GoNow

A movement of college students who respond to God's call to the Great Commission

What is GoNow?

A movement of college students from the Summit who respond to God’s call to the Great Commission. They commit their summers, semesters, or two years of their lives after college to serve with one of our local, national, or international church plants.

What's unique about GoNow?

The Gospel changes everything.
GoNow teams are sent to be a part of the long-term work of Summit partners that is strategically focused on seeing the gospel go to places where it is not known.

The local church is God's "Plan A" for reaching the world.
Our summer, semester, and two-year teams are sent from the local church to plant and strengthen churches around the world.

People, not projects, are the mission.
We focus on relationships with people rather than accomplishing projects or tasks. Strategic projects are often necessary to gain the right to share the gospel; however, sharing Jesus with the unreached and equipping the local church is the primary goal.

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GoNow Programs

There is a place for you. Check out the various ways that you can get involved with GoNow.

City Project

A two-month, intensive discipleship and missional experience where students serve locally, nationally, and internationally.

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Second City

A two-month, intensive, international discipleship and missional experience.

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Semester Missions

An opportunity to serve alongside one of the Summit’s church planters or strategic partners around the world for a semester.

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City Life

An opportunity to serve alongside one of the Summit’s church planters or strategic partners around the world for a semester.

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Two-year Opportunities

Two-year opportunities are available for students to give their lives away in response to the gospel by joining the global mission of God locally, nationally, or internationally for two years after college graduation.

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