The Asian and Multicultural Ministries in Canada is currently seeking to hire a full-time Children’s Ministry Director. Interested candidates should submit their applications on or before 23 January 2015. Please click the link below for more information about this position.
The Emmanuel Outreach Mission (Boston) is a new Cantonese-speaking outreach mission planted under the care of the Asian and Multicultural Ministries in Canada,
part of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). It began gospel gatherings in January 2014 to “respond to the Great Commission by so presenting Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit that all may come to know Him as Savior and follow Him as Lord in the fellowship of His Church.” The congregation in forming continues to share the gospel with the Chinese community in the Boston as biblically faithful Anglicans.
Follow News and Events from Emmanuel Outreach Mission on their Facebook page.
At the dinner, Bishop Charles Masters, the Diocesan Bishop of ANiC, will give his words of encouragement; and three of our church plants will share their stories: Christ the Redeemer, Toronto – the growing student ministry at A Quiet Place, located right next to the downtown campus of University of Toronto; Bethel South Asian, Brampton – their outreach to the Pakistanis; and Good Shepherd Calgary (Cantonese) – their stories of continuous adult conversions and building up financial stability for future independence. Through their sharing, we hope you would better understand the struggles and development of our church plants.
Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
On September 7 (Sunday), the Rev Tom Lo of Good Shepherd Cantonese Calgary will be ordained into priesthood. On behalf of Tom, we would like to invite you to attend the service if you are close by.
Date: September 7, 2014 (Sunday)
Venue: 504 – 30th Ave NW, Calgary (Our Lady of Peace Maronite Catholic Church)
We thank God for Tom and his service at Good Shepherd Cantonese Calgary. May God use Tom to help the growth of this church plant spiritually and numerically through their monthly outreach, weekly worship service, weekly Bible study and
person to person ministry.
Bethel South Asian in Brampton, ON will have their church picnic on August 2 (Sunday) in Midland, ON. They welcome your participation. If you have South Asian friends in that area, please bring them along. For details, please contact the Rev. Wilson Nazim directly at 905-782-2720 (cell) or email@example.com.
With the support of other Filipino organizations in the area, Holy Trinity (Filipino) is organizing an Igorot Festival Day on July 12, 2014 in a park. Igorot means mountain people in the Philippines, and most members of Holy Trinity are Igorots. May God use this opportunity to reach out to more people who are yet to know Jesus. Please also ask God would grant them good weather for this day of celebration.
Details of the Festival Day is below:
Date: JULY 12, 2014
Venue: LAURIER PARK (13221 Buena Vista Rd NW, Edmonton, AB T5R)
Time: 10:00 A.M.
I – Registration
II- Parade with Costumes
III- Cultural Presentation by Tribes
IV- Games for Adults and Children (e.g. Tug of War, Sack Race, etc.)
V- Food & Beverages – Potluck
Please contact Rev. Robert Gomowad directly at 780-487-4704 or the Rector’s Warden Mr William Baucan at 780-456-8119.
Yesterday, the Church of All Nations (Japanese) celebrated Tanabata, a Japanese star festival. People generally celebrate this day by writing wishes on a paper strips and hanging them on bamboo tree, sometimes with other decorations. At All Nations, the kids wore their Yukata and Samue and wrote their prayers to our heavenly Father. Then the prayers were hung up on a bamboo branch.