As we celebrate the diversity of Canada during its 150th year, we also celebrate the diversity of worship within our C&MA churches in its 130th year. Founded by a Canadian, Albert B. Simpson, The Christian and Missionary Alliance is not only growing in Canada, but in more than 80 countries and territories around the world.
The Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada has 434 member churches reaching out to New Canadians, First Nations people, and many more. The salvation message of Jesus Christ is spoken in 23 languages each week.
As of December 31, 2016, we have 224 Canadians serving as international workers providing access to Jesus, many in places where His name is not known. We take seriously our founder’s words: This movement stands for a commitment to reach the most-neglected field, to avoid the beaten tracks of other labourers, to press on to the regions beyond and instead of building upon another person’s foundation, to preach the Gospel where Christ has not been named. (A.B. Simpson)
A special booklet has been published online to give you an overview of our story. We invite you to take the time to look at the photos, read the stats, updates, overviews and timeline, and use the suggested prayers as a starting point in praying for our country and our ministry.Download the O Canada Booklet: Digital | Print
We’re made of people in churches who send people to share love, truth and hope with people around the world, people who may never have heard the name “Jesus” before.