The purpose of the Missions Ministry is to mobilize our church and her resources for maximum, effective contribution to the Great Commission by:

  1. Exploring missions opportunities
  2. Empowering missionaries with prayers
  3. Engaging the church with missions knowledge
  4. Educating the missions teams
  5. Embracing missions effort
  6. Executing stewardship on missions fund
  7. Establishing missions policy


The scope of the Missions Ministry covers local, North American, as well as overseas missions. Definition of local missions is anywhere within the Lower Mainland.

Supported Missionaries

John & Jenn Johnstone

John serves among First Nations people groups in Western Canada. In this role, John and his wife Jenn seek to build and strengthen relationships between First Nations and the Church through education, prayer, and the facilitation of bridge-building encounters. They are currently engaging with several different indigenous people groups within BC, and also serve as cultural liaisons with a youth initiative in Vancouver.

Sam Dick - Multiply (Local)

Sam serves BC churches and ministries, inviting them into Kingdom expansion and participation in ministry locally and globally through partnerships, discipleship programs, equipping events and collaborative service. His passion is to co-create pathways, together with interested churches, for individuals to encounter Jesus, discover their mission calling, and become better equipped as disciple-multipliers for their entire lives.



PK continues to serve and lead the Mekong Mission.

They are reaching out to tribes in the south of Laos and reach these people by training them and sending them back to take care of and reach out to their own people.


S&S - Multiply (Asia)

S&S work with people who live in high-altitude areas, difficult to access, and who have strong local Buddhist traditions. 01% know Jesus, and there are very few church fellowships. They provide Bible translation training for Mandarin speakers.

William and Juliana Hui

The Lord led William and Juliana together to bring His blessings to many. After a decade-long IT career, William became a pastor, while Juliana works in IT and serves at church wholeheartedly. They are blessed with two grown daughters.  Inspired by Hudson Taylor, they now respond to the Gospel Call in Japan – "for Christ's love compels us".

Supported Mission Agencies

Chinese Christian Mission (CCM) Canada Rural Ministry

Rural Ministry is one of the four ministries within CCM Canada. The vision of this ministry is to plant churches without walls amongst the Chinese who are scattered throughout rural areas across Canada. It focuses on serving new and old immigrants, shop and restaurant owners, workers and their families. The purpose of this ministry is to reach the small towns that have no known local Chinese Christian fellowship or regular church support. Visitation teams are sent out regularly to reach these towns and villages. In addition, Christian professionals are recruited to give practical seminars to help people with their daily needs regarding health, family and business. Team members would share their faith and testimonies during their visits.

International Student Ministries Canada (ISMC)

ISMC is a Christian charitable organization incorporated in Canada and supported by partners and friends who share their vision to empower international students to impact the world through Jesus Christ. Its mission is to love international students unconditionally, partner with local churches in leading international students to discover Jesus through the Word of God, and prepare them to serve God wherever He leads them. There are currently over 110 staff and 500 volunteers actively serving in 34 cities, touching over 20,000 lives annually from the Pacific to the Atlantic. It provides a variety of programs, including welcome, friendship and hospitality, leadership training, foundation discipleship, returnee follow up and ESL classes, to support and reach out to international students.

Our Daily Bread (ODB)

Our Daily Bread is a non-denominational, non-profit organization that distributes more than 60 million resources in 150 countries. It provides materials to help people grow in their relationship with God in a variety of ways, including radio or television broadcast, DVD, podcast, book, mobile app, and website. Its mission is to make the life-changing wisdom of the Bible understandable and accessible to all. Its vision is to see people of all nations experiencing a personal relationship with Christ, growing to be more like Him, and serving in a local body of His family.


OMF is a global fellowship of Christians with a heart for East Asia. They are passionate to demonstrate and proclaim the good news to East Asia’s billions, many of whom have never seen or heard it.

James Hudson Taylor (1832-1905) founded OMF International as the China Inland Mission on June 25, 1865. They changed the name to OMF International in 1993. The mission begins welcoming Asians as workers and partners with local Christians to set up home offices in eight regions of East Asia.

OMF seeks to share the good news of Jesus in all its fullness with the people of East Asia, in partnership with God and his global church.

British Columbia Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches (BCMB)

BCMB is a family of churches who partner together to see the people of BC transformed by the good news of Jesus Christ. It strives to empower and equip churches for ministry effectiveness. It has four main purposes: 1) offers resources and tools to churches and organizations to help them reach their mission, 2) supports leadership development, 3) fosters community building, and 4) supports church planting, discipleship-making, and enables missional opportunities.

MB Biblical Seminary

MB Biblical Seminary is part of the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches.  It exists to educate and equip people, including current and future pastors, missionaries, counselors, scholars, and leaders for congregational or marketplace ministry, who will help lead the church in reaching Canada and the world with the good news of Jesus Christ.  It offers diverse courses and fully accredited degree programs that prepare people for effective leadership and ministry.  Its goal is for every student to become a passionate and committed follower of Jesus with sound doctrine and active in mission through lifelong learning and training.

Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches (CCMBC)

CCMBC is a community of about 250 diverse Mennonite Brethren (MB) congregations spread across Canada, united by Jesus Christ through the evangelical Anabaptist beliefs and values and by the mission to multiply Christ-centred churches to see Canada transformed by the good news of Jesus Christ.


Vancouver Chinese Christian Short Term Mission - VCCSTM serves local churches by training and mobilizing Christians to preach the Gospel to the city. It was established in 1992 in response to Lausanne Covenant - The whole church brings the whole Gospel to the whole world. It focuses on providing training courses on short term missions to enable believers to seek their vocation and to reach the unreached People Groups.


Awana is a global, nonprofit ministry with fully integrated evangelism and long-­term discipleship programs for ages 2 to 18 that actively involves parents and church leaders. Offered through local churches, Awana reaches kids where they’re at and walks alongside them in their faith journey.

Missions Central (Missions Fest)

Missions Fest is the largest annual mission conference in North America where over 10,000 gather on a weekend.  Their vision is for there to be a vibrant, transformative Church where all Christians take their place in mission according to their unique calling, knowledge, skills and gifts!  At the conference, participants can engage with over 250 mission agencies, learn from missional experts in Mini-Conference and Seminars, watch films at the Film Festival, etc.  The goal of Missions Fest is to inform people about the needs around the world, encourage them with what God has been doing through His people and challenge them to be a part of God’s mission. (Mission Central is working out the transition with the new team at this moment)