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Sunday Morning Service of Worship live-streamed on Zoom
Welcome to Worship
Worship Service Live on Zoom
Service Host Paul Gittel and Speaker Robert Griffin invite you to attend the Sunday Morning Service of Worship, beginning at 10:30 AM on October 31, 2021, live-streamed on Zoom. You can also attend in person in the Sanctuary, subject to current provincial public health regulations (see details, below).
Time: October 31, 2021 10:30 AM Winnipeg
Download a printable copy of the Order of Service on the “Events” link at the top of the page
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Meeting ID: 852 9961 6151
Provincial Public Health orders in effect.
Masks are required inside the church for all except those leading the service. A physical distance of two metres is recommended between household groups while in the church building.
There are no vaccination requirements at this time.
A STATEMENT FROM Canadian Baptists of Western Canada
The CBWC joins with the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc to mourn the deaths of the 215 children discovered in an unmarked mass grave at the site of the Kamloops Indian Residential School.
We pray for all Residential School Survivors and intergenerational survivors as this awakens afresh layers of trauma endured for generations.
These children were precious in the eyes of God. Their lives and the gifts that they had to offer were stolen from their communities and their families. We lament this irreplaceable loss, acknowledging and repenting of the ways that the Christian church enacted the state mandated policies of assimilation.
We know that lament is not enough and there is a need for just action as well. We are reminded of our commitment to the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples which guides us as a framework for reconciliation and we call for renewed commitment to the TRC Calls to Action.
Today though, is the time to express sorrow and pledge again our solidarity with Indigenous peoples in Canada. We lament together. We stand with you.
The Lordship of Jesus Christ.
The Inspiration and Authority of the Bible
Unity and Diversity in the Community
The Local and Universal Church
Wednesday Evening Bible Study
Wednesday evening Bible Study and prayer is cancelled for December 23 and 30th. We will begin again on January 6, 2021 at 7 PM. We will be studying the Book of Acts.
During the coming months, we will be using the Zoom format. You can find the link FOR ALL evenings on the Events page.
Why! Prayer Drive
It’s another New Year and we are excitedly waiting for the COVID 19 numbers to decrease and restrictions to be lifted. We pray that all of you are safe and healthy. A lot of people have been affected – loved ones died, business owners closed doors, people lost jobs, depression, etc.
What a wonderful gift we can give people as we drive past their homes and pray for them. Or now with the pandemic, pray along the maps virtually.
“Pray much for others; plead for God’s mercy upon them; give thanks for all He is going to do for them.”1 Timothy 2:1
Blinders rolled off of our eyes and we could see, understand and accept the love of Jesus. We want that for everyone.We’re so thankful for the great response we had over the last two years for the Prayer Drives.
We want to continue this year again with four more – all on Saturdays – March 20, June 12, Sept 18 & Nov 20.
Please plan to join us. It feels so good to pray believing that God is answering our prayers for the people.
If you wish to participate, please RSVP early for March 20 to Lynne Billings. She can also provide you with additional information if you have questions about this event.
Nothing is impossible for God, the Creator of the Universe! We humbly join with the Living Beings who are singing by God’s throne as recorded in Revelation 4 – “O Lord, you are worthy to receive the glory and the honour and the power, for you have created all things. They were created and called into being by your act of will.”
Prayer Request- Our fearless leader, George Derksen, is in Deer Lodge Centre Rehabilitation facility to improve his walking. He spent a few weeks in St. Boniface Hospital because of pneumonia in one lung, which is now gone. Thank the Lord!
Prayers and blessings to you and yours!
George Derksen Ann Wiens Ken & Niki Silk Susan Wolfe
Making a Difference in our Community
CarePortal brings the needs of vulnerable children and families in our community to our attention and gives us the opportunity to make a difference!
Broadway-First Baptist Church is one of several churches in Manitoba who are involved in CarePortal.
Learn more about CarePortal by clicking the button below.