Missions & Outreach

Meadows is engaged in missions and community outreach locally and globally. Locally, Meadows is an official church partner with The Hub LV. Our congregations and Life Groups support and serve with many local organizations including the Women’s Resource Medical Center, The Hoving Home, Project 150, Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth, Olive Crest, Shade Tree, Opportunity Village, Three Square, and the Just One Project. Globally, Meadows has full-time missionaries serving in Mexico committed to sharing the Gospel and serving the people of the region. Meadows also contributes globally to missionary efforts in Cambodia and partners with Foursquare Missions International and Foursquare Disaster Relief around the world.


The Hub LV

Meadows partners with The Hub LV to serve our community as a church. The Hub LV's mission is to give everyone in Las Vegas access to a restored life by offering programs for the sexually exploited, homeless, and orphaned.  Our Meadows Life Groups love to work with The Hub LV as opportunities to serve, live and love like Jesus.

Women's Resource Medical Center

Meadows supports and raises funds for the Women's Resource Medical Center, a Las Vegas-based crisis pregnancy center, which provides information and prenatal care for parents.


Foursquare Disaster Relief

Foursquare Disaster Relief brings hope and healing to those most impacted by disaster, in the U.S. and the world. We partner with local churches in affected areas to supply food, water, shelter, and care long after the media have left.


Meadows alumni Scott and January Wilson have been serving the Lord in the Rosarito, Baja California Mexico area since 2016. They assist the National Missions Director and work alongside Foursquare Mexico as it develops a mission’s program that trains and equips the local Mexican church to engage and eventually send missionaries both nationally and internationally. They also serve as a connecting point for local Mexican pastors and U.S. churches who are interested in sending short-term teams to Northern Mexico. If you would like to hear more about what they are doing, you can sign up for their newsletter at wilsoncrosscultural@gmail.com.