The Tyndale Intercultural Ministry Centre (TIM) and PRN are developing a Diaspora Missiology Hub located in Toronto, Canada, with a focus on peace and reconciliation. By reaching out to Christians in Toronto and beyond, the Hub strives to equip the church for ministry in our Canadian multicultural urban centres.
A survey was conducted to increase the insight into the areas of work going on already, further needs and wants to help building up a network of people of interest and/or expertise. The findings were presented at a consultation in May 2019 where a summary was presented and further steps for developing teaching and training courses, material and resources were discussed.
The survey summary report is available here:
To see people from every nation, tribe and language, worshipping God while celebrating diversity as part of the reconciled body of Christ the church. Through this, a movement of reconciled communities, serving the Lord, will reach out to broken and hurt communities with the forgiveness and peace found only in Christ.
The Global Diaspora Hub creates a synergetic learning platform that equips and mobilizes the intercultural Christian faith community towards a more intentional and effective engagement in local and global missions, serving the world towards peace and reconciliation.
WEA- PRN and TIM Centre of Tyndale Seminary propose to explore a ministry partnership in developing a Diaspora Missiology Hub located in Toronto, Canada, with a focus on Peace and Reconciliation.
By reaching out to Diaspora Christians in Toronto and beyond, the Hub has the ability to equip the church for ministry in our Canadian multicultural urban centres.
With the help of WEA-PRN we see the Toronto hub having a global impact among the diverse peoples of the world. The Toronto Hub will be a learning organization listening and learning from our global partners. Their feedback from first-hand experiences of peace and reconciliation will shape the development of training models, training, and resources to apply in the Canadian and global context.