Free Methodists want to be involved in touching our world. Donations to the Global Ministries Giving Stream enables support for our Canadian missionaries, provides training for indigenous leaders, allows us to reach into unreached parts of the world, and to share our resources with the poor and disenfranchised.
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FMCIC Global Ministries General Fund
Rev David and Ms. Jennifer Wright
David & Jennifer, and their two sons, Cole and Ben, serve as missionaries in Niger, in partnership with a group of Canadian supporting churches. Upon their return to Niger (West Africa) in July of 2012 for a second 4-year assignment, David and Jennifer will be involved in community-based church planting in the capital city of Niamey and will be continuing their work to establish Free Methodist ministry in Niger. This present assignment (2012-2016) will be focused on the development of a multi-purpose ministry centre, facilitating the birth of a congregation in their home neighbourhood, continued coaching of ministerial candidates and catalyzing new church-plant opportunities.
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David and Jennifer Wright Fund
Rev. Sok Em
Sok serves in Cambodia, in partnership with a group of Canadian supporting churches.
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Sok Em Fund
FMCIC Mission Projects
The Cambodian Free Methodist Church began in 1994 and now consists of three Free Methodist Churches, one ordained minister and ten ministerial candidates. Rev. Sok Em is an ordained member of the Canadian General Conference.
Barrie Free Methodist Church initiated involvement in Accra in 2005, developing a ministry partnership that has resulted in significant growth of the already existing single Free Methodist congregation.
Canadian FM involvement in Niger began in 2005 when Caistor Centre FMC caught the vision of their pastors David and Jennifer Wright for this unreached Muslim majority country. In 2009 one new congregation affiliated with the FMCiC, a Ministerial Candidate was approved, and a “Church-in-Formation” was inaugurated in Niger.
Canadian Tamil FM churches began ministry involvement in Sri Lanka in 2003, as a direct response to our Gateway Cities Initiative. In 2004 a Mission District was inaugurated under the oversight of The Free Methodist Church in Canada.
ICCM is a ministry of the Free Methodist Church of Canada. We are a partnership program for children around the world. Each of our children is a follower of Jesus Christ, and is attending (or is affiliated with) a Free Methodist church. We work in numerous countries within the continents of Africa, Asia, South and Central America.
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Please note: If receipts exceed the support needs for any particular project or missionary, we reserve the right to re-designate as necessary within that Giving Stream. Inquiries may be made through the office of Administrative Services at Ministry Centre.