The Missions ministry at Hope Oakville is committed to sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ and making disciples of all nations. "And Jesus came and said to them, 'All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.'” Matthew 28:18-20
We fulfill this mission in three distinct ways:
- We support PEOPLE in the traditional missionary work of sharing the Good News.
- We work with PARTNERS to train, equip, and send out disciples to all nations.
- We PLANT churches who then do #1 and #2.
Daniel and Sandi McDougall
International Student Ministries Canada
Serving in Victoria, BC
The McDougall's work on staff with International Student Ministries Canada in Victoria, British Columbia as representatives of the International Friendship Group sharing Christ with international students in an academic context.
The Azzam Family
Serving in Halton and Hamilton, ON
The Azzam family arrived in Canada, as part of the initiative to settle 25,000 Syrian refugees. The Lord has given this family a heart to continue the ministry they were involved in back home which is to see Arabs reached with the gospel. They are actively looking to use their knowledge of the Arabic language and Syrian heritage as a door to sharing the good news of Jesus Christ.
Gary & Marina
Serving in Athen, Greece
Gary and Marina train and equip local church leaders. Their vision is to raise new generations of godly, servant-minded leaders who will be instrumental in the transformation of society.
If you'd like to follow their blog email Missions@HopeOakville.ca
Families Serving in Central Asia
We do not list the names or locations of families serving in Central Asia, as the nature of their ministry is such that even the mention of their names could put them and their ministry in jeopardy.
The “M” Family
Working in a closed Muslim country, this family's focus is on Bible translation and encouragement to the small Christian population in their area as well as building relationships with Muslim nationals.
The “D” Family
This family's work in Muslim nations is some of the hardest spiritual ground on the planet. In such a potentially dangerous place, they make it their aim to boldly share the Gospel with the rural population.
Harvest Metanoia Braila
Led by Pastor Marius Mezin, this sister church to Hope Oakville was planted in 2008 through Harvest Bible Fellowship. Since 2011, we have enjoyed a wonderful partnership providing summer and discipleship camps for children and youth, as well as various other ministry training and development initiatives.
Through our partnership with Compassion Canada, we as a church family currently support nearly 500 children in the country of Peru. As one of the world’s leading child development organizations, Compassion Canada partners with the local church in 26 countries to end poverty in the lives of children and their families.
Hughson Street Baptist Church
Led by Pastor Dwayne Cline, this church is anchored in the north end of Hamilton. Hughson Street Baptist Church exists to build Christ’s kingdom in the lives, neighbourhood, and the city of Hamilton. Click here to hear Dwayne’s message from Isaiah 58 to our church.
The Atwell Centre
Empowered by the gospel-centered perspective of the value of life, Atwell Centre, formerly Pregnancy Support Service of Hamilton, is committed to providing caring, and informative assistance and support to anyone facing the challenge of an unplanned pregnancy, treating clients with kindness, compassion, respect, and love.
Province of Quebec
The Evangelical Baptist Seminary of Quebec seeks to train young men and work alongside local churches to equip current and potential leaders through Christ-centered, church-anchored, theological French language instruction.
Teen Challenge GTA Women’s Centre
King City, Ontario
Set on 87 acres in King City, Ontario, Teen Challenge students participate in a 12-month faith-based program that equips them to overcome their addictions so they can return to their families and society.