Opportunities for local and global missions through First and other partnering organizations like CBM, First Steps, World Vision, and SIM.
Partnering with Yugo Ministries, our youth and leaders take part in a short-term
Hundreds of youth from Manitoba to British Columbia gather for a week to serve a Canadian community. For more information, click here.
Since 2011, we have sent teams to support the community in Kwendin for a month at
We support the pastoral ministry of Martin Naistus and our Cree Nation friends at Onion Lake, Saskatchewan. A team is being organized for a visit this summer.
We support the work of the following missionaries: Barbara Forster (SIM at Vancouver), Greg and Julie Slade (Frontiers at Ontario), Kaori Chua (OMF at Japan), Christina Winrich (OMF at Japan), John and Jooling Cuddeford (ISMC at UBC), Caitlin and Mathew Windsor (Wycliffe @ Kingfisher Lake), David and Suzannah Nacho (Costa Rica), Bill and Janice Dyck (Bolivia), Andre Sibomano (Rwanda), and José and Luz Figueroa (Today's Family Network).
Here are some of our partnering organizations in global missions:
CANADIAN BAPTIST MINISTRIES (CBM)
CBM serves people who live on the margins through partnerships that work in two directions. CBM's first network of partners consists of individuals, congregations, Canadian Baptist denominations and women’s groups, foundations, and businesses in Canada who want to help address important global issues through the generous sharing of resources. The second network of partners is located primarily in the Global South. Each partnership has developed out of unique historical circumstances and an appeal for assistance. These congregations are often located in communities of extreme poverty and social alienation. CBM assists these local churches through mission initiatives that respond to social needs and opportunities for effective witness through word and deed. For more information, click here.
First Steps is a Christian organization committed to preventing child malnutrition in North Korea through programs that provide essential nutrients to young children. It seeks to practically demonstrate the love of Christ in North Korea by providing sustainable, progressive, and life-enhancing nutritional relief. For more information, click here.
SERVING IN MISSION (SIM)
SIM is an international mission organization with more than 4,000 workers serving in more than 70 countries. SIM members serve God among many diverse people groups in every continent. SIM workers are international themselves, representing about 70 nationalities. They serve in a wide variety of career fields. For more information, click here.
WORLD VISION CANADA
World Vision Canada is a global relief, development and advocacy organization. World Vision Canada partners with children, families and their communities to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. It exists to follow Jesus' example of showing unconditional love to the poor and oppressed. Serving every child we can – of any faith, or none. For more information, click here.
MISSIONs FEST (MISSION CENTRAL)
Missions Fest is the largest annual mission conference in North America. Every year we have between 10-15,000 people join us over the weekend. For more information, click here.