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Missionaries: Meet the Team
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Davey and Marie Jank


Davey and Marie are church planters among a tribe in the Amazon jungle. Their ministry focus is to develop culturally relevant Bible lessons for the tribal people in their own language that will deepen their understanding of God and His Word. They are also involved in the translation of the Bible. 

Camp Directors: Andrew & Ruth Paterson


Our Mission

To provide a safe place for people to be known by Jesus and to know Jesus through worship, and the Word, and the fellowship of believers!

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Dan and Ashley McIvor


Dan and Ashley are currently serving at Ethnos360 Bible Institute in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Dan serves on the maintenance crew, and Ash serves as part of the kitchen staff. Dan and Ash both have a heart to see the gospel go to unreached people groups around the world and have found great joy trusting the Lord to use them as a part of this mission!

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Liam and Katie McIvor


Liam was born and raised in Sauble Beach, Ontario and Katie grew up in central Pennsylvania. We met while attending Ethnos360 Bible Institute and it was also there that we were further encouraged and challenged by the truths of God’s Word. We were stirred by His heart for every person in every nation and His desire and plan to use the church to spread the good news of Jesus.

We were married in 2017 and headed to Ontario together where we worked for a few years before entering into missionary training in Durham, ON. We just completed our training at Emanate and are now planning and preparing to serve as support missionaries in North America.

We are an inter-denominational group of Christian volunteers providing unconditional love, and support to women and their families who are facing an unexpected pregnancy. The Centre offers a wide variety of services all entirely confidential and free of charge. After visiting us you will know whatever decision you make, you are welcome to come back to our Centre. Our support and care for you is unconditional.

Life 100.3

Reaching out to our communities with good Christian programming. If you like music, you will love Life 100.3

PROFILE: click here

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Teen Challenge is a 12-month, faith-based, in-residence drug and alcohol rehabilitation program that is part of a network of over 19 Teen Challenge Centres across Canada and more than 1,500 worldwide.

The program has a strong faith-based approach and offers spiritual, academic and vocational training that helps equip individuals to return to society as responsible citizens.

Our mission is to help men and women overcome substance addictions to lead full and productive lives.


Every year, we as a church support the Wiarton Salvation Army by collecting food items for the Christmas Food Hampers as well as donating funds toward purchasing food items needed.


“Every box is an opportunity to reach a child with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”
—Franklin Graham
President, Samaritan’s Purse

Every year, we as a church family fill shoe boxes to share and show the love of Christ with children.

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Brandon Lundy

POSITION: Alliston Youth Worker

DEPARTMENT: Ministry Staff YFC Alliston

Brandon is a person who has worked diligently in the autism spectrum peer advocacy in Ontario. Relating to experiences of youth who have unique needs, Brandon shares his personal experiences and strives to share Jesus with them.  Brandon began working for Alliston in June 2019, offering drop-in and lunch programs for youth and students from the Alternative School at the Alliston Youth Center. Brandon believes in partnering together with the Alliston community to reach youth, and desires to develop opportunities for youth, volunteers and staff  through future teaching workshops. Brandon also plans to ensure that there is inclusiveness and that the accessibility needs are met for all youth in the Alliston Community.


Jim and Sharon Nolson

Jim and Sharon have been pastoring for over 30 years, serving as ministers to couples & families. This journey has opened their eyes to the need for a "walk alongside ministry" to couples. This level of pastoral care goes beyond counseling by creating the opportunity to offer more time and full attention to people needing help and encouragement

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