Partnerships are ECO’s solution to “not” building a centralized mission function.  ECO is fortunate to have strong relationships with three experienced  and well respected Presbyterian mission agencies.  They are prepared to help ECO congregations find  global partners to work with, make missionary connections, and even to help send your own members out into the world through full time mission work or short term trips.  Read about each of our partners and explore how they might help in the development of your global mission ministry:


The Outreach Foundation 

The mission of The Outreach Foundation is to engage Presbyterians and global partners in proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ. They seek to be a resource to congregations to help them catch a vision for the amazing things that God is doing around the world and to partner in it. Their priorities are to: build the capacity of global church partners; send and support missionaries; care for vulnerable children; expand support for mission; and transform lives through mission involvement. Learn more at theoutreachfoundation.org.


The Presbyterian Frontier Fellowship 

The Presbyterian Frontier Fellowship (PFF) works with Presbyterian congregations to help establish indigenous churches among unreached people groups and to find new places to be involved in frontier mission. PFF exists as a resource in helping churches create or enhance their vision for taking the gospel to all people groups in the world. They are driven by a two-fold vision — For Every People: An Indigenous Church and For Every Church: A Mission Vision. Learn more at pff.net.


The Antioch Partners

The Antioch Partners (TAP) is a missionary sending agency that partners with local Presbyterian churches in the U.S. to send out followers of Jesus to participate in God’s mission in the world. Those serving through TAP have been called by God to long-term, cross-cultural ministry and are engaged in many aspects of Kingdom work, including: evangelism, social justice, discipleship, supporting church-planting movements, leadership development, and business as mission. Learn more at theantiochpartners.org.