OMS UK is looking for spiritual, adventurous, and prayerful individuals to creatively respond to God’s call and the needs of the world around us. Our mission is to introduce people to Jesus, and to help His church in over 50 countries do the same. From Londrina to Manila, Johannesburg to Moscow, OMS is making a difference.
Students and singles, couples and families, are choosing God’s call over ordinary living. Throughout the UK and across the globe God is calling ordinary people to do extraordinary things.
WHAT WE DO
OMS is a global mission working in over fifty countries on six continents. Through prayer and action we seek to fulfil the Great Commission in some of the most challenging areas of the world.
OMS exists to establish responsible, reproducing, Christ centred churches among the nations. We endeavour to achieve this through our dynamic four-fold focus: Evangelism, Church Planting, Training Leaders and Strategic Partnership through National Church Fellowships.
The OMS mission statement reads:
“By God’s grace, One Mission Society unites, inspires and equips Christians to make disciples of Jesus Christ, multiplying communities of believers around the world.”
Find out more about the vision that God has given us to share His Good News to the world...
Find out more about the story of One Mission, and how we have served God across the world...
Find out more about who is part of OMSUK and the ministries that we are involved in...
Bill Anderson became involved with the OMS UK trustees in the early 1980s. He served as the UK National Director of Men for Missions and was asked to join the board meetings to represent MFM. In 2006 he joined the board as an elected member, continued to serve, and currently serves as the OMS UK Board Chairman.
Hazel has been on the board of OMS since 2008.
She graduated from Queens in 1975 and studied theology in Emmanuel Bible School for a further three years. She served with WEC international for five years in Indonesia. Hazel is married to Rev Bobby Loney, a Methodist minister. She worked as a lay pastoral assistant and outreach worker with the Methodist church in Ireland for many years.
Peter joined the OMS Trustee Board in 2001, having a background as a Solicitor in commercial private practice. He has been involved in voluntary mission related work with OMS in Asia and with OMS and ECC in Eastern Europe.
Alan lives in the country outside Newtownards, Co. Down and worships at Greenwell Street Presbyterian Church in Newtownards. He is married with two children and works part-time as a surveyor. Alan is UK National Director of Men for Missions, an organisation affiliated to OMS, by which men and women can serve God in practical ways, usually by building or similar works.
Eddie is retired but continues to be extremely busy. He is Treasurer (and vice-chair) of a Northern Ireland charity (Action Cancer) where he chairs the Audit and Governance Committee. He has a keen interest in mission and is a Trustee of the Bangor Worldwide Missionary Convention, after serving for a number of years as Secretary. Eddie has over 30 years in health and personal social services, particularly in corporate services, IT and Risk Management. Married to Sheila, he has two children and enjoys being a grandparent.