Center for Missions in the Philippines
About This Mission Project
For 20 years, Companion With the Poor (CWTP) has envisioned a Center for Missions and Urban Spirituality in Metro-Manila. In 2003, land was donated and a small building with a multi-purpose area was built as part of the first phase. This project begins Phase 2: building a dormitory for some of the single CWTP missionaries, providing office space and improving the multi-purpose area for worship and training. This project will allow CWTP to continue to house and train new workers during its six-month program.
- $50 will provide permanent housing for one missionary for a month.
- $125 builds a permanent pantry and provides a storage area for 10 missionaries for a month.
- $150 pays for temporary lounge and office space or conference areas for a month.
- $200 provides permanent kitchen facilities for 10 missionaries for a month.
Mission Project Specifics
This project seeks to raise $52,500 to build the dormitory addition for CWTP’s Missions Center for Christian Formation in Metro Manila in the Philippines.
This project will be managed by IM Associate Missionary Paul Rollet, CWTP Executive Director Don Reyes and CWTP Training Director Winston Pinzon.
It is anticipated that this project will help CWTP accomplish Phase 2 of development for its Center for Missions and Urban Spirituality in Metro-Manila. Beyond a financial contribution, CWTP asks for prayers that the long term goal and impact of this project may be accomplished!
Connect to This Mission Project
- Please pray with Paul Rollet, Don Reyes, Winston Pinzon and CWTP that they may effectively train 5–10 new missionaries annually and realize their vision for the Center for Urban Spirituality.
- Your donations make this mission project possible.
- To donate by check, write Philippines/CWTP/Rollet on the memo line and mail to International Ministries, PO Box 851, Valley Forge, PA 19482-0851.
- Share this information with others in your community and in your church family.
- For more information, contact Chris Marziale.
This picture shows the current site of the Center for Urban Spirituality with a drawing of the building proposed for Phase 2 of the project. CWTP trains 5–10 missionaries annually who plant churches in poor urban neighborhoods. Each church plant has a church building, preschool and economic development project and also provides medical services for the poor.