Sojourn East strives to mobilize the entire church to be on mission, whether it is in St. Matthews, Greater Louisville, the U.S., or the world. Our desire is to be church that makes disciples of the nations wherever we are.
Sojourn New Albany seeks to send, partner with, and care for our missionaries in a way that brings glory to God and expands the Kingdom. The core of what we do globally is to multiply disciples and churches in places and among people that need the gospel.
Sojourn Midtown, set in the urban core of Louisville, is committed to sending out our people to the unreached and forgotten places of the world, as well as engaging internationals in our own community. Take a moment and find out more about missions at Sojourn Midtown.
Sojourn J-Town seeks to multiply disciples here, near, and far. We offer ways to engage the lost locally as well as globally.
12 teams in 12 cities by 2025
We are four interdependant churches who share the same vision, to send 12 long-term teams to multiply disciples and churches in 12 cities around the world.
Each church in the collective plays a unique yet essential role in seeing the vision fulfilled. We are committed to one another and to seeing the glory of God known among the unreached and forgotten.
School of Missions
School of Missions is birthed out of the vision to see the local church at the center of raising up and sending out its own wave of gospel-centered missionaries.
This weekly cohort-based development program lasts 8 months and is focused on helping people explore and be prepared to be sent as cross-cultural missionaries. Any Sojourn member seeking to be sent as a cross-cultural missionary must complete School of Missions.
Applications are due August 15 and the session begins on September 8.