Serve in the World

Knox's Global Mission Partners

"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”


CareLink is a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing human suffering and helping families achieve their full human potential in Honduras. We help families by providing access to life-transforming microfinance loans and providing free water filters to individuals without access to clean safe water.
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Dakota Partnership

This independent mission grew from Knox’s connection to churches in the Dakota Presbytery in South Dakota. Knox supports this mission with contributions that go to improve life situations of Native Americans of the Dakotas and Montana. In addition, Knox supports an annual family mission trip to Sisseton, South Dakota where we participate in various building projects and mentor local children through a Vacation Bible School program. Our Angel Tree Christmas Gifts make the holiday special for many children on the reservation. We also have a collection bin available twice yearly for special donations of essential items.
For more information, contact Julie Mildrum and visit the Dakota Partnership page .

Presbyterian Mission Agency

The Presbyterian Mission Agency is the ministry and mission agency of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). In more than 50 countries around the world, we partner with local churches and faith communities bound by our fundamental unity in our Lord Jesus. This mission brings together U.S. congregations and mid-councils with our brothers and sisters in Christ around the world. The PMA believes that doing mission in partnership broadens our awareness of how interconnected God’s mission is at the local, national and global levels.
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Scott Moreau Fund 

In 1991, once Scott Moreau returned to Naperville after teaching at the
Nairobi International School of Theology, Knox set up a Fund in his name.
The goal of the Scott Moreau Pastors Education Fund is to support African
students becoming Christian leaders in Africa. These students are struggling financially and without help would not have been able to continue their studies. Although, in the meantime, the name of the school has changed to International Leadership University, the objective of the Fund remains the same. It was with great joy to have several students come to Knox over the years to thank the congregation for their support.
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South Sudan Voices of Hope

Knox supports South Sudan Voices of Hope (SSVH). SSVH is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded by Knox member Kenneth Elisapana. Kenneth was born in the village of Jambo in South Sudan; after the loss of his father, he eventually left his homeland in search of a better life. After spending seven years in the UK, Kenneth came to the USA in 1999, where he earned both a BA and an MPA. SSVH works to bring hope to the people of South Sudan, many of whom deal with extreme poverty, violence, and dislocation.
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World Relief

Knox partners with World Relief Chicago, supporting their work of care and compassion to refugees and asylum-seekers displaced in the Chicago area.
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Wycliffe Bible Translators

Knox partners with Jake and Gina Anderson, Wycliffe Bible Translators. Jake and Gina, along with their 4 kids, live on the edge of the Amazon. Jake is a pilot who regularly flies into remote Amazon villages to transport missionary doctors and Wycliffe Bible translators to provide Bibles in the native tribal languages. Jake and Gina have made a 20-year commitment to this vital work of spreading God’s love.
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Rev. Dr. David Bruner

C o-Pastor