Our Vision

And the LORD answered me, and said, "Write the vision, and make it plainupon tables, that he may run that readeth it. For the vision is yet for anappointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, waitfor it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry". Habakkuk 2:2,3

Vision 2025


• Envisioned to construct multi-storied building for Sunday school hall.
• Committed to establish a Mission school in Church compound.
• Provision of free education to children of Christians in Mission school.
• Administer the school with Biblical base.
• Minister the Missionaries from the Church.
• Partake in Ministry with rural Churches.
• Construction of Prayer house.
• Position Church as one of tourist spots in Kota.
• Extend helping hand to Widows and Orphans.
• Establishment of Career counseling services for Youth.
• Arrange Music training and other technical training for Youth.
• Educate the Christian minority community about various govt. schemes for minorities.
• Institutionalize free coaching system for Christian students.
• Support Theological education to eligible and interested youth of the church.
• Organize spiritual and social camps time to time for all age groups of the congregation.

Our Mission

The Church of North India affirms that the Church is the Servant of God to carry on the mission rooted in Jesus Christ based on the Scriptures. The Church through her mission expresses solidarity with the broken communities for a new hope to face the challenges of life. The Cross continuous to be the sign of hope for the witnessing Church, which strives towards Unity, Peace and Reconciliation as a vibrant Channel of God.

EVANGELISM AND SPIRITUAL REVIVAL
(a) Spiritual revival within worshipping communities.
(b) Renewal Of Commitment for discipleship and evangelism.
(c) Inculcating a spirituality rooted in prayer, fasting, offering, reflection and action.

CONGREGATIONAL RENEWAL
(a)Locating the congregation at the center of missiological praxis(action and reflection) Ministerial formation of laity.
(b)Broadening the vision and mission of pastoral praxis towards service of the marginalized, oppressed and vulnerable.

RESTRUCTURING THE STRUCTURE
(a) Transparency accountability and responsibility.
(b) Devolutions of hierarchical power and authority.
(c) Financial accountability at all levels.
(d) Stewardship of resources including god's whole creation.

EDUCATION FOR LIBERATION AND SOCIAL INCLUSION
(a) Contextually relevant theological education for laity, clergy and Bishops.
(b) Value Based Education at all Levels.
(c) Strengthening Sunday school movement.
(d) Equipping youth for governance structure including civil services.

BUILDING COMMUNITIES OF HEALING AND RECONCILIATION
(a) Working with vulnerable communities: children, senior citizens, people with HIV/AIDS and differently abled person.
(b) Commitment to gender justice and overcoming violence.
(c) Women's Empowerment through self employment.
(d) Working towards health and healing for all.

PROTECTION OF LIFE AND LIVELIHOOD FOR THE FULLNESS OF LIFE
(a) Solidarity With Dalits, Adivasis and Tribal Communities.
(b) Strengthening Advocacy for Humane Structure, Human Rights and Minority Rights.
(c) Struggle for land, forest and water rights.