About the offering
The North American Mission Board (NAMB) and its missionaries serve a diverse and complex region.
- United States, Canada and U.S. territories of Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa
- 363 million people
- 350 languages
- 14+ religions
- 273 million estimated lost
Many North American cities could reasonably be called preChristian. In the midst of this, God is bringing the nations to our shores and offering unprecedented opportunities for the gospel.
Your prayers and gifts to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering provide support for more than 5,000 NAMB missionaries. These men and women are planting new churches in unreached communities and reaching out to meet needs through compassion ministries. Every day, lives are being impacted and transformed.
The needs are great, but the living hope of Christ is greater. Thank you for reaching out with hope to your own community and for your passionate support for North American Missions.
About Annie Armstrong
The offering is named after Annie Armstrong (1850-1938). Annie was born in Baltimore at a time when women were not expected to lead. She served, challenged churches to action and rallied support for missionaries. Ultimately, she was recognized as a national Southern Baptist trailblazer renowned for visionary missions leadership.
CLICK HERE to read a brief biography about Annie and her amazing ministry.
CLICK HERE to read highlights of her ministry.
How to give
Our church is seeking to raise at least $2,500 for this year’s Annie Armstrong Easter Offering (AAEO).
- Offering collection dates: Sundays, March 17 – April 14
- How to give:
- Use a special AAEO offering envelop provided at the worship gathering. Write your check out to “Metanoia Church” with “Annie Armstrong Offering” in the memo.
- Or, give online using the PayPal link below.