One Mission Society

General

Classification: Nonprofit
Type of Organization: Missions-Sending
Legal Name: One Mission Society
Established: 1901
Alias/Other Name(s): OMS

Organizational Principles

Purpose & Mission Statement:

By God's grace, One Mission Society unites, inspires and equips Christians to make disciples of Jesus Christ, multiplying dynamic communities of believers around the world.

Denomination(s): Interdenominational
Member Organization(s): Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA)
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Open to New Locations: Yes
Service Locations: International
Active Cities: N/A
Active Regions: N/A
Active States: N/A
Active Countries:
Australia
Brazil
Colombia
Ecuador
Haiti
Hungary
Ireland
Japan
Mexico
Mozambique
Philippines
Spain
Taiwan
Thailand
Ukraine
United Kingdom
Uruguay
Venezuela
Australia
Brazil
Colombia
Ecuador
Haiti
Hungary
Ireland
Japan
Mexico
Mozambique
Philippines
Spain
Taiwan
Thailand
Ukraine
United Kingdom
Uruguay
Venezuela
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Doctrinal Statement:

One Mission Society has a Wesleyan heritage. For oru articles of faith, visit https://onemissionsociety.org/about/articles-of-faith

Missions-Sending

Ministries Offered Administration
Anti-Trafficking
Children
Church Planting
Construction
Education
Evangelism
Internships
Internships (Collegiate)
Language Lessons
Leadership
Medical
Pastoral Training
Prayer Walking
Sports
Team Training
Other
Missionary Durations: 1 to 3 Weeks
1 to 3 Months
4 to 11 Months
1 to 2 Years
More than 2 Years
Long Term/One Way
Individuals: Yes
Divorced: Yes
Married Couples: Yes
Families: Yes
Groups: Yes
Educational Requirements: No
Does the organization provide funding? No
Does the organization provide benefits? No
Does the organization require training? Yes
Does the organization provide training? Yes

Training Required for Service:

For service of one year or more, OMS requires and provides orientation, funding training, and cross-cultural training.

Training Provided by Organization:

Orientation: 3 days Funding Training: 3 weeks, then ongoing coaching Cross-Cultural Training: 3 weeks

Long-Term Missionary Accountability Practices:

Potential missionaries have an advocate who walks alongside them every step of the way until they are on the field, and beyond. While they serve, missionaries are encouraged, supported, and held accountable by the Missionary and Family Life team at headquarters and partners on the field. Short-term groups or personnel can be requested to assist with specific projects or ministries.

Application Process:

TBC.

Volunteers

Looking For Volunteers: Yes
Volunteer Services: Construction
Host Homes
Volunteer Positions: On-site Volunteer (Part Time)
Travel Volunteer (Part Time)
Willing to accept volunteers outside of the specified denomination: Yes
Costs associated with volunteering? No
Training Provided? No