EAL Discipleship: Relate one-on one with those in the EAL class who may be interested in joining a Bible study that arranged for them. There is enormous opportunity for relationships with spiritually hungry newcomers to Canada.
For more information, please contact Julia Todd.

EAL Spiritual Growth Coordinator: People are attending the EAL class to learn conversational English, but many may be spiritually hungry and ready for a simple English Bible study. There are opportunities to build relationships as well as to share the Gospel.
For more information, please contact Julia Todd.

“Grief Share” Director: For those with a heart to care for hurting people, and a desire to walk with people on their healing journey, this is an opportunity to run and oversee a recurring 13-week course and grief support group that assists people who are walking through the grieving process regarding a recent loss. Workbooks and training are provided.
For more information, please contact Aaron Wiebe.

“Grief Share” Group Facilitator: For those with a heart to care for hurting people, and a desire to walk with people on their healing journey, this is an opportunity to help with a recurring 13-week course and grief support group that assists people who are walking through the grieving process regarding a recent loss. Workbooks and training are provided.
For more information, please contact Aaron Wiebe.

Heirforce Small Group Leaders: This is an opportunity to work with either the Grade 1 & 2s or the Grade 3 & 4s on Sunday mornings after the worship. Heirforce begins in a large-group format, but once it breaks up into small groups of 5-8 children, the groups are either all boys or all girls. Leading small groups involves leading discussions to do with the large-group lesson, doing an applicable craft, and playing games.
For more information, please contact Fiona Peters.

Hospital Visitation Coordinator: When someone is in the hospital, it’s a great encouragement when visitors come to encourage and pray with them, but not necessarily if they come all at once or in quick succession. That is why it would be a great help if a caring and administrative person was able to lead and coordinate a team of volunteers to oversee hospital visitation for members of the Panet congregation. Such arrangements would be in addition to visits from Gateway Panet’s pastoral staff.
For more information, please contact Peter Todd.

Hospital Visitation Volunteer: When someone is in the hospital, it’s a great encouragement when visitors come to encourage and pray with them, but not necessarily if they come all at once or in quick succession. That is why it would be valuable if a team of caring, patient, encouraging and prayerful people could be coordinated to strengthen the pastoral care of those in the congregation who are in hospital. The people on this team would provide visits in addition to visits from Gateway Panet’s pastoral staff.
For more information, please contact Peter Todd.

Impact: This is a Sunday class for those in Grades 5 and 6, and happens during both Sunday morning services, beginning after the worship until the end of each service. This is a great group of kids who have lots to talk about and many questions as they learn more about their walk with the Lord. This class requires a lead teacher as well as others to work supportively with the teacher.
For more information, please contact Fiona Peters.

Sunday Respite: Helping parents who have children with special needs by spending time with the child during the first half of the service. The demands of having a special needs child can be quite tiring, and requires one parent to always be occupied by the child on a Sunday. This ministry provides these parents with the break they need so as to worship together as parents.
For more information, please contact Fiona Peters.

Youth Mentor: The vision of Gateway’s Youth Ministry is to multiply disciples who spread a passion for the glory of God through Jesus Christ to every nation and every generation. Youth mentors have the privilege of investing in the lives of young people and young leaders, discipling them so that they grow in their walk with Jesus. When pursued in a consistent way, the rich reward is seeing a young person become more like Jesus, and then go on to disciple other youth.
For more information, please contact Will Horner.