Freedom. Peace. Joy. Love.

How can they believe in him if they have never heard about him? And how can they hear about him unless someone tells them? Romans 10:14

Our heart for mission grows out of a desire to share the Good News of Jesus Christ, and see God’s power transform lives. Out of love, God created a world in which humanity received worth as image bearers of God. Although that image was marred by sin, Jesus through the cross and resurrection is bringing about new creation and restoration.

Jesus calls us to follow him in his work of reconciling all things unto himself. This leads us to humbly enter into our various cultural contexts, to love deeply as Jesus loved, to serve by working for the good of all, and to see lives touched with the love and hope that only Jesus can bring.

One Body. Many Parts.

The EFCC has two arms, the EFCCM (international missions) and National Mission. Both require collaboration between congregations across Canada, and individuals who are called, competent and committed.

International Mission

How to Get Involved in International Mission

One of the key driving reasons behind the formation of the EFCC, and its Home Office, was to collaborate on mission. In the intervening decades since that moment, that hasn’t changed. Serving more than 85 missionaries in 22 countries, the EFCCM embraces a variety of creative ministries to meet people’s needs, especially their spiritual ones.

The EFCCM ministers in 5 areas: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and South America. Our projects are served by career missionaries, mission associates and various teams.

There are many ways you can be involved in the EFCCM:

If you are interested in pursuing God’s call to missions in your life, from full-time missionary to short-term team member, please send an e-mail to serve@efccm.ca.

National Mission

How to Get Involved in National Mission

In our eagerness to reach out to people internationally, we can’t forget the needs of people in our own cities, towns and neighbourhoods. Our churches reach out to their communities to meet spiritual and practical needs. We also have a number of people serving in unique roles like chaplaincy with whom we network.

Together, we are becoming more intentional in sharing the gospel and live out our calling to be missionaries here in Canada. We also desire to work in collaborative partnerships in areas of Canada where there is no EFCC presence.

We invite you participate with the National Mission in any of these ways:

We have opportunities to serve in several roles in Canada. If you’re interested in something there isn’t exactly a job description for, please get in touch.