Calvary Chapel Saint Paul supports the following ministries:

Middle East:

In Africa:


E-mail CCSP missions questions: ccsp@ccsaintpaul.org

Round Up for Missions!

You know “Change for Missions,” where we encourage you to donate your change from everyday purchases to give to the missions we support. Now, we would like to introduce you to “Round Up for Missions!” Using recently-developed technology, you can now round up all your purchases with your debit and credit cards to the nearest dollar – and have the change donated automatically to CCSP’s supported missions!

We are working with an app called Gyve – a “generosity platform” created by a Midwestern church – that makes it easy to support our worldwide missions. Download the Gyve app on your mobile device through iTunes or the Google Play Store, and you can instruct Gyve to round up all of your purchases, or just purchases made with a specific card/account if you so choose. Through this program, you can be set up in no time, and Round Up for Missions!

Gyve Logo

See more about the process on Gyve’s website, and in the video below. When you create an account, search for Calvary Chapel Saint Paul as the charity.

This is Round Up for Missions – ANY money sent through Gyve to CCSP will only go toward missions. We encourage you to give to missions above and beyond your regular tithe to the church. If you don’t regularly donate to any special offerings for world missions, the Gyve app could be a great first step to ease into going above and beyond your current giving. Donations contributed through Gyve are tax deductible, just like all of your other contributions to Calvary Chapel Saint Paul.

Create an account and download the apps HERE (App links at the bottom of the page)

Give directly using the Gyve CCSP site

See more info on Gyve’s website

For a demonstration of the sign-up process, see the video below. We are excited to see you participate in Round Up for Missions!

Vision for CCSP Missions

Missions: Reconciling Men and Women to God

“The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Therefore, beseech the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into His harvest.” (Matthew 9:37 & 38)

“All authority has been given to Me in Heaven and on earth. Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always even to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:18-20)

With these words Jesus initiated the disciples to spread the gospel throughout the world. That call continues today, in every believer in some form or another.

“Missions” is the response of the church to the non-believing world. It is a gift in that God uses His people to spread the gospel to a needy world, one that is lost without Him. The body of Christ is more diverse than ever before, thus leaving much opportunity for creative evangelism, discipleship, and the furthering of the gospel of Christ. “Missions” is not just witnessing but includes all kinds of gifts that are in the church.

It is the collective response of the church to meet the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of their community and the world. First and utmost by prayer, but also by financial support, and by whatever support ministries God ordains in the church.

God calls us individually to be active in His plans. It is the individual’s responsibility to determine what God wants to do in their life. To pray, to give (money, energy, time, etc.), and to go out “into the field”.

We are all vital to the body of Christ. Each of us have been placed strategically in order that God can receive the most glory.

“For even as the body is one and yet has many members, and all the members of the body, though they are many, are one body, so also is Christ.” (I Corinthians 12:12)

The vision for our church, specifically, is to support foreign and local missionaries with both prayer and financial means where possible. We will be hearing from them on a regular basis through letters and visits. It will be the responsibility of individuals within our church to commit themselves in this way (prayer, giving, writing letters, etc.).

Another part of our vision is to have ministries emerging from our church. These ministries will differ greatly according to what field they are in. As the church grows, so will opportunity for ministries functioning already and more to come, as the Lord directs.

For more information and insight into Calvary Chapel Saint Paul’s vision for supporting missions, read “Serving as Senders” by Neal Pirolo. The book can be found at the Emmaus Road International website.

Jesus said,

“Peace be with you! As the Father has sent me, I am sending you.” -John 20:21