about the FIELD
OMS entered Mozambique in 1996 shortly after the devastating civil war that ended in 1992. A team was formed in Maputo, the capital city, under the leadership of the Rev. Bruce Callendar and his wife Mabel. In the same year, the Mission established Christian Academy in Mozambique (CAM); a Christian International School for primary and secondary age students. Soon after the vision for Maputo Biblical and Theological Seminary was birthed, funds were raised and a four storey building was built. In 2020, we celebrate ten years of its four-year degree level programme. In the early years, OMS focused on evangelism, Bible studies and church planting which gave birth to the Living Word Evangelical Church (Igreja Evangelical Palavra Viva). Today, OMS partners with this Mozambican denomination in a number of ways, not to mention the Helping Hands Compassionate Outreach ministry that seeks to reach out in word and deed to people living with disability. Our vision is to establish a strong church, institutions (School and Seminary) and ministries (including Helping Hands) that will impact this nation until Christ returns.
Ministries AND PROJECTs
Mozambique Helping Hands
Helping Hands Compassionate Outreach
Showing God’s love amongst those living with disability
A donation of £300 covers the purchase, shipping and distribution of one wheelchair.
Impact the lives of missionary kids, international families and Mozambicans by serving at CAM.
Encourage our current teachers serving in the school.
Must have relevant teaching qualifications.
Exercise strong leadership to grow the school, review and develop our international curriculum, invest in our African and international teachers, recruit new staff members, maintain financial viability and move the school into a new accreditation phase.
Direct and shape the curricula and teaching processes. mentor our African and International teachers, work with the school director to recruit new staff members, and move the school into a new accreditation phase.