• maritime christian college

    charlottetown, Prince Edward island

    Maritime Christian College exists to build up churches by training new generations of leaders.  For more information about MCC, click on the photo.
  • canoe cove christian camp

    canoe cove, prince edward island

    Established in 1950, the Camp has been operating summer camp programs and retreats throughout the years.  Their grounds are fully accessible and the facility exceeds health and safety regulations.  Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring programs and retreats are now conducted year round.  For more information about their programs and registration forms click on the photo.


  • north burma christian mission - david & norma morse

    chiang mai, thailand

    David was raised in a Lisu village in Burma so speaking the Lisu language is natural for him. He and his staff of three Lisu tribal pastors, work to produce teaching resources for 12 language groups throughout Southeast Asia. As the computer man of the mission, David custom engineers computer code for minority languages. Norma has a ministry among women's groups in the Chiang Mai area, and she also assists David with management and secretarial duties at the office. To visit their website, click on the photo.

  • man of peace development - andy & lynn rayner

    mali, africa

    Andy and Lynn have been spending part of each year in Africa working to help families in Mali install drip irrigation. With a man of peace drip irrigation kit, partner families can grow a garden on 80-90% less water. About 2.1 km of coiled drip line is enough to help seventy families with an average of 10 people per family water their crops and have a drastically improved vegetable garden to feed their family during the drought season. To visit their website, click on the photo.

  • graceland ministries - Jay bowyer & colette Ladan

    krakow, poland

    Jay and Colette have been serving the Krakow community of Ruczaj in Poland since 1998. They engage people through English classes, discussion groups, Bible studies, cultural exchanges and business events. Jay and Colette write and present God-honoring English curriculum in the classroom. They welcome visitors, interns, 

    short-term teams and full-time workers. To visit their website, click on the photo.

  • international disaster emergency services (ides canada)

    providing emergency services since 1985

    IDES Canada – the International Disaster Emergency Service of Canada is a non-profit organization which serves as a link between those with needs and Christians who have resources to share. We send money to enable the offering of water, food, clothing, shelter and medical help in the name of Jesus to give hope to people around the world who are struggling with desperate circumstances. 

  • Fellowship of associates of medical evanglism

    FAME Canada is asking for prayers and financial support to help carry out the initiatives planned for this year. Three exploratory working visits by medical doctors and their spouses are planned for the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Guatemala. For more information about their trips and needed medical supplies, click on the photo.


    The ministry of Heart for Home based in Port-Salut, Haiti is led by Haitian Pastor Ricot Leon along with his wife Mandy and family to serve God by leading Decision Christian Church. 

    This ministry is developing a thriving ministry to Haitians based out of 12 acres of beautiful land in the center of Port-Salut. 

    One of their mission objectives is the building and overseeing the operation of a vocational training facility for orphans transitioning to independence.

  • Lifeline christian mission

    For more than 30 years Lifeline Christian Mission has been restoring hope by meeting the physical and spiritual needs of people around the world. Founded in 1980 by Bob and Gretchen DeVoe, Lifeline began serving in Haiti and today ministry extends to at least 8 nations or people groups, ministering to tens of thousands of people on any given day and engaging thousands of people in Great Commission work weekly. You can learn more about Lifeline's more detailed history and how Lifeline began in Bob & Gretchen's testimony.

Sherwood Church

9 Lilac Avenue

Charlottetown, PE