Festival Prayer – at Birch Cove Baptist Church Fellowship Room (9:30 to 11:30 AM), 50 Donaldson Avenue, Halifax. Prayer for HRM - started out of the Franklin Graham Crusade in 2005. FESTIVAL PRAYER CONTINUES MONTHLY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR!! For Further Information, Contact: Dorothy James (email@example.com)
Parker Street Food Bank will be giving away free coats on Thursday October 3 between 5:30 pm to 7:30pm
Parker Street Food and Furniture Bank has provided assistance to those on low or fixed income for 36 years. Parker Street assist with food, furniture, household items, school supplies and help with Christmas hampers and also operates an Emergency Fund which helps families in the midst of a financial crisis who are unable to pay for their power, oil for heating and purchase much needed prescribed medication.
Director of Donor Relations
Parker Street Food and Furniture Bank
2415 Maynard Street, Halifax, NS, B3K 3V2
Telephone: (902) 425-2125 ext. 207 Fax: (902) 453-5673
Ten Thousand Villages Crandall University Fair Tra…
Ten Thousand Villages Crandall University Fair Trade Gift SaleOctober 4, 2019 / 5:00 pm - 9:00 pmCrandall University 333 Gorge Rd, Moncton (2nd Entrance, Main Parking Lot)
You are invited to attend"Ten Thousand Villages" Crandall's University Fair Trade Gift Sale, 333 Gorge Rd, Moncton, 2nd Entrance, Main Parking Lot on Friday, Oct 4th from 5pm-9pm and Saturday, Oct 5th from 10am-3pm.
Shop with Intention & Share in the Joy! Ten Thousand Villages offers fairly traded,
unique home décor and gifts at a Ten Thousand Villages Festival Sale at Crandall
University , Stultz Hall Commons , ( 2nd Driveway, Main Parking Lot ), on Friday October
4 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM and Saturday October 5 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM . Your
purchase at the Moncton Crandall Fall Festival Sale will help skilled artisans in more
than 30 countries receive a fair price for their handcrafted wares. Call 858-8970 ext 139.
Yard Sale - South End Baptist ChurchOctober 5, 2019 / 9:00 am - 12:00 pm60 Hastings Drive, Dartmouth
Yard Sale with a bake table and BBQ hot dogs and drinks for sale too!
Saturday, October 5th, 9am - 12pm (NO early birds)
SOUTH END BAPTIST CHURCH HALL
60 Hastings Drive, Dartmouth
Lots of great finds to be had!
If you require more information contact SEB's Church Office: Lic. Jan Wile, Office Administrator at #902-463-8813.
Ten Thousand Villages Crandall University Fair Tra…
Ten Thousand Villages Crandall University Fair Trade Gift SaleOctober 5, 2019 / 10:00 am - 3:00 pm333 Gorge Rd, 2nd Entrance, main Parking Lot
You are invited to attend"Ten Thousand Villages" Crandall's University Fair Trade Gift Sale, 333 Gorge Rd, Moncton, 2nd Entrance, Main Parking Lot on Friday, Oct 4th from 5pm-9pm and Saturday, Oct 5th from 10am-3pm. Shop with intention & share in the joy!
Life Chain - Campaign Life CoalitionOctober 6, 2019 / 2:00 pm - 3:00 pmmost locations - Canada
Annual day of public witness for children killed by abortion
Life Chain is held simultaneously in more than 200 locations across Canada each year. Please mark your calendar—the next Life Chain will be on Sunday, October 6, 2019 from 2-3 pm in most locations.
A small pro-life group called Please Let Me Live in Yuba City, California held the first Life Chain in 1987, and the United States has had a National Life Chain every year since. Campaign Life Coalition brought Life Chain into Canada from the U.S. in 1990, igniting a powerful public witness in our country that has endured the test of years, saved lives and changed hearts.
Follow Campaign Life Coalition online for all the latest updates on Life Chain.
Halifax Pray for Metro – except civic holidays when the date moves to the 2nd Monday (6:30 to 8 PM) at City Hall (Halifax) Media Room (Downstairs), 1841 Argyle Street, Halifax. Prayer for Halifax City Council and the Provincial Legislature, plus their support staff. PRAY FOR METRO CONTINUES MONTHLY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR!! For Further Information, Contact: Don & Ethel Ingram (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Undecided - Seminar for Young AdultsOctober 9, 2019 / 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmBethel Presbyterian 600 Coverdale Rd., Riverview, NB
You are invited to attend a seminar for young adults on October 9th at 7 pm. The seminar entitled Undecided - Ravi Zacharias Ministries with Rev. Daniel Gilman will take place at the Bethel Presbyterian church, 600 Coverdale Road, Riverview. The evening will focus on teens/young adults with a Q & A time afterward. For more information, please visit Harvesters FM's website.
Reverend Daniel Gilman is an itinerant speaker for Ravi Zacharias
International Ministries. Previously he served as the Director for Human
Rights Projects at Canada's Parliament. In that capacity, Daniel's mandate
was to help politicians make a concrete difference against exploitation and
abuse. He also served as the director for a parliamentary program
designed to develop young leaders into effective policy makers, while
remaining grounded in their character and faith. For years, Daniel served
as speechwriter for several members of Parliament combatting human
trafficking, sexual abuse, and pornography.
Daniel served as the Pastor for Young Adults at the Metropolitan Bible
Church and the Lead Pastor of Church On Wednesