GLOBAL MISSIONARIES

Our reach goes far beyond the city of Surrey because of our relationships and partnerships with these global mission partners around the world.


Join us on the last Sunday of every month as we highlight a missions work and take up an offering for SPA missions.

  • CHRISTO & SARAH EMMANUEL

    INDIA

    In 2006, Christo and Sarah obeyed the call of God, moved to Chennai and planted "Living God Church" with just a handful of people. Today, they pastor 2 growing churches at more than 350 members and are working towards additional church plants.


    The ministry reaches a broad spectrum of people within the community. From children to youth, to educated young adults, poor widows, Hindu's, Muslims and many more. Every year more than 1,000 children and youth experience God through annual camps and a VBS that makes a big impact in the community.


  • ELMER AND SHERRY KOMANT

    BURUNDI

    The Komants have given themselves to the planting of an English-speaking multicultural church in Burundi. Working with a team of national partners in the planting of the church, they have converted a theatre into a church and are reaching out into the university to bring God to the nation.






  • Thomas Spiridigliozzi

    next level international

    Thomas is the national leader for Next International Canada. NLI Canada is an innovative missions organization with progressive global influence and national offices in Canada, United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Australia.


    Since the fall of communisim, NLI has been involved specifically in Europe serving national leaders with leadership training, church planting and mobilizing short-term missions teams in front-line evangelism. Thomas and Liliana have a desire to contribute back to their European roots and rich spiritual heritage. By helping to mobilize Canadian churches, individuals and Christians business people in European missions.

  • Ranier & ELIZABETH MittELsTaedt

    Sri Lanka

    Based out of Sri Lanka, the Mittlesdaedt's are doing theological education, leadership development and training for students and educators in southeast Asia.






  • BERNIE & CElia MASCHER

    HELPING HANDS, KENYA

    The vision of Helping Hands Ministry is to be an inclusive center and to empower local people, particularly those with disabilities, through education.

  • MEL & JASMINE WIEBE

    INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN RESPONSE

    International Christian Response is committed to helping the persecuted church in 37 countries and being a voice for the underground church in Canada.

  • RESTRICTED ACCESS NATION

    GLOBAL WORKERS

    We currently have two global missions partners and their families who are ministering in Restricted Access Nations. 


    A R.A.N. is a nation that is hostile to the Gospel message. For their security, we keep the details of our R.A.N. missions partners confidential.

canadian missions

In a country where the world is coming to us we must be diligent in investing in local at home missions.

  • JAMIE ARSENEAU

    POWER TO CHANGE: DRIME

    Today we see decreasing conversations about God & an increase of anxiety in how to engage others with ones questions about meaning, life, and faith. 

    DRIME is able to step into that gap, and foster an environment where people can feel comfortable talking about God, and engaging in the gospel story. They do this by performing choreographed street drama that engages people in meaningful conversations. DRIME bases have been launched all over the world, currently in 11 countries and are seeing dozens of people come to know Christ weekly. 

    Jamie helps lead the teams and leaders of DRIME by serving as the Communications Lead and Operations Manager. 


  • john & NANCY engels

    bc campus ministries director

    The 100,000 plus BC college and university students are gathered for a season and scattered for a lifetime. Our future leaders, educators, and policy makers are being influenced at the most strategic point in their lives on the campus. 4 years later these students from almost every nation are poised to enter the marketplace. Will these students have at least 1 opportunity to hear the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ before they graduate? This is where John and BC campus ministries get involved, directing the mission of campus ministries all over British Columbia.