ACC on mission…Making Him Known
Jesus told his disciples to “go and make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19). We seek to make Jesus known in our communities, our city, and beyond. We encourage each person who calls ACC home to find out how God is calling them to serve in their own neighbourhoods and work places. In addition, ACC partners with various ministries to be more effective in spreading the love of Christ at home and abroad.
Missions is a growing ministry at ACC. Many people from ACC serve in various ways in our community, helping shine the light of Christ. Each person who calls themselves a disciple of Jesus is a missionary. While ACC serves with many local ministries in an official capacity, many of the people who call ACC home serve in our community without fanfare and with humility in order to share the love of Jesus and to make His saving grace known.
MEXICO MISSION 2016! (July 30th to August 6th)
BUILD TRIP WITH ONE LIFE ONE CHANCE NOVEMBER 23 – 28, 2014
Nine men from ACC spent a week in November 2014 at the OLOC base to help with construction on the House of Refuge. This project aims to provide a safe haven for children, particularly girls, who are experiencing abuse or neglect.
To find out more about this project, click HERE.
Click HERE to see a video recapturing the work that happened during that week.
MEXICO MISSION 2014
In August 2014 ACC sent a team to the San Quintin Valley, Baja with One Life, One Chance Ministries. Our team learned much and had an amazing time serving together.
Francisco (not pictured) & Miriam and their girls have a heart breaking story and a strong faith and we were so honoured to be able to provide them with a home. Please continue pray for them as they seek to live as lights for Jesus in their community.
PAST MISSION TRIPS
- August 2012 ACC sent a team of over 30 individuals to the San Quintin Valley, Baja to spend a week with One Life, One Chance in supporting local ministry and building two homes. View a video of the 2012 mission trip.
- July 2011 three young men went to the One Life base in San Quintin to aid in the ministry there.
- August 2010 32 individuals from our church family went to San Quintin, Mexico to serve and to build a home for a family in need.
Alan & Colleen Foster
Alan and Colleen (Kalea, Joshua) serve with MB Mission and work with Emberá and Wounaan communities in eastern Panama. These tribes have had limited access to the Gospel due to their remoteness as well as violence related to political factions and drug-trafficking. They also lack basic water and sanitation infrastructure and waterborne disease has escalated. Alan and Colleen provide technical and educational assistance to meet the needs of eight communities in clean water, sanitation, and health workshops. As they engage in meeting physical needs, Alan and Colleen have found many opportunities to minister to people’s spiritual needs.
Rick & Tracey Rempel
Along with their three young sons, Matthew, Joshua and Andrew, Rick & Tracey are currently seconded from MAF Canada to Flying Mission Zambia (FMZ). The Rempels are now living in Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia. Previous to this they enjoyed spending 2 1/2 years in a rural community in Zambia. They appreciate being connected with the Flying Mission Zambia team in a greater capacity since moving to Lusaka.