OUR Missionaries

Medway Village Church is committed to world missions and has for many years partnered with various ministries around the world as well as in the US. We are currently in long-time partnerships with various ministries.

  • John & Melinda Bernard

    UNited world Missions

    John and Melinda have been with the UWM since 1989 and John has served as president since 2002. United World Mission equips leaders, establishes churches, and engages in holistic mission around the world. 90% of churches in the world are led by men and women who have little or no training for ministry. 

    UWM seeks to make relevant theological education, practical training, and spiritual formation accessible to every ministry leader in every nation!

  • Steve and Natasha Hope

    International Students Inc.

    Steve is the Boston City Director of ISI, a ministry reaching out to thousands of the more than 1,100,000 international students who study in the United States each year. ISI exists to share Christ's love with international college students.

  • Mark & Lois Shaw


    Mark is on the faculty of Africa International University (AIU) in Nairobi, Kenya and directs its Centre for World Christianity. Lois is involved in leadership and institutional development with AIU and Africa by Design Safaris, an organization that enables successful North American women to partner with women leaders in Africa to find sustainable solutions to alleviate poverty.

  • David and Michelle

    Global Missions Pioneers America

    This is a young couple, both graduates of Gordon-Conwell Seminary, who with their two young sons are working in the middle east. Due to the sensitivity of the situation we are not free to share more on this site.

  • Russ and Ramona Simons

    Philippines World Venture/ International Partnership Assoc.

    After decades of fruitful work in the Philippines Russ and Ramona found it necessary to retire December 31, 2020 after Russ suffered a stroke. However, they have continued in a part-time role as Global Specialists, enabling them to provide counsel to other missionaries from the wealth of their experience and to make trips back to the Philippines to touch base with those who continue to minister there.

  • GTi Hope

    The mission of GTi Hope is to train and equip the indigenous church in India to reach their own people with the Gospel by providing them with Bibles in all 17 major languages, training inchurch planting, training in conducting Bible-content literacy classes, training in conducting children's Bible programs, and self-help projects.

  • Y-Malawi

    Y-Malawi is a ministry which our CCCC group of churches has chosen to join with in partnership. This program is implemented through the local churches and reaches out through leadership development, basic theological education, agricultural and vocational training, kids clubs and youth clubs, health and nutrition education, discipleship and Bible studies, savings and financial skills training, and empowering vulnerable women and girls. MVC is involved by sponsoring an elderly woman named Agnes.

  • The Bridge House

    New England Aftercare Ministries

    Located in Framingham, MA, the Bridge house is a faith-based recovery home for men with substance abuse problems. The only requirement for acceptance to the Bridge House is a minimum of 30 days of verifiable sobriety from drug and alcohol abuse and a true desire and commitment to stay sober and build a life that sustains their new found freedom.

  • Amirah, Inc. 

    Amirah New England

    Our Christmas offerings for the last two years we have supported Amirah, a local ministry in New England which exists to provide exit and aftercare opportunities to women exiting the commercial sex trade.