"Go ye therefore,
and make disciples of all the nations,
baptizing them into the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.."
CCCO is committed to the Great Commission. The Missions Program at CCCO provides
the opportunity for everyone to participate in that challenge.
Men and women, adult and youth, are encouraged to GO into some parts of the
world, become involved, lend a hand and share their faith.
|All The Nations:
All the nations consist of Ottawa, other parts of Canada, and communities
of other continents, climates and cultures.
We make disciples by sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and we strengthen
the faith of the believers by teaching them God's Word. We implement it
in two major areas: Evangelism and Missionary Support.
Our objective is to provide an opportunity for church members to become involved in missions.
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For mission education, we invite experienced missionaries to speak to us on
"The need of Mission fields" and "Introduction of Short Term Missions".
Every fall, a church wide Missions Conference is held to encourage adults
and children to participate in missions.
Short term mission teams have been sent out as near as southern Ontario and
northern Quebec, and as far as to Asia and Scandinavia.
Church members have attended Mission Fest Toronto, and Mission
Conference of mission organizations. In the past, they had a chance to
meet with missionaries and listen to their sharing.
CCCO supports missionaries who are involved in campus ministries, bible translation,
discipleship training, radio broadcasting, medical services and language training.
They serve in Asia, Africa and Canada.
We give support to missionaries in finance and prayers.
Their praise and prayer requests are printed in the weekly Sunday bulletin to
remind the congregation to pray for them.
Short Term Missions
|Place ||Duration ||Contact |
|Ouje, Quebec, Canada
||29 June (7 days)
||First Nations youth camp
Complete the Short Term Mission Support Form
(Adobe Acrobat Reader required).
Download CCCO Missions Special Edition, March 2012.
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