URBAN MISSIONARY

 

Hello and thank you for taking time to learn more and to consider investing in our Urban Missionary Project.  We believe that with your help and others within the body of Christ, this project will help ensure the success of The Rally church plant and beyond.  The Urban Missionary Project is very similar to the support of missionaries around the world.  We believe some who were called to plant this church, are to take on the mindset of a missionary, giving all their time, energy and focus to serving the mission as if they were in different parts of the world as a world missionary.  The Urban Missionary is one who has been called to the cities of America.

Please watch the video below, as well as read through our current urban missionaries’ bios.  To give immediately, please see the bottom of this page or go to the donate tap and click “donate.”  If you have any questions, please emails us at info@therallychatt.com. Thank you and God bless.


Pastors Amanda & Ryan Alldaffer

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In 2014, Amanda was praying and she heard the phrase “Urban Missionary” in her heart.  She sought the Lord and He began to reveal His plan for us to have a heart and lifestyle of ministry.  Since then, we have made every effort to adjust our mindset to see the mission come to pass at all costs.

When we planted the church in 2016, we knew it was time to begin reaching out to friends, family, business relationships, churches and alike to seek monthly, financial partnership.  We are approaching this church plant in Chattanooga, as if we were missionaries on the mission field and raising support in like manner.  It has definitely been a step of faith, but God has been faithful to be true to His word.

Thank you for partnering with us.  I look forward to sharing with you the faithfulness of God with your participation in this mission.  Have a wonderful day.

Blessings,

Pastors Amanda & Ryan Alldaffer


Pastors Gretta & Aaron Bosch

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In May of 2016, my wife Gretta and I moved from Dallas, TX to Chattanooga, TN to be a part of a church plant that God called us to. It is our desire to invest all of our time and energy full-time into this mission field, in obedience to Him. As I am transitioning from my full-time job here into full-time Urban Missionary work, Gretta and I cannot do it alone. As Associate Pastors, we head up our Life Groups, which are one of the most vital ministries in our church. I am also responsible for the managerial side of taking care of our building, including new projects, renovations, and the overall maintenance of the church. With a full-time job plus these responsibilities, it is now becoming more difficult to be able for us to invest 100% of our time into the work God has called us to.

Amidst the challenges of church planting, building from the ground up, and responding to God’s word for us, we have seen His faithfulness in our family time and time again. We would love for you all to be a part of this journey with us, and to plant seeds so that God's plan and purpose in Chattanooga can continue to flourish. Pray about how God would have you invest into us and this ministry.

Best Regards,

Pastors Gretta & Aaron Bosch

 


Centel Alvarado

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Back in 2016, I came to Chattanooga with a word from God that He was the navigator of my life and that He would take me places I had never been before. I moved here with a heart open to serve Him. Little did I know, I was about to take the adventure of a lifetime.  After being here for two years, I can honestly say I’m living a story that only God could write.

One of the realities of church planting is serving in many different areas. I am currently the church admin, one of the teachers in the kids ministry, and I lead a life group (and on most Saturdays you can find me cleaning and directing the cleaning crew).  My main role, however, is church admin to bring any and all organization in maintaining daily operations. I also work part-time as a preschool teacher for the YMCA.  My goal is to transition into full-time ministry and invest more time during the week in working at the church.

My heart’s desires is to expand the kingdom of God through community and relationships.  One way in which I plan to build better relationships in the community is by enrolling in classes at the local college. This will give me an opportunity to be in relationship with students, teachers and administrators.  The Rally has a strong passion to reach the young adult demographic and this is one way we can reach even more.

I am very expectant to see God's story for Chattanooga continue to unfold. In order to see this accomplished I need the support of those who believe in me and in what God is doing here in Chattanooga, through The Rally. Consider partnering with us financially and give to the Urban Missionary Project. I look forward to sharing with you, all that God does here.

In Christ,

Centel Alvarado


Thank You for Your Support

Click the "DONATE" button below to give via debit/credit card or ACH bank transfer.  Enter the desired amount, select the "Urban Missionary" fund and choose whether one-time or re-occuring gift.  To donate by check, see mailing address below.  For additional questions, please email us at giving@therallychatt.com.

MAILING ADDRESS:

The Rally
2340 Rossville Blvd.
Chattanooga, TN. 37408


The Urban Missionary Fund is dedicated to supporting Rally leaders who God has called to devote full-time service to this church plant.  Just as support is raised for missionaries around the world, we've found a great need for missionaries here in the U.S.  Although The Rally will make every effort to honor the contribution designation of the donor, contributions become the property of The Rally, and the church has the discretion to determine how to best use contributions to carry out its functions and purposes.  Such control of contributions by The Rally is required to ensure that they will be used to carry out its functions and purposes, and to ensure donors’ contributions satisfy requirements for tax-deductibility.