World Missions

Where can you see our heart?

World Missions are the heartbeat of the Assemblies of God and this church's primary focus.  We have help to build churches and continue to support missions around the globe.  Arlington Assembly has touched 5 continents and over 20 countries in some way.  Enjoy the sections below for short descriptions and pictures from our journeys.

Motovylivka, Ukraine

A Calling from God

The idea for this church came to Pastor Neubauer in a vision from the Lord during a hospital stay.  He told us it came down from the ceiling like a TV showing him the church.  From the hospital, he called a friend and asked if he knew anyone in Ukraine that needed help building a church.  His friend put him in contact with Pastor Sasha.  The House of Prayer had been gifted land but didn't know how to build a church or the funds for it.  But GOD!  Ukraine during that time was filled with rules and governess of the former Soviet Union.  Not too long after Pastor Neubauer got home from the hospital, the epic end of Soviet rule came and the walls fell.  So, in faith believing, Pastor Neubauer led the way into Ukraine.  Our church members met their church members and went to work building the House of Prayer. Through many travels back and forth, Arlington Assembly gifted of their physical labor and finances to build the beautiful House of Prayer church, House of Joy orphanage and House of Joy Pensioner's home.  (There is a short film on this page along with pictures thorughout the years.  Please enjoy.  We know you will fall in love with Ukraine as we did.)

A dream and a gift

This video was created for their 25th anniversary celebration.  Watch and enjoy!

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Eleme, a small village in Nigeria

Hunger & Thirst In so many ways!

This small village is where several of our church members were raised.  Nigeria is a commonwealth country, however, due to corruption in the highest levels of government, the money coming from the commonwealth is not reaching the people in villages all over Africa.  They hunger first for the word of God!  But they also thirst for survival.  Pastor Neubauer's giving heart volunteered to jump in and help.  He became the first caucasian village chief to be elected.  Many projects and visits continue to help provide food, clean water, school books and supplies and so much more.  Please take a moment to enjoy pictures from our trips.