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The countdown has begun! OMZA is very excited to inform you all that the Logos Hope Ship will be arriving in 2016! We are looking forward to an amazing experience together and we hope you are excited about what God has in store for you! Please check in with us to stay up-to-date with when the Logos Hope is in each port as it travels around South Africa. You don’t want to miss an opportunity to visit the ship when it is near you!

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Upcoming Events

  • Fireplace

    Thursday evening 18.00 at the Link
    The Fireplace is a monthly gathering where missionaries share their stories and experiences from the missionary field.Come and hear what God is doing in Read More
  • Logos Hope 2016

    17 th March - 3 rd April 2016
    Our goal is to bring knowledge, help and hope to the people of the world. We do this by supplying vital literature Read More
  • GO Challenge 2016

    26 th June - 7 th July 2016
    The GO Challenge will encourage, excite and mobilise believers like you for the great commission. Our vision is to mobilise churches through empowering Read More
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  • Henna opens doors for the Gospel

    Diaspora Hope

    They found themselves in a room they would never have found on their own, full of Somali ladies, getting some henna decorations and just chatting with one another.Tami Read More
  • Standing up for Jabulani

    AIDS Hope

    At the young age of 12, Jabulani has more responsibilities than an average adult in South Africa. His mother is HIV+ but she has more than the health Read More
  • The reality of a father’s absence


    My name is Ricardo Golden. I’m 29 years old and currently working with OM South Africa. One of my favourite quotes is “bend a tree while it’s still young”, Read More
  • Once and for all


    A crucial part of the MDT programme is the module known as “inside-out”, where the trainees have the opportunity to reflect and deal with personal issues within themselves. MDT Read More
  • Intensive Missionary Training


    Twelve participants gathered in the South East coast town of Port Elisabeth, South Africa a few weeks ago to take part in the Intensive Missions Training course (IMT). The Read More
  • A Spirit-led Scavenger Hunt

    GO Challenge

    The GO Challenge is an initiative of OM South Africa, committed to mobilising churches and believers from all walks of life to go out and share the love Read More
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About OM

OM South Africa (OMZA), in relationship with churches, disciples and sends workers to see lives and communities transformed locally and among the nations.

Operation Mobilisation (OM) is an international and interdenominational faith-based missions organisation. We see ourself as an integral part of the church and we are committed to strengthening the church through mobilising people from all walks of life into world missions. Currently there are over 3,000 people working in over 110 countries, serving with OM. We provide on-the-job training and send out short-term and long-term international teams by land and by sea. Our aim is to see churches planted among the least-reached people groups of the world.


Our passion is to bring as many people to the understanding of the Gospel by sharing the good news.

relief & development

OM is the arms of response for many churches bringing compassion to the suffering and dignity in lifting the disadvantaged.

church planting

In everything we do, our goal is to establish healthy faith communities that impact their society, especially where there are none.


We care about justice because God does, whether by helping the poor into a better tomorrow, confronting human trafficking or raising HIV/AIDS awareness.

mentoring & discipleship

Discipleship in OM means hands-on training, side-by-side, on international teams under national leadership. It’s walk, not talk!


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