The objective of the OMP is to mobilize, train and send out teams of students into cross-cultural areas around the world where they can learn to serve the poor, share their faith and network with Christians and missionaries from a broad spectrum of other cultures and church traditions.
The OMP program offers students course credits in missions and the option of two units of mentored ministry. WM720, offered over three weekends during the spring semester, is the prerequisite orientation class for all OMP participants (including non-student spouses who wish to go). This is followed by a contextualized, field-based learning experience of supervised cross-cultural ministry. It is required for all pursuing an M.A. in Missions and Evangelism, and it is also open to all members of the Seminary community. All participants must be endorsed and sent by a local church.
WM720: Overseas Missions Practicum (may be audited)
Up to 2 units of Mentored Ministry
Students who are interested in participating in an OMP for the next summer should submit an application online. The Wilson Center will review the application and notify you of your acceptance via email. Students are responsible for registering the courses WM720 for the Summer semester respectively, and participate in fundraising as a team for their trip.
Deadline for sign up
An opportunity for Gordon-Conwell students to travel around the world where they can learn to serve the poor, share their faith and network with Christians from a broad spectrum of other cultures and church traditions.Learn More