A center-based program that is implemented in a 1.6-hectare residential facility that is home to more than 100 deserving children from underprivileged families across the Philippines.


A community-based program that addresses the social, educational, spiritual, and emotional well-being of selected depressed communities.


A pre-school operating to partner with underprivileged families in Sipocot, Camarines Sur in the formation of young boys and girls.


In partnership with mission-friends from CMD Germany, providing financial support for selected pastors and evangelists in the country


Main Office: 188 Kaimito St. Kaimitoville Valle Verde 2 Brgy. Ugong Pasig City

The CMSP Office serves as the coordinating center of its programs and services. The three-storey townhouse type unit houses the Office of the Executive Director with the overall administrative-finance and special services. It has a meeting room and two guest rooms available for staff and mission friends’ use. It was acquired through a special fund and was renovated in the same year before its inauguration in November 1999. The ceremony was attended by CMD Officers led by Pres Dr. Reinhold Wagner, Vice Pres Heinz Steinhaueser, and CMS India Administrator Horst Kowski. It was officially named after its generous donor, the late Mr. Fritz Heim of Germany.

Pinagbuhatan Community Childcare Center: 299 A. Esguerra Street, Pinagbuhatan Pasig

Three decades ago, CMSP established its first Community Childcare Center in an urban poor community in Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City. In 1993, CMSP was able to purchase a 390sm lot at Esguerra St, with funds from CMD Germany and constructed a single-storey building for 50 Daycare children. In 1999, a bigger two-storey building was constructed with funds from CMD and the Mission Church in Kunzelsau through then CMD Vice President Rev. Heinz Steinhauser. The building was later named CMSP Kunzelsau Hall as a fitting tribute to the enduring partnership between CMSP and CMD. The Center’s second floor serves as an area for Sunday Worship and CEN activities of the Pinagbuhatan Christian Fellowship and Agape Youth Ministry (AYM). Special events for the children, youth groups, and parents are also held; while the 2 classrooms for Daycare sessions are on the ground floor; other facilities are a kitchen, staff quarters, office, playground, and parent’s waiting area.

Calaca Community Childcare Center: Barangay Camastilisan, Calaca Batangas City

The CMSP Daycare Center in Calaca, Batangas is located in a small fishing village in Bgy. Camastilisan. The CMSP Daycare ministry in Calaca started in 1992 under a rented nipa hut near the seashore with 30 children. Two years earlier, Christian leaders from CMD Germany donated funds for the construction of much-needed toilets and water pumps for the poor people in the community. In 1998, with funding support from CMD, a 780sm parcel of land was acquired by CMSP at a nearby location in Camastilisan where the two-storey Child Development Center was built. A small, safe naturally-landscaped playground with a lush garden environment is a haven to young children alongside with their clean, spacious, and colorful nursery classrooms. The 2 storey building was constructed with the following facilities: adjacent classrooms convertible to a Social/Worship Hall, Guest/Staffroom, Office/Records Area, Kitchen and Stock Room, Playground, Surrounding Garden, and Parent’s Waiting Area.

CMSP School Operation: Barangay South Centro Sipocot, Camarines Sur

The CMSP SCHOOL from its inauguration in June 2007, as CMSP Child Development Center under DSWD, is now in its 13th year as a Christian educational institution operating a Preschool and Elementary Schools duly recognized by the Department of Education. It is located along the Pan Philippine Highway in Barangay South Centro, Sipocot, Camarines Sur. The 2 hectares property generously donated by the Dacanay family paved the way for the expansion of CMSP ministry to the region.

Two classrooms were constructed from 2016, initiated by Trustee Estrella Zaldivar and friends, then 3 more with the help of mission partners from Germany and Japan (Parasaiyo & Plus One) and one by Engr. Jay Roces, a former CMSP child. Furnishings Haeir Philippines upon the representation of Kubota Atsushi and Japan Harvest. Additional three for Grades 5 to 6 classes and Science Laboratory/Computer Room were inaugurated in June 2019 funded by Mr. Yasuaki Morimora and his Office Bank of Japan just in time for the issuance to CMSP of DepEd Permit to Operate for Elementary School (Grades 1 to 6).

There are now 9 fully furnished airconditioned classrooms being used and the Admin/Pre School Building. The serene surrounding with its vast lush greenery, fresh rural air, set in a relaxed and laid-back atmosphere. CMSP School provides a positive and conducive learning environment for children and for family-oriented school events and activities.

CMSP Naic Children’s Village

Children’s Home operation started right at CMSP’s rented office in Pasig City in 1989, then a small shelter located in Muntinlupa City, providing home care to around 11 children. Within 2 years, it moved to a rented house in Naic, Cavite in 1990. In 1991, with the help of Mr. Ruben Resus family, CMSP acquired a 1.6 hectares property in Barangay San Roque, Naic, Cavite, and became known as CMSP Children’s Home. The municipality of Naic is bounded by the municipality of Indang in the North, Batangas province in the South, the municipalities of General Emilio Aguinaldo, and Magallanes in the West and Mendez-Nunez in the East. Travel between Naic and Metro Manila covers 47 kilometers.

In 2013, it was changed to “CMSP Children’s Village” in keeping with the program standards for holistic child care and development services. The Children’s Village can accommodate a maximum of 100 children with complete facilities to address the day to day life of every child.

It has 8 Houses/Children’s Quarters, Admin Office, Reception area, Multipurpose hall, Resource Center, Tutorial Center, Clinic, Centralized kitchen with baking area, Guesthouses, Staff quarters, Sports and Recreational Activity Center, Playground, Staff cooperative store, and Garden.

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