In June, 2000 Flagstaff Area Christians In Mission was the vision of a local group of pastors and church leaders, born out of much prayer. Their desire was to see the Church respond to the Great Commission (Matthew 28:16-20) across denominational lines. In September 2004 the group changed its name to FaithWorks to better represent the variety of member churches and our theological purpose.

FaithWorks was formed to unite the Christian community of Arizona and throughout the US in mission. FaithWorks provides significant opportunities for education, information, and practical mission experiences locally, nationally, and internationally.

FaithWorks is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization operated under the direction of a Board of Directors. Its Executive Director, Rev. Glen Allen, is both an ordained pastor and a licensed contractor in the state of Arizona.

To date, 20 cooperating churches and businesses have sent 3386 short-term missionaries to 199 different local, national, and international destinations including: Alaska, Mexico, Russia, and Tanzania.Project chuches and ministries have benefited by over $1,830,799 in services, labor, materials, and medicines.

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We roll with the changes! Even as the team roster changed several times in the days leading up to, the mission trip to the food bank was super-duper productive! Food was boxed, bulk food was repackaged, food boxes were assembled, parking lot re-striped and people were served! Thank you Lord!


This first time mission trip to the Abide House was a success, working hand-in-hand with the staff and residents there in Camp Verde! Cleaning, cooking and construction...& painting!

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