Peoples Church of Montreal is passionate about spreading the Gospel in our city and around the world. That is why we support over 40 missionaries and agencies locally and worldwide.
In addition, we also sponsor at least one major mission project each year.
Please keep our missionaries in your prayers and know that giving at Peoples helps shine the light of the Gospel both near and far!
Find out more about our supported missionaries and agencies below.
BASKIN, Julie (Canada)
Julie serves in Sept-Iles among the Montagnais. She interacts primarily with a First Nation's people who are known as the Innu. Julie is learning the Innu language. She is involved in young adults meetings and discipling women but she has a particular love for children. She also works with children and youth and organized camps during the summer. She loves to have opportunities to teach God's word and explain the Gospel.
CHAN, Syncia (Canada)
Stewarding her background and skillset, Syncia Chan is the Vice President of Communications with International Student Ministries Canada (ISMC), developing both external and internal communications within the organization.
COTE, Charles-Henri and Lise (QUEBEC CHURCH PLANTERS, Blainville)
Working with Associated Gospel Churches, whose vision is to be “a movement of healthy, reproducing churches”, Rev. Charles-Henri pastors Eglise Evangelique Blainville in Blainville, Quebec.
CYR, Steve and Laura (FRANCE)
In association with Serving in Mission, Steve and Laura Cyr are a part of a church planting project in Bourges, France. Their heart for this region is to see a new generation grow to know and serve Christ.
DUARTE, Nery (COSTA RICA)
As a part of Latin America Mission, his ministry focuses on supporting pastoral leadership. Nery is also currently involved in prison chaplaincy and regional relief aid as needed.
FRANK, Stephen and Karen (INTERNATIONAL)
As a part of Global Outreach Mission, Steve and Karen Frank work for La Voix de L’Evangile, a radio program that spread the Gospel to the French-speaking people of Quebec through weekly broadcasts.
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GROSSMAN, Ron and Hilary (ONTARIO and QUEBEC)
The Grossmans are a part of an outreach ministry to the Jewish communities in Canada through the organization Israel’s Hope.
HAMILTON, Shirley (MANITOULIN ISLANDS, ON)
Motivated by her heart for Native peoples, Shirley Hamilton is the Executive Director of DayStar Native Christian Outreach, a ministry focused on relationship building activities and events in a local community center.
HORST, Doug and Stephanie (INTERNATIONAL)
Doug and Stephanie Horst are in their 26th year with YWAM (Youth with a Mission) and are presently continuing their reconciliation ministry in Hamilton Ontario where Doug is involved as a spiritual director enabling people to reconcile with God through GOHOP, a 24-7 house of prayer. Other emphases are Catholic-Protestant prayer vigils, a prayer truck on the streets of Hamilton and building relationships between different societal levels at 541 Eatery and Exchange. Stephanie also leads Roots of Empathy programs in the local schools.
HRUDAYA, Bishop D.B. (INDIA)
Pastor Hrudaya runs a partner organization of Intercede International called Orissa Follow-Up, an evangelical ministry in the poorest province of India that establishes local churches and even provides an orphanage.
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ISCH, Soula (AFRICA, EUROPE, QUEBEC)
Soula Isch’s heart is for women; to disciple and encourage women in the Christian walk, be it new believers or missionaries abroad. She is involved in SIM’s Dorcas Widows project that focuses on ministering to widowed women in West Africa.
LALONDE, Lise (QUEBEC)
Awana is a global, nonprofit ministry committed to the belief that the greatest impact for Christ starts with kids who know, love and serve Him. The focus is to reach kids, equip leaders and change the world.
LANGLAIS, Angelica (Australia and Papua New Guinea)
Angelica serves on and trains volunteers for YWAM’s Medical Ship that brings health care to remote locations in Papua New Guinea, ultimately spreading the hope of the Gospel.
Blog: ANGELICA IN PANGAEA
MACLEOD, Bibiana & Alexander (INTERNATIONAL)
Bibiana MacLeod is the Regional Coordinator of South America for Medical Ambassadors International, a faith-based organization that applies Community Health Evangelism (CHE) worldwide. CHE integrates evangelism with medical and community development, empowering the local communities.
