WEC International

WEC International is “a multi-ethnic, multi-national and inter-denominational movement … bound together by shared convictions, a desire to live a godly lifestyle and an unwavering commitment to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ.” WEC-NZ website.

With work in over 70 countries and workers from 50 nationalities, WEC has established centres to send and to train cross-cultural Christian workers. Eastwest College is one of WEC’s growing family of training enterprises.

SIL International

SIL International is a faith-based nonprofit organization committed to serving language communities worldwide as they build capacity for sustainable language development. SIL runs block courses at Eastwest College twice a year. These block courses are incorporated within the full-time programme but are also made available to others wishing to benefit from this unrivalled foundation in language learning.

Interserve NZ

Interserve is a network of Christians from all over the world who, using their professional skills, work together to serve people of Asia and the Arab world.

Columbia International University

Eastwest College has a long-standing co-operation with Columbia International University (CIU) facilitating Eastwest graduates to pursue further study with Columbia while also benefitting from the experience of visiting lecturers from CIU.

SIM International

SIM: Serving In Mission has about 1,600 active workers, from 37 countries serving in over 40 countries in South America, Africa and Asia.


Founded in 1865, OMF sent out its first New Zealand workers in 1891. Today 1,000 workers from 25 nations work alongside Asian Christians among 70 people groups.

Rainbows of Hope

Rainbows of Hope (ROH) is a specialized Christian ministry working to positively impact the lives of children in crisis or at risk. ROH run block courses for full-time and part-time students as part of their programme. The courses are also accessible to those of the wider Christian community wishing to attend.


Pioneers is a cross-cultural mission with a passion to facilitate everyday Christians to impact the lives of people around the world who are far from the Gospel message – culturally, linguistically, religiously and, more often than not, geographically.


The aim of GC3 is to enhance mission involvement within the network of Christian Brethren Churches in New Zealand and around the world.
GC3’s vision statement is “Effective Mission through every Church”
GC3 values strategic, shared faith based mission partnerships, empowered by prayerful dependence on God that proclaims the good news of the Gospel, loves justice, and through activities of rebuilding and renewal restores broken communities.