Missions - Local

Email Missions Committee

Here are the Missionaries and Mission Organizations in the Greater Toronto Area we support:

Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship

Daniel & Jamie Jones

Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)'s purpose is to be shaped by God’s word and led by the Holy Spirit, as well as facilitating the transformation of youth, students and graduates into fully committed followers of Jesus Christ.


Youth Unlimited

Melat Hailu

Young Parents Ministry - Assistant Director

Youth Unlimited's approach is to “show concern for the whole person.” They offer parenting tips, life skills development, mentoring relationships, social interaction, financial counseling, aid and Christian spiritual formation. Ann is a part of the Young Parents Ministry.


Ann Stocker

Counselling & Community Advocate - Youth Mental Health & Community Resources Specialist

Ann serves the full YU staff team - researching, resourcing, guiding and supporting our front lines workers and ministries in a context in which youth and families increasingly are challenged with mental health and other stressful and complex issues. Ann previously served at Yonge Street Mission and has been a Stone Church missionary for almost 30 years!

donate to Ann

PAOC Mission Canada

Ejay Tupe

Many care about the state of a city yet due to daily busyness many are not able to positively influence those who find themselves either on the streets or in challenging life situations. For this reason, it is crucial that Mission Canada place workers in these gaps of our nation - people who know the city well, have the networks, and can bring life-transforming change to those who need it most. Ejay is here... in Toronto... because we must.

www.paoc.org/ejaytupe  |  Ejay's video blog

JP Gopalan

As a fellow worker in our PAOC family, JP Gopalan is an appointed Mission Canada worker, reaching those of various cultural languages and backgrounds in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). His efforts are focused largely on those who have immigrated to Canada from Asian countries; Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims, while also seeking to spiritually impact atheists and those with no faith background or knowledge of God and His love for them. God enabled him to reach thousands of people on the street, high-rise buildings, in shopping complexes and college campuses. He also mentors through small groups. He can see the work of the Holy Spirit working in the lives of people: more than 100 people opened their hearts for the Lord Jesus Christ, several people healed and received the baptism in the Holy Spirit.

He is married to Sreela and has two children Samuel and Sophia.

www.paoc.org/jpgopalan  |  JP's email

Toronto City Mission

Toronto City Mission exists to share the love of God and to break the cycles of poverty in Toronto. We are committed to integrating the word and deed of the Gospel; understanding and breaking cycles of poverty; and partnering with local churches.


LifeLine - mission organization logo


David Burke and Jazelle Nicholson

LifeLine is a community of students on a journey to Find, Follow and Serve Jesus Christ at Ryerson University. Whether their first choice or last resort, students can grab a hold of LifeLine and be pulled out of darkness and into the presence of God. At LifeLine students find solid teaching, deep prayer, meaningful outreach, powerful worship, and a family where they can feel at home.

www.lifelineministries.ca  |  Facebook.com/LifeLineRyerson  |  twitter.com/lifeline_ru

Yonge Street Mission logo

Yonge Street Mission

Yonge Street Mission is called to demonstrate God’s love, peace and justice to people living in economic, social and spiritual poverty in Toronto. As a not-for-profit Christian faith community, we acknowledge that every person is created in the image of God and has inherent value and dignity.


The Arctic Hope Project - mission organization logo

The Arctic Hope Project / BPEA

Bill Prankard and Steven Carleton

The Arctic Hope Project is a groundbreaking project designed to stop suicide and develop community leaders among Inuit youth in Nunavut, Canada. They focus on providing a holistic approach of both culturally specific counselling and emotional resiliency training, as well as facilitating youth and elder round tables with local leaders to help develop a collaborative vision for community development. 

With the support of community stakeholders, local pastors, a culturally specific trauma and addictions counsellor and one of the founding fathers of Nunavut, this team is beginning to see both individuals and communities impacted by the love and transforming power of Jesus.

www.arctichopeproject.ca  |  www.bpea.com

CITC - Church in the City logo

Church in the City

Church in the City began in 1985 under the leadership of Stone Church as a vision to plant a church in Toronto’s downtown core. After a few brief stays, CITC eventually found a permanent home in the historic St. Lawrence neighbourhood where we have been ever since.

Our vision is to “Make Christ known in the St. Lawrence and surrounding high-rise communities.” We strive to live out that vision to be a community church where more than 75% of our people walk to church and we are intentional in our outreach to build relationships with our neighbours and community leaders. We are thankful to reflect our neighbourhood as a multicultural and multigenerational church.

Our philosophy of growth is to replicate ourselves in the surrounding communities. In 2015, God allowed us to plant a second campus church in Regent Park. In 2018, God opened another door and allowed us to plant a third campus in the Canary District.

Thank You Stone Church!