a CHURCH reaching this CITY to change our WORLD!
Nearly 2,000 years ago Jesus gave his first followers the command: “Go and make disciples of all nations…” (Matthew 28:18-20). Today, we are still fulfilling his desire. As a church in Davis, we believe our number one calling is to this city. People literally come from all over the world to this university town, and so we desire to be highly effective right here. As we impact our city and campus, we hope to send well-equipped individuals throughout our region, nation and world.
We encourage our people to serve in our own neighborhoods as well as partner with community organizations that serve various needs of our city.
We support several campus fellowship staff who invest in the UCD campus and students full-time.
Each summer we support many students as they participate in mission projects in the US and abroad. If you are insterested in applying for short-term support please fill out this form and submit it to email@example.com The deadline for 2018 applicaitions if Friday April 27th.
We support missionaries that take the good news of Jesus to the nations. Discovery has launched our global missions partnership with Danita’s Children/Hope For Haiti Orphanage in Ouanaminthe, Haiti. With an orphanage providing home for more than 100 children, a school providing education and food for more than 300 village children, and a new pediatric medical clinic that will provide pediatric care for the entire nation, this is a work of God that we feel He is calling Discovery to be a part of. READ MORE ABOUT HAITI PARTNERSHIP
Thirteen years ago Discovery was planted here in Davis, and now we partner to plant more churches that spread the love and message of Jesus Christ. We currently support two new churches: Redemption Church in Tucson, Arizona and Lighthouse Church in Long Island, New York.
For more information on how we support missions, or to request support, please Email our Missions Team. Are you campus staff or a missionary looking for support? Email our Missions Team and submit an application: