We are in place to provide good governance, leadership and guidance on the most effective way to carry out our vision of sharing God's love to coastal British Columbian communities, and to represent the interest of the public by assuring that the BC Mission Boat Society serves efficiently.
Jan 31, 2017 News Release - Moving Forward
2016 Board of Directors
Chairman Rev. Scott Lyons
Secretary Kaitlyn Danielson
Financial Secretary -vacant-
Board Members Jordan Mayer
Rev. Craig Tufts
Rev. Vic Esparanza
NEWS & PRESS RELEASES
January 2017Moving Forward - Click HERE to read more
September 2016Big Changes for the BC Mission Boat Society - Click HERE to read an important announcement
May 2014Thank you to all the supporters who were able to join us for our AGM this year, on May 14, 2014. We celebrated the service of various members who were stepping down our off the board after many years of service and welcomed new and very capable members into new positions of leadership and support. We are excited for what God has instore for us in 2014-2015
May 2013Thank you to everyone who attended our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, May 15, 2013. We are very excited for all the plans to move forward and for the addition of an intern as part of our staff!
April 2012In November of 2010, the Board of Directors of the BC Mission Boat Society made a strategic decision to focus on year round land based ministry and to not lease a boat for the summer of 2011. The following fall the Board of Directors revisited that decision. We prayed for God’s guidance and reflected on our vision statement of “Connecting people in coastal British Columbian communities with God’s love.” We affirmed our previous decision to not least a boat and to focus on supporting remote coastal communities with year round land based mission teams.
November 2010The Board of Directors of the BC Mission Boat Society, in a meeting held on Monday, November 29, 2010, have made a strategic decision to focus on year round land based ministry. This reflects the growing trend of the last few years, the changing interest of our mission volunteers, and available resources. Currently land based mission teams represent 75% of our year round ministry. To focus in this direction, we have decided not to lease a boat in the summer of 2011. We have been led to this decision through careful prayer, and discussions, including the additional meeting held on Nov. 29th. We believe it will enable more individuals, youth groups, and churches to experience and share God’s love in the communities we are privileged to work with on the BC coast. We are excited about this, and invite you to join us in praying for God’s continued leading and guidance for the BCMBS.