MARTINEZ, Benjamin and Isabel (HONDURAS)
In Honduras, the Martinez pastor a Moravian Church and live with the Miskitos, an indigenous group in Puerto Lempira. There, they focus on church-planting and leadership development within the community.
MATHIEU, Claude & Huguette (CANADA)
The Fellowship Chaplaincy offers spiritual guidance to various workplace atmospheres. As a part of their airport ministry, the Mathieus reach out to both passengers and airport employees by holding bible studies, worship events, as well as counsel.
Katie has been on staff at MYU since December 2014. Previously, she had been volunteering for over five years at a drop-in center. She now works with local churches in the Valley, networking and connecting with youth and church youth groups. She also runs a drop-in center in the Chateauguay Valley.
PEACH, Wesley and Priscilla (QUEBEC)
As the Academic Dean of Parole de Vie Bethel in Quebec, Wesley Peach and his wife Priscilla work to impact and disciple young adults through the residential Bible institute in association with Word of Life.
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Yaw Perbi is the President of International Student Ministries of Canada, an organization that seeks to reach and empower international students all across Canada for the work that God has prepared for them.
PELTIER, CHERYL LYNN (Native Workers Canada)
Cheryl Peltier works at the DayStar Center, a community center in Giizhigaanang focused on reaching out to Native People through relationship-building activities and events.
PLATT, Richard and Haruyo (MONTREAL, QC)
As a part of Christian Direction, Richard and Haruyo Platt work at Centre Accroche, a community center focused on exhorting youth through academic tutoring, interactive workships, and more. Their vision is to offer guidance and hope to youth and ultimately empower them in their future.
RACICOT, Bernard and Nathalie (MONTREAL, QC)
The Racicots are involved with Christian Direction, an organization seeking to transform urban communities for His Kingdom. Bernard Racicot focuses on graphic design and community development in Rive-Nord, and even offers art therapy workshops for those to whom he ministers.
SCHAAPMAN, Tony and Kornelia (MONTREAL, QC)
Tony Schaapman works with Bible Centered Ministries International, an organization focused on establishing and supporting Bible clubs for kids in local schools, homes or churches.
SMITH, Jenna (MONTREAL, QC)
Jenna Smith is the Director of Innovation Jeunes, a youth center with Christian Direction whose mission is to enable youth to engage in their education and communities.
SOLLAZZO, Peter (MONTREAL, QC)
Peter Sollazzo works with Power to Change’s chapter at Concordia University, a ministry whose heart is to share the Gospel with university students and engage with them spiritually.
STEWART, Cassandra (QUEBEC CITY, QUEBEC)
Affiliated with the organization Power to Change, Cassandra’s ministry focuses on reaching and disciplining university students as they embrace newfound freedom in their lives and often hear the Gospel for the first time.
TANOJA, Fred & Fely (PHILIPPINES)
Affiliated with Overseas Missionary Fellowship (OMF), a ministry focused on impacting East Asia, the Tanoja’s are missionaries and church-planters in the Phillipines.
As the Terra Nova Youth Center Program Coordinator, Laura is a mentor to youth, counseling them in their faith and discipling them. Her heart breaks for those who feel alone, and she desires to teach them their true worth and identity in Christ.
WONG, Shu Yin & David (MONTREAL)
Through InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Shu Yin Wong’s ministry is to university students; to share the Gospel on campus, and to disciple them in their faith.
As a Christian not-for-profit foundation, Partners International establishes global relationships between Canadians and local organizations all over the world, providing resources and support to those ministries as needed. Their heart is to empower local groups instilled with the calling to serve their communities both physically as well as spiritually.
For more than 70 years, Wycliffe has helped people around the world translate the Bible into their own languages. Wycliffe also helps with language development, literacy and other spiritual and physical needs.
Logifem’s initiative is to offer support and care to women facing difficulty. With an emergency shelter available as well as transitional apartments, Logifem seeks to empower women in a meaningful and lasting way.
Welcome Hall Mission is a service center offering help to people in need in Montreal with food banks, housing programs, addiction treatment, medical care, and more. Their heart is to love and serve Jesus Christ by serving their community and work with excellence unto the Lord.
1490 St. Antoine St. W., Montreal, QC H3C 1C3