Feb 28 Bulletin

Call to Worship: Jesus said, “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.”   John 10:10

MC: Kendall Reimer
Offering: General Fund
Message: Eric Isaac

Pray For This Week:

  • Our Deacons
  • Mike and Carmela Reimer as they serve with the International House of Prayer in Kansas City.

MEMC:
If you’re interested in being baptized talk to Kendall or Eric. The plan is to start classes in April.

On Saturday, Feb 20th Samantha Hamm married Justin Unrau! Congratulations! The couple will be living in Winnipeg.

This Week:
The EMC is hosting a zoom prayer meeting March 4 at 7:30 pm. The prayer time will focus on EMC missionaries involved in Bible translation ministry. To register go to: https://www.emconference.ca/prayermeeting

SBC:

  • Digital Youth Ministry is a weekend intensive with Sid Koop, March 4 – 6. After one year of living in a global pandemic, most of us have grown tired of doing ministry “online”. All of us should be excited about the possibility of meeting with kids in person. However, no matter what our context is, or what regulations we live under, youth ministry will always include the digital reality of our teens and our world. For details and to register, visit SBCollege.ca/Events or email info@sbcollege.ca.
  • Jesus as Storyteller: The Parables of Jesus is a 1-month evening intensive with James Driedger, March 11 – April 8. The parables of Jesus cannot be separated from his mission to usher in the Kingdom of God. This course will examine Jesus’ parables as found in the Gospels and will consider how they relate to his mission. For details and to register, visit SBCollege.ca/Events or email info@sbcollege.ca.
  • Join SBC and supporting conferences for the 2021 Leadership Conference, March 19 – 20. This year Dr. Gordon T. Smith, president and professor of systematic and spiritual theology at Ambrose University, will explore The Soul of the Christian Leader in the Secular Age. This event will be available live-streamed online, on-campus attendance will be dependent upon restrictions/capacity limits. Visit SBCollege.ca/Events for information and registration.