If you’re not familiar with Mozambique, it is a beautiful country in south eastern Africa that endures cycles of severe drought and devastating floods which hinder the country’s economic development.  As a result, it is one of the poorest countries in the world, ravaged by preventable diseases, poverty and widespread illiteracy. 

During this season of Covid, our teams are not able to travel to Mozambique or advance the work on the Health Center. Crossroads continues to bless our partners who are enduring the current drought resulting in food insecurity with some financial assistance. Thank you to those who make this possible through your giving!

Prayer Team for Mozambique  

On the first Sunday of each month, people from Crossroads and Mozambique gather via Zoom to pray for each of our countries and the world. Contact sue.neeley@xr.church to join us. 

May we be a river of blessing, as God accomplishes His purposes in Mozambique.

Mozambique Health Center

God working in Mozambique through Crossroads Church since 2009~

Jesus Christ has given us the best possible gift: a right relationship with God. In response to his grace, we are committed to spreading his Good News and doing good works, both locally and globally.

Our work in Mozambique is focused in the following areas:

Water– partner with Mozambicans in obtaining and sustaining access to clean water

Health– Training and treating local villagers; provided resources to build rural medical clinic

Education-Bethel Training Center provides a central location for training in many different areas for sustainable change in Mozambique

Evangelism– Sharing the gospel and supporting Mozambican evangelist and church planters.

Love– Meeting practical needs through compassion and care for those we meet

We are committed to sustainability in all these areas with the goal of promoting independence, not dependence. Each year we see visible results of the prayers, time and money dedicated to the work in Mozambique.


Would you like to be a part of how Crossroads is making a difference in Mozambique? You can:

Pray: Pray for the people of Mozambique. Consider fasting and praying for the unreached people groups living in the north. The Joshua Project

Go: Short-term teams travel to Mozambique to work in the areas clean water, health, and education, as well as evangelism.

Give: If you are prompted to donate to this work, you can give online here:  Give to Mozambique

If you would like more information or would just like to be kept up to date with what is happening in the Mozambique Connection, please email sue.neeley@xr.church or make a note on your Communicator Card during worship service.

Mozambique Highlights