Mission Congregations

The CCCAS ministers to 10 mission congregations located in the United States.  These mission congregations are made up of a number of Samoan communities and families who live in areas distant from a CCCAS member congregation.  For the sake of convenience, therefore, these communities request a missionary from the CCCAS to help begin their own congregation in the area in which they are located.  The CCCAS Missions Committee (Komiti Fa’amisionare) oversees all requests and correspondences from mission congregations, as well as the missionaries who are selected and sent to assist in their development and minister to their spiritual needs.  Meet them below:

Fort Bragg-Fayetteville, North Carolina

The Samoan Congregational Christian Church (SCCC) Fort Bragg-Fayetteville, North Carolina, was first established in 2008, with Rev. Manaomia Tauanuu serving as its founding missionary, along with wife Seela.  Members of this congregation are made up of Samoan military personnel stationed at Fort Bragg, as well as retired Samoan military families taking up residence in the Fayetteville area.  

Contact Information:
SCCC Fayetteville 
6252 Camden Road
Fayetteville, NC 28306
Ph: (910) 988-9423
email: cccasfbfnc@gmail.com

Fort Sill-Lawton, Oklahoma

Rev. Tautu Porotesano and wife Fa’atafuna have been missionary pastors at the Samoan Congregational Christian Church Fort Sill-Lawton, Oklahoma since 2008.  Samoan military personnel currently serving at Fort Sill military base, as well as retired Samoan military families living in the Lawton city area makeup the membership of this congregation. 

Contact Information: 
SCCC Fort Sill-Lawton
1511 SE Skyline Drive
Lawton, OK 73501
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Fort Riley-Junction City, Kansas

The Samoan Christian Heritage Church Fort Riley-Junction City, Kansas (SCHC) is currently pastored by Rev. Emosi & Taumaia Lia’ina.  This mission congregation was first established in September 2014.  It is made up of Samoan soldiers and their families stationed at Fort Riley, as well as the Samoan community who have made Junction City, Kansas their permanent residence.

Contact Information:
SCHC
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Fort Knox, Kentucky

Rev. Faleu & Areta Fatu have been pastoring at the Pacific-American Christian Community (PACC) in Fort Knox, Kentucky since 2010.  Members of the Pacific American Christian Community consists of Samoan military personnel serving at Fort Knox military base, as well as Samoan and Polynesian families who have taken up residence in the Fort Knox vicinity.

Contact Information:
PACC Fort Knox
8th Armored Division Drive
Fort Knox, KY 40121
Ph: (270) 319-0898
email: fatufamily1@gmail.com 

Spokane, Washington

The First Samoan Congregational Christian Church in Spokane, Washington (FSCCC) was founded in October 2016, with Rev. Isaako Matautia serving as its founding missionary, along with his wife Lanuola.  FSCCC is made up mostly of Samoan families living permanently in the Spokane, WA area, as well as retired Samoan military personnel and those who are currently serving. 

Contact Information:
FSCCC Spokane
8415 North Wall Street
Spokane, WA 99208
Ph:  (509) 202-6256
email: famematautia@yahoo.com

Hilo, Hawaii

The Congregational Christian Church in Hilo, Hawaii was established to serve the spiritual needs of the growing Samoan community residing on the Big Island of Hilo, especially Samoan students attending the University of Hawaii – Hilo campus.  Rev. Ausage and Rae Lelilio have been missionaries at the Congregational Christian Church in Hilo, Hawaii since 2016.  

Contact Information:
CCCAS Hilo, HI
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Fort Campbell-Clarksville, Tennessee

The Soldiers of the Gospel in Clarksville, Tennessee, was first established in September 2016, with Rev. Faatoia Tufele as its founding missionary, along with wife Josephine.  Samoan and other Pacific island military personnel stationed at nearby Fort Campbell, and those who have retired and are now settled in the Clarksville area, make up the membership of this congregation.

Contact Information:
Soldiers of the Gospel
3180 Fort Campbell Blvd
Clarksville, TN 37042
Ph: (931) 320-8074
email: ftufele23@gmail.com

Fort Bliss-El Paso, Texas

The Samoan Congregational Christian Church in El Paso, Texas (SCCCEP) was first established in September 2012 to serve the spiritual needs of Samoan military families stationed at Fort Bliss and those living in the surrounding El Paso area.  Rev. Felise Augafa, and wife Avataeao, have been serving as the missionary pastor at SCCCEP since September 2018.

Contact Information:
SCCC El Paso
4805 Byron Street
El Paso TX,79930
Ph: (915) 263-7932
email: scccep79904@gmail.com

D.C., Maryland, Virginia (DMV) metropolitan Area

The First Samoan Congregational Christian Church of DMV (FSCCC) in Alexandria, Virginia was established in July 2018, with Rev. Apisaloma Papu Toleafoa serving as its founding missionary, along with his wife Lora, in September of the same year. Samoan families who have taken up residence in District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, as well as active and retired Samoan military personnel make up the membership of FSCCC-DMV “TAFATOLU MO KERISO”

Contact Information:
FSCCC-DMV
2723 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22302
Ph: (702) 918-9292
email: fsccc.dmv@gmail.com

Antioch, California

The Samoan Congregational Christian Church (SCCC) in Antioch, California was first established in 2016.  With the nearest CCCAS member congregation more than an hours drive away, the Samoan community in Antioch requested the CCCAS for a missionary to begin their own congregation.  Rev. Peter and Ruta Fualaau have bee serving as missionary pastor at SCCC Antioch since 2017.

Contact Information:
SCCC Antioch
2725 Minta Lane
Antioch, CA 94509
Ph: (916) 923-8453
email: pfualaau@yahoo.com