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About Mission Service Corps

What is Mission Service Corps?

Mission Service Corps (MSC) is a team of self-funded missionaries who serve for two years or more. They provide their own support in an assigned ministry that supports the evangelism and church planting efforts of the North American Mission Board (NAMB) and its mission partners. The placement comes through the Mission Service Corps office of the North American Mission Board.

What are the requirements?

People are carefully screened to serve in specific ministries requested by field personnel. Applicants must exhibit spiritual maturity, church involvement, community witness, acceptable health status, professional expertise, and mission commitment.

MSC Missionary Applicants must complete application forms that include endorsement by their pastors. All personnel are screened and assigned by the MSC Department of the North American Mission Board.

Learn more about the process by downloading the MSC description document in the attachments to this article.