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Jesus calls all of us to be his witnesses to the ends of the earth. The Missions Mobilization Team (MMT) seeks to help PCC engage in this calling by encouraging each of us to share the love of God within our city, as well as providing opportunities to come alongside others through short-term missions. Beyond fostering a culture of looking beyond our church walls to our neighbors, we also partner with a number of full-time missionaries, some who touch lives here in Regina and others overseas, through financial and prayer support.
The bulk of our fundraising for our missionary partners happens at the annual October Mission’s Festival, the Sunday after Thanksgiving. Congregants can also give to missions throughout the year by designating donations for specific sponsored partners, organizations or projects. Offerings received the fifth Sunday of any month also go towards missions, specifically our Multiply sponsored partners and short-term missions. Students working at Christian summer camps, PCC run summer children’s programs and short-term missions trips are eligible to access these ‘short-term missions’ funds.
The Missions Mobilization Team meets regularly to discuss how we can best encourage and support PCCers in those places where God is calling them, in their own life setting right here in Regina, and foster connections with our missionary partners. As a team we long to listen to God together, joining Him in the work He is already doing in Regina and beyond.
Our Missionary Partners
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Athanase and Beata Chiruza
Walter and Cindy Selke
Healing Heart Ministries and Northern Canada Evangelical Mission
Nick and Vivian Helliwell
Healing Hearts Ministries - Regina Sk
In order to supplement their missionary support, Nick serves as a half-time chaplain at the Regina Provincial Corrections Centre. Nick and Vivian were married in 1995. They have raised many children, having been foster parents for over 15 years.
Director of Discipleship - Youth for Christ - Regina, SK
Cory and Masami Giesbrecht
Multiply - Japan
Wally and Arlene Schroeder
Healing Heart Ministries - Regina, SK
Matt and Ruth
Multiply - Winnipeg, MB
Matt and Ruth serve with Multiply’s Mobilization Team in central Canada and are involved with the Global Media Network.
Richard and Hazel Funk
Multiply - Austria
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Northern Canada Evangelical Mission (NCEM) - Regina, SK
Caylea Selke has been part of ministry in and around Regina all her life. Her present work includes NCEM’s communication through social media, while she continues to minister to youth face-to-face in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Multiply - Burkina Faso
Jonathan and Melissa Neudorf
Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) - Indonesia
Jonathan and Melissa met at church in 2014 and were married in 2016. In 2017, they went on a vision trip to Kenya and Uganda, and it was during this trip that they felt that God was affirming their call to missions. Jonathan and Melissa are excited to step into this new season of life and ministry.
Please prayerfully consider partnering with Jonathan and Melissa as they serve with MAF in Indonesia.
Jonathan grew up in Saskatchewan, and also spent five years in Belize where his parents served as missionaries. His parents led him to the Lord as a child, and after high school he attended Prairie Bible College where he attained his pilot’s license. While at Prairie, he was inspired by his instructor and felt God nudging him to consider mission aviation. After graduating, he gained experience flying in northern communities throughout Canada.
Melissa was born and raised in Saskatchewan. As a child, she attended summer camp, and it was there where she became a Christ-follower. In high school, melissa was part of a few short-term mission trips, which sparked her passion for ministry. She graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and has been working as a pharmacist, as well as instructing at the University of Saskatchewan.
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