Ministry Focus: Peter and Arlene Paluch serve in Eastern Europe. Their involvement is assisting the national church in planting communities of faith. They are engaged in training the church planters, bringing evangelistic and community outreach teams, and encouraging the local church. They also promote missions in the indigenous church in Poland and Crimea resulting in missions teams from these countries going to minister in Africa and other places.
Ministry History: Peter and Arlene pastored in Kelowna and in 1983 heeding God's call went to Tanzania to serve as overseers of the Lake Regions. After 4 years they started ministry in a new region by planting few dozen churches. In 1996 they returned to Canada and Peter completed Master's Degree at Regent College. In 2000 Peter started to teach at Immanuel School of Ministry outside of Moscow, Russia. After serving as director of the school Peter was directing church planting project in Crimea. Currently Arlene and Peter live in Canada and are engaged in the country of Peter's origin - Poland and in Crimea.
- For church planting in Poland to expand
- For strength and wisdom for the churches and leaders in Crimea
- For a Poland church to be engaged in overseas missions