Our Ministry Partners

One Hope Canada has partnered with these great organizations.

One Hope Canada has a rich history of bringing the Gospel to rural areas in Canada, planting over 140 churches in its 89 year history.  We have a vision to renew that same passion for bringing the Gospel to communities which have no Gospel witness.  To help accomplish this goal, One Hope Canada has partnered with Associated Gospel Churches, a Gospel-centred, non-denominational church association with more than 150 churches across Canada.

One Hope Canada will begin to focus on Community Ministry Initiatives through our community missionaries, and as God blesses the work and churches are birthed, the AGC will be there to provide ongoing support and structure to the new work.

To learn more about the AGC or to discover if there is an AGC-affiliated church in your area, click here.

For over 60 years Bible League Canada has been partnering with local Christians around the world to provide Scriptures and training. In 2013 Bible League Canada began to also work in Canada, and beginning in 2015 One Hope Canada was excited to partner with them.

With Bible League Canada’s support we are able to undertake a number of new ministry initiatives, such as distributing thousands of comic-style story books about the life of Jesus, and initiating discipleship weekends for children and youth coming from homes who do not know Jesus.

To learn more about the great work of Bible League Canada in Canada and abroad, please click here to visit their website.

One Hope Canada’s partnership with the Canadian Bible Society has led to tens of thousands of Bibles being personally given to children and youth across the country in the last two years. The Bibles have a specially designed “camper” cover and also provide helpful information on campers connecting with a local church after their week at camp.

At Adventure Day Camp this summer, many kids had the amazing opportunity to receive a Bible for the very first time! As soon as their group leader gave them their new Bible, every kid opened it and wanted to start reading it right away! Many asked questions about how it worked and practiced finding their memory verses. They just didn't want to stop reading! Group leaders were able to sit down one-on-one or in groups to share and help the kids learn more about how incredible God's love for them is!  (Becky Marr, Director, Adventure Day Camp, Manitoba)

You can visit Canadian Bible Society’s website here.