The Christian and Missionary Alliance was born in New York City more than one hundred years ago for the purpose of telling the story of Christ to people who had never heard it before, and helping them establish communities of faith.  The first five workers were sent from a very small congregation at 260 West 44th Street to the Belgian Congo in 1884.  Since then the C&MA’s influence has been felt in eighty-one nations on five continents. Disciple making and church planting are core parts of the C&MA strategy worldwide. Every two minutes... READ MORE

Acts 1:8: “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem (M-1), and in all Judea and Samaria (M-2), and to the ends... READ MORE

It is the task of every local church to reach out to the local community within its influence.  This is best done when the church has identified... READ MORE

Strolling down memory lane and unearthing the archives, we will discover that The Christian & Missionary Alliance’s history began in the city.  It was in 1874 that A.B. Simpson (C&MA founder) was filled with the Holy Spirit....READ MORE

Jesus commissioned us to live on mission as a lifestyle.  We do this in our local community (M-1), in urban regions and to immigrant communities (M-2), and to the “ends of the earth” (M-3)....READ MORE