PASTOR'S PRAYER GATHERING

Every Wednesday @ 1:00pm MT/2:00pm CT via Zoom.

The Zoom link has been shared via email with all pastors. If you didn't receive this email, please contact the church office via Facebook or phone to request the Zoom link


HEALING SOUL WOUNDS - PART 2

The second part of the Healing Soul Wounds sessions has been confirmed!

It will take place in Edmonton Southside Church of the Nazarene, November 25-26. 


Stay tuned on social media for registration details and further information. 

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PAKISTAN FLOOD RESPONSE

DONATE TODAY to the “Pakistan Flooding - 140008” Response:


By Credit Card 

Use the "DONATE NOW" button below

Call 1-888-808-7490 or 905-602-8220 Ext 2 (Speak to Yara)


By Cheque

Make a cheque payable to the church of the Church of the Nazarene Canada, and mail to:

Church of the Nazarene Canada

3657 Ponytrail Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, L4X 1W5. 

Be sure to designate "Pakistan Flooding - 140008" 


By e-Transfer

Send to churchofthenazarenecanada@gmail.com (no password required). 

Be sure to indicate "Pakistan Flooding - 140008" in the comments box along with your full mailing address if you wish a charitable receipt.

WAINWRIGHT COMMUNITY GARDEN

We are excited about our community garden. It is truly a community project hosted on our property and spearheaded by Marian Priebe and our garden committee from our church, but with many contributions and ongoing participation from businesses, organizations and individuals within our community. It’s really been fun to see the town come together around the project. Donating supplies and work, our town has even donated the water for our garden and picnic tables for our space for the whole summer. 


The idea is that the garden is open for anyone to come and work in and when the time comes, to harvest and enjoy the produce of the garden. Our mission statement is “share the Work, share the reward.” We are looking forward to see how this brings our community together and the relationships formed through working together. We want our church property and family to be understood as open and welcoming for everyone.