• Caitlin Kerr

    alliance international worker

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    Caitlin has grown up at Lancaster Alliance Church and during her middle school years felt God's calling to serve in international missions. She is a graduate of Nyack College and in January 2016 began serving a two year apprenticeship with the C&MA in Stung Treng and Phnom Penh, Cambodia. In 2017 she moved to Phnom Penh, with study of Khmer language, teaching English classes, and leading Bible studies for Cambodian youth and building relationships to win others to Christ. Upon completion of her two year apprenticeship and some further study, she returned o Phnom Penh in December 2018, as a full time international worker supported by the Great Commission Fund of the of the Alliance.  

  • ANA



    Ana, a native of Lancaster County, attended Pensacola Christian University. She has served with the staff of Envision in Colorado Springs and at Alliance Redwoods Camp in California as an outdoor instructor. Following two years as a Spanish teacher at Lititz Christian School, she was commissioned as an International Worker to North and Central Asia in 2017. Ana will join a team already in place in a creative access country, studying the local language, teaching English and building relationships with young adults, with the goal of engaging them as Christ followers.





    Kelly has grown up at Lancaster Alliance Church where she developed a love for missions through our annual Global Impact Festival. In 2017, she traveled to Germany where she spent six months serving with Alliance workers ministering to Syrian refugees in Berlin. During that time she was invited to consider a full time position using her accounting skills in Indonesia. Kelly departed for a four year term with the Alliance in Indonesia in July of 2018, and is engaged in language study and cultural adaptation, before beginning her vocational role in early 2019.  



    Mike and Lyn Holden, with children Samuel and Kate, serve as middle and high school teachers at the International Community School in Bangkok, Thailand.



    Roy and Carol have served with the C&MA as missionaries to Thailand and Ecuador. Roy has also served at the Alliance Headquarters as Director for Missionary Candidates. The Johnstons provided counseling, care, and support for Alliance missionaries in many parts of the world through, local, on site, and internet counseling, as well as participating in conferences and field forums. They are self supported and serve by invitation of other mission organizations.

  • Alex & Sallie Turoczi


    Trans World Radio

    Alex and Sallie Turoczi served for 42 years with Trans World Radio. They currently reside in New Holland and limited travel promoting the ministry of TWR. Sallie teaches Bible studies and speaks at women's conferences and Alex gives leadership to the Ethnic America Network.

  • Dr. Martin & Jeanette Windle

    BCM International

    Marty serves as president of BCM International based in Lancaster, PA. An internationally recognized author with more than a dozen books in print, Jeanette is editor of BCM World, BCM's new magazine, and continues to work with developing Christian writers around the world. Both travel extensively and between them have ministered in more than 30 countries.

    Bible Central Ministries International (founded originally in 1936 as the Bible Club Movement) is a global non-denominational ministry dedicated to reaching children and developing churches worldwide. BCM has more than 780 missionaries and   thousands of volunteers serving in over 50 countries across five continents.

  • Jamie & Amanda

    Middle East

    Jamie and Amanda are facilitating reproducing groups studying God's word as a way to see movements of people coming to know Jesus. They are working among multiple people groups, including refugees and IDP's from within and surrounding areas. 

  • Bob & Sharon Cook

    Empower Hope

    Bob and Sharon Cook, long time members of LAC, are the   founders of Empower Hope, with the vision of "A Face for the   Invisible" in Kenya, East Africa. Their unique mission is to equip one generation to empower the next by giving them a hand up, not a hand out. Through training indigenous leaders to   empower vulnerable children and young adults, they are   helping to break the cycle of poverty and creating a new path   of purpose for many young people in Kenya. The Cooks make several trips a year to Kenya to support and encourage the Kenyan team carrying out their mission. To learn more go to www.empowerhope.org or talk to the Cooks!


IN 2019

WOL Hungary Team | June 21 through June 30, 2019

LAC Team to Green Mountains I June 28 through July 8, 2019

Thank you for praying for these teams as they travel and minister this summer. Financial gifts to send each of these teams may go through our website

For more information, contact Dot Milliken at dotmilliken@comcast.net



    Lancaster Alliance is teaming up with WOL Hungary for another summer missions outreach to children in Toalamas, Hungary. Under the leadership of Bill & Daureen Heffner, 14 participants will conduct a baseball camp, English classes, and participate in nightly meetings where children hear the Gospel message and respond to God's love. The team will also visit and minister to residents of a local personal care home. If you would like to support the team through specific prayer requests, please contact Bill Heffner at billh@ptd.net.


    This team will come alongside our Alliance worker, Ana B, in the Creative Access country where she is serving. Following our own Camp Connect experience at LAC, this team of 9 people will provide a similar experience for the children of Green Mountains. Through cooking, art projects, sports, and science projects, they will build relationships and provide a bridge for the Green Mountains team to share the Gospel with families in the region. 

Word of Life HUNGARY Team 2019 Video Summary