Global Partners, WP International

EMCC's Global family of Churches known as World Partners International (WPI) is a network where a broader vision of the Global Church is gained, and where we participate together in Jesus' Mission in the world.

Many of the Member Churches that belong to WPI have grown out of long-standing mission ties between Canada and other Nations. Others are strong, indigenous-led Disciple-making movements, and have been sponsored in by existing Members into the network. Leaders are building friendships, and learning ways to mutually support one another.

World Partners International hold meetings every two years.

World Partners International Members

CountryDenominationPresident
Brazil
Igreja Missionária Unida do Brasil
Rev. Paulo Sérgio da Silva
Canada
Evangelical Missionary Church of Canada
Rev. Kervin Raugust
Columbia
Iglesia Misionera Internacional de Colombia
William Hernández
Cuba
Iglesia Evangelica Misionera de Cuba
Rodolfo Rodriguez Matos
Dominican Republic
Iglesia Evangélica Misionere
Manuel Prud-Homme
Ecuador
Iglesia Evangélica Misionera de Ecuador
Rev. Jaime Pazmino
Ethiopia Ethiopia Missionary Church (Associate Member)  
Haiti
L'association des Eglises Missionnaires (AEM)
Rev. Maccene Limpreux
India
United Missionary Society
Rev. Joren Basumata (President)
& Rev. Shane D'Souza (VP)
Jamaica
Missionary Church Association
Rev. Teddy Asiel
Kenya
International African Partners
Charles Kinyanjui
President of WPI, 2018-20
Malawi
Missionary Church of Malawi
James Chikopa
Mexico
Iglesia Misionera de Mexico
Rev. Bernardo Cabrera Gonzalez
Nepal
Missionary Church of Nepal / SARA
Rev. Tej Rokka
Nigeria
United Missionary Church of Africa
Dr. Moses Tswayna (President)
& Ezekiel Ango (Mission Director)
Phillippines
Asian Missionary Church, Phillippine Islands
Rev. Marc Dalusung
Sierra Leone
Missionary Church Association
Rev. Sam Bangura
United States of America
Missionary Church Incorporated
Rev. Steve Jones
Venezuela Iglesia Misionera en Venezuela COMIVE José Morocoyma
Zambia Global Missionary Movement Benson Chembe