Go therefore and make disciples of all nations.

Matthew 28:19

The purpose of world missions is to reach the spiritually lost throughout the world with the message of Christ’s love. At First Assembly Memphis, we want our service to have a global perspective. We recognize that not all can go, but it is our goal to support those who God has equipped and led to other parts of the world. Through our giving and short-term missions trips, we aim to serve and train believers around the world so that all nations can hear the good news of Jesus Christ.

2022 mission trips

Camp Jackson
Goodlettsville, TN

A men's construction trip to Camp Jackson will take place March 6-12, 2022. The focus of this trip is to do light construction on the campground. Open to men. No Cost.

Home Missions
Scottsville, KY

All church home missions trip to Scottsville, KY on July 25-28, 2022. We will be partnering with First Assembly in Scottsville to hold VBS format Childrens ministry. Open to all. Cost is $500.

MAPS Construction Trip
Puerto Rico


Church Plants

Since 1996, we have funded the total construction 1 pastoral training center and 7 churches around the world. Through these facilities, the Gospel is being proclaimed and pastors are being trained to share the love of Jesus with the lost. We are excited to continue to see how God uses these churches and this training center to bring the message of salvation to cities, towns and villages around the world!
Benin, West Africa
Myanmar (Burma)

Missionary Support

As a church, we currently financially support 92 missionaries serving throughout the United States and in countries around the world. Your financial support helps provide resources, materials and money for basic needs for missionaries working to advance the Gospel.

Int'l Missions Highlight

Bobby & Lindsey Clayton

Serving in Mongolia
Asia Pacific

US Missions Highlight

Hope & Richard Stewart

Serving in US Missions
Native American Ministries

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Serve the Kingdom on our upcoming mission trip to Scottsville, KY

Not all of our mission trips require a passport. In some cases there are needs in impoverished areas of the United States. Our next trip will take us to Scottsville, Kentucky on November 1-3, 2019.

Our Journeys