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Get involved in ministry opportunitiesIn joining Village Missions you will be aligning with an organization that recruits, equips, sends, and supports missionary pastors in Keeping Country Churches Alive. Are you ready to begin the challenge of your life? Join us today. Learn more about how you might serve as a missionary in one of the most challenging and rewarding missionary opportunities in rural Canada.

We need full-time missionary pastors to serve in rural Canada. Being a missionary/pastor is a unique approach to ministry. This ministry combines the missionary call with the call to the pastorate. A Village Missionary integrates the life of the Church into the community so that the Church becomes an important spiritual influence in the area. Is God calling you to this vital approach to ministry?

To be considered, be sure to review our service qualifications. It is imperative that we have individuals of the highest caliber of ethical integrity and Biblical preparation.

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Service Qualifications

Applicants must give clear evidence of faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, and have a practice of personal Bible study, prayer and demonstration of dedication and spiritual maturity.

Whether married or a single male, the Village Missions applicant must have a desire to carry out this unique missionary ministry.

If married, his wife must share the call and desire as well. The Missionary wife is an integral part of the ministry of Village Missions. The contribution she makes as a missionary to the cause of Christ is incalculable. She is to work alongside her husband to compete a Missionary team.

Education requirements for those seeking appointment as Village Missionaries under Village Missions are: a diploma or degree from a Bible School, Bible College, or Seminary which meets the educational requirements set forth by Village Missions.

Since this is a pastoral ministry, training in pastoral studies is highly recommended. Ministry and life experience may be granted in lieu of some academics, provided there is evidence of effective ministry. The amount of credit will be determined on an individual basis.

Review our Doctrinal Statement when you read more about us.
The demand for spiritually healthy churches is great. The demand for spiritually healthy leaders is required. The expectation is that the missionary/pastor will exhibit a servant attitude in both the church and community where he serves. He should be gifted and have the desire to both communicate the gospel and equip those under his care to grow in their knowledge of Christ in order to carry out the Great Commission through the Great Commandment.

The Village Missionary should be a self-starter and is expected to initiate and maintain an active, effective, program of evangelism and corporate worship services. He is to exhibit the highest degree of integrity and honesty, as well as having a willingness to come under the authority and policies of Village Missions.

The Village Missionary is responsible for raising some minimum funds for their missionary work by presenting their needs to individuals, churches, and church groups.
The Village Missionary candidate must be able to show legal authorization to work in Canada.