Worship Services are live-streamed on Zoom​.​ In-person attendance in the Sanctuary will resume when circumstances permit.

Time: 10:30 AM Winnipeg

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Meeting ID: 852 9961 6151
Passcode: 424193

A link to the Zoom Service being held Friday, May 12, at 11 AM Eastern (10 AM Central) time can be found here:

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The Wednesday Evening Bible Study and Prayer time is currently on a hiatus.


Scripture reminds us that our God calls us to listen to his voice, and to discern together how to live faithfully in this world and to do that by creating space for His Spirit to guide us. Our God invites us to join Him at work in His world. We invite you to join with our Canadian Baptist of Western Canada Churches each Sunday during your worship service prayer time, beginning January 9th through February 27th, 2022, as we collectively pray “Thy kingdom come, thy will be done.”

Sermon topic for January 16, 2022 inspired by Acts 15: 36-41
Carolling on Chestnut, December 4th: We met lots of appreciative neighbours and prayed for a fellow who told us, from his second storey window, about expecting a lonely Christmas after losing two loved ones during the pandemic.

Contact Broadway at or call 204-783-4413 to reserve your place(s)!

Christian leaders across Canada are struggling with how to navigate increasingly polarized conversations with their congregations, families and friends. During seasons of change, it is common for perspectives to polarize and for people to struggle with talking well with one another. How do we, as Jesus followers, converse with divergent viewpoints and engage in active listening with a Christlike posture? What skills do we need to acquire to tackle tough conversations?
You are invited webinar with Dr. Betty Pries offers a practical and engaging learning experience, offering tools and practices for transforming polarized conversations. Join others from across Western Canada in this online Zoom space to learn together about this timely and important topic.

Building Blocks of Communication
Congregational harmony depends on our ability to engage in healthy disagreement with one another. This session considers the building blocks of communication, how these building blocks show up at congregational meetings, in the parking lot, and at potluck dinners. Together, we will explore how to use the building blocks of communication to enhance understanding and disagree better with one another, strengthening congregational harmony.

Let’s be a community together!

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