together we care!

In this season of COVID-19 and all of its implications on our lives, we are seeking to cultivate authentic and organic mission.  This season may not be marked by your participation in one of our normal Internationals in Memphis rhythms, but it is no less missional!  TOGETHER through our personal Gospel sharing, life group outreach, and generous giving, MISSION IS EXPANDING!


Click here to learn more about Together We Care and how you can be apart of caring for internationals in Memphis in this season.

INTERNATIONALS IN MEMPHIS ministry

We at ICC have a desire to see people from all nations come into relationship with Jesus.  We believe that God is building for Himself a kingdom composed of people from every tribe and language and recognize that God is bringing people from around the world here, even people from unreached people groups!  We are building meaningful friendships and communities where we share our lives and the gospel with internationals across our city including: students, refugees, and professionals in different contexts. There are a variety of opportunities to connect with internationals in our community. Below, discover how you can be involved in ICC’s outreach to internationals in Memphis this year.

Volunteer

We have various ways that you can volunteer with our outreach to internationals in Memphis as a church. Together we serve refugees, immigrant professionals, and international students through English practice, welcome events, and meeting immediate physical needs.  We desire to show them the love and welcome of Jesus in order that we might open Gospel doors through these relationships.


Click here to find out more on ICC's opportunities to serve internationals in Memphis and apply to volunteer!  Don’t hesitate to contact Lauren Vernon at lauren@iccmemphis.com with any questions.

learn

Jesus said, "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you."  We know that we are called to make disciples.  And this means to share the Gospel and then show new believers what it means to follow Christ.  The question is, what did Jesus command?  


Through The 9 Commands of Christ, we desire to equip our Internationals in Memphis volunteers and the church in making disciples who make disciples of all nations!  


We as a church are creatively engaging our immigrant neighbors, inviting them into friendship with us and ultimately, into a relationship with Jesus, and we want to do this together.


If you would like to learn more about this equipping resource for your Life Group or be trained in this material personally, please email Lauren Vernon.