Mission Outreach

Missions have always been in the heart of Dr. Godfrey Sr., Dr. Ralph Jr. and New Life Temple Church. They have lead many ministers, ministries and people to various parts of the world to experience life in the mission field. We dedicate, as a church, funds, time, teachings and ministry to a variety of missionaries as well as orphanages, hospitals, schools and ministries. It is part of our purpose as a Church. 

The Missionary Ministry at New Life Temple Church is a three-fold ministry - foreign, local and educational and has provided over thirty years of service to the mission field in Haiti, India, Africa and locally in the Cincinnati area. It is the goal of the Missionary Ministry to reach "the lost, near and far" through the love of Jesus Christ.

It is our pleasure to bless those in need and further our efforts to make sure the Gospel of Christ reach the world. We encourage all to help in this assignment because God himself desires that the poor be cared for by those who have the means to do so. He says: 

 "If a man shuts his ears to the cry of the poor, he too will cry out and not be answered." 

For further information please contact: 

Melissa Baines



For the Son of man is come to save that which was lost. 

Matthew 18:11

One Mission we have supported for nearly 30 + years is Rhema International Ministries which is ran by the late Patricia Beall Gruits. Our partnership with Mrs. Gruits has helped to establish schools, churches, and even orphanages in Haiti.

If others would like to support this ministry please respond below to

Patricia Beall Gruits & Rhema International in Haiti@::

http:// rhemainternational.org


Currently, we support an orphanage ran by Leslie Joseph in India called Channels of Love. Channels of Love is a non-profit organization providing comprehensive rehabilitative care for children from abjectly poor and critically unsafe backgrounds, specifically those vulnerable to human trafficking, in rural North Karnataka.

The goals for Channels of Love is to protect children, to break them from cycles of poverty, violence and exploitation, to raise them as informed, civic-minded citizens is to guard the well-being of an entire generation - an entire nation.