers.
Beyond Joshua’s Place, we have developed partnerships will local schools and organizations to be a church that is for our community. For more information about #ForCincy, check out www.forcincy.com.


We partner with multiple organizations to see the Gospel preached around the world. When we serve outside our borders, it has a way of taking us out of our comfort zone and a step closer to fulfilling our call to go and make disciples of all nations. Together with international organizations, we are making a lasting impact in the communities we serve.


Saying yes to missions won’t just change others — it’ll change you, too. Mission trips transform the people who go as much as they help the people we serve. Seeing God work around the world will expand your understanding of who He is, how much He loves you, and the power of the Gospel.



November 10th-16th

Cost: $1800 per person

This trip is designed for adults 18 and older to complete construction and repair projects in children’s academies while classes are out of session. Cost includes flights, lodging, meals (excluding a few travel meals), and 1 carry-on item.


Anyone is welcome to apply for a trip, but applicants from the Rivers Crossing family will be given priority.

Yes. All team members must have a current passport to enter Guatemala or Mexico.

Our team will reach out to you within a couple days of receiving your application.

Please visit the CDC website for the country you are traveling to and consult your medical doctor to determine what vaccinations you will need.

Rivers Crossing does not offer scholarships or sponsorships, but we do offer ways to help you fundraise.

Absolutely, Close to 90 percent of participants raise money to cover the cost of their trip.

Your spot is not guaranteed until you submit your application and a $250 non-refundable deposit.

No, while it will be helpful for you, in no way do is that an expectation. Most of our team members no habla espanol.

Still have questions?
Contact Johnny McHue, Director of Missions