May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you the same attitude of mind toward each other that Christ Jesus had, so that with one mind and one voice you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.
– Romans 15:5-6
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Executive Director
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Bake cookies – take lunch – get local gifts cards for…

Police stations, schools, hospitals, courthouse, post office, etc.

Yard/house work for neighbors…especially elderly, widows, single moms

Senior Centers

Jail/prison ministry

Mission Organizations – search online and find ones you are drawn to! Pray over missionaries, write letters, help meet their needs. Scroll down to find out more about who we are currently connected to.


Beaver, PA
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The Four Mile Church food bank is open every second and fourth Saturday of the month, from 10AM – NOON.
Four Mile maintains a food bank on the lower level of the church which is available to anyone in our church family and/or our community. It is stocked with non-perishable food items and paper products, personal hygiene items, and cleaning items through donations. The Food Bank is open the second and fourth Saturday of the month, from 10:00 am to noon.


Midland, PA
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There is a small town at the border of Pennsylvania and Ohio named Midland, PA. It is a town much like other formerly great towns which thrived due to the steel industry, and felt the sharp sting of joblessness as that same industry died. It is a town afflicted with poverty, broken homes, and dreams of better days. Yet, it is not a town of hopelessness.

Four Mile, started making some connections with the leaders of this town located just down the road from our own. It was then that God started putting on our hearts a desire to reach out to and extend our support to this community. The reality was that while not far in distance, our communities were starkly different in resources. So, it began with a work day renovating a playground, and led to other such community partnerships as planting flowers with the West End Renaissance Committee and being a part of community events.

It was then that God put on Pastor Martin’s and our church’s hearts a definitive call to become a permanent part of this awesome community. As we prayed about it, God made it all so clear.

Our mission is to equip and empower generations, but we know we cannot do that alone. Therefore one of our greatest efforts has been pursuing partnerships within the community and with other organizations and individuals, such as the Midland Borough, Midland schools, YMCA, Boy Scouts, Job Training for Beaver County, local churches, and residents. For us, this is one of the most exciting parts of what God is doing through The Center- working together with others to tap into the vast potential of these kids and adults that just needs a little support and encouragement to thrive.


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Barahona (Batey Central), Dominican Republic – with Hearts for Dominican. To learn more check them out at
Hearts for Dominican is a Mission supporting Pastor Wilkyns Chal Bautista. Batey Central is  a slum area located within the city limits of Barahona DR.  Batey Central’s population is made up primarily of Haitian immigrants or people of Haitian descent, many of whom have no citizenship and are thus not entitled to education, medical treatment and other public services. 
With Wilkyns vision a school was constructed here in 2011 through the help of Mt. Vernon church in Mississippi.  Children in this school do not have citizenship or any documentation that would allow them to attend government sponsored schools.
Four Mile will partner with Wilkyns and perform much needed building projects for his school and provide sponsorship to the children of the school through his organization – Children of Hope.
Our hope and desire is to develop a deep lasting relationship with the community of Batey Central and to work with Wilkyns as he fulfills the vision God has given him to work in this area.
SPRING 2021: