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Our Partners

Domestic Mission Partners:

Shay Osborne

Shay Osborne

The Church at Winchester | Winchester, VA

Shay Osborne, his wife Sarah and his children, Micah and Naomi, moved to Winchester, VA in August 2012 to start the Church at Winchester. Shay served on staff at a church in North Carolina and as a missionary to the campus of Marshall University in Huntington, WV before moving to Martinsburg as the Church Planting Resident with the Church at Martinsburg. Looking and praying for an area in which to plant, Shay and Sarah felt drawn toward Winchester and the great need for the Gospel there. By God’s grace and through the support of the Church at Martinsburg, Shay, his family, and many others launched the Church at Winchester on September 16, 2012, to proclaim the Gospel and reach those far from God. The Church at Winchester is the first in a church planting movement by the Church at Martinsburg.

 Doug Logan

Doug Logan

Epiphany Fellowship | Camden, NJ

Doug Logan serves as the Lead Pastor of Epiphany Fellowship in Camden, NJ. Doug and his wife, Angel, have been married since 1996 and have been blessed with three sons; Bernie, Aharon, and Avery. He has been pastoring for over a decade and is now leading a growing church plant in a city with deep needs. Camden has been listed as one of the top worst cities in America and even rated in the "Top 10" worst cities in the world. Camden was rated the most violent city in America for 2009. The average income is $18,000, with approximately 44 percent of the population living below poverty. The unemployment rate is close to 11 percent, and about 40 percent of the people have not completed high school. Beyond these obvious needs, the Lord Jesus Christ has compelled Doug to reach Camden with the Gospel. Epiphany has a passion to see the city of Camden loaded with worshippers of Jesus Christ and participating in the ongoing Gospel mission of seeing Camden missionally engaged and transformed into a city of hope. The Church at Martinsburg is excited about a developing partnership with Doug and Epiphany. 

Charlie Mitchell 

Charlie Mitchell

Epiphany Chuch | Baltimore, MD

Charlie Mitchell serves a Founder & Lead Pastor of Epiphany Church in Baltimore. Charlie is a transplant to the Mid-Atlantic. Raised in Florida, he was born in Key West and grew up in Fort Myers. It was after the death of his father at age 15 that Charlie met Jesus. After high school, Charlie moved to Copenhagen, Denmark to study Christian Missions. While in Copenhagen, Charlie met his wife Erin. Charlie and Erin have been married for over a decade and can often be found on a stoop eating ice cream with their three young children, Charlie III (Trip), Kai and Gabriella. Charlie has actively served in the ministry for over a decade. He served 2 years on staff as a Pastor in Florida. Most recently, Charlie served as a church plant resident of Epiphany Fellowship Church in Camden under the oversight of Pastor Doug Logan and Dr. Eric Mason. He is currently completing his Master's degree in Church Planting through Capital Seminary. Charlie’s passion is to see the Gospel planted in the city of Baltimore, rebels made into disciples of Jesus, and churches planted throughout inner cities. 


Ricky Beck

Harvest Bible Chapel | Buffalo, NY

Ricky Beck serves as the Senior Pastor at Harvest Bible Chapel Buffalo. He and his bride, Laurie, were married in 2001 and their three daughters: Bailee, Annika, and Julia. Ricky was called into ministry after going on a mission to trip to Mexico and is passionate about preaching the good news of Jesus Christ and seeing disciples made for the glory of God. Ricky has served in various teacher/leader roles throughout his ministry. Most recently (2012-2015) he served as the Pastor of Faith Bible Chapel in Randolph, NY. It was there that the Lord began to burden the Beck's to see a vibrant church planted in Buffalo that would in turn plant other churches in western NY. In order to prepare for this ministry, they relocated to Chicago and entered a four-month residency at Harvest Bible Chapel, founded by James MacDonald, and launched in Buffalo in 2016.

 International Mission Partners:

 sukrit roy

Dr. Sukrit Roy

Kolkata Love Presbyterian Church | Kolkata, India

A young man, Sukrit, from India and a young lady, Sang Yee, from Korea, united as husband and wife to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ to the unreached people in Kolkata, West Bengal, India in 1986. In 1987, Dr. Roy, his wife, and five others started Kolkata Love Presbyterian Church. In 2012, they celebrated their 25th anniversary. Since their beginning, through the grace of God, more than 130 churches have been planted! They continue to grow India Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary and commission pastors. God has also built an orphanage, the Ideal Mission School, and the Good Samaritan Hospital in India. Members of the Church at Martinsburg have served with Dr. Roy in India for many years and have played a small part in the amazing things God is doing there. We are proud to partner with such a movement in a desperate region. Click here to learn more about what God is doing through Dr. Roy and his wife in India.


Drew Maust

Wycliffe | Cameroon, Africa

Drew is currently in Cameroon working alongside African translators to help facilitate Bible translation projects. Up to this point, Drew has been able to contribute toward the translation of scripture in 19 different languages! He is married to Emily, a registered nurse. They have four children: Poppy, Henry, George, and Florence. Drew has been a friend and partner in the ministry of the Church at Martinsburg for years and we are excited about our partnership with Drew and Wycliffe! Click here to read the Maust's blog.

Church Planting Networks:

The Church at Martinsburg also partners with the International Mission
Board, the North American Mission Board, the West Virginia Convention of
Southern Baptists, and is a member of the Acts 29 Church Planting Network
as an ongoing effort to further the gospel and reach unreached people

The International Mission Board is an arm of the Southern Baptist Convention that sends thousands of missionaries to expose unreached people groups to the Gospel, sometimes for the very first time.
The North American Mission Board is also an arm of the Southern Baptist Convention. They aim to strategically plant and revitalize churches across North America through the help of our generous gifts.
Acts 29 is a diverse, global network of church-planting churches characterized by; theological clarity, cultural engagement, and missional innovation. We cooperate with them to continue planting churches.

West Virginia Convention of Southern Baptists

The West Virginia Convention of Southern Baptists exists to Empower Kingdom Growth by assisting and encouraging affiliated churches and associations in fulfilling the Great Commission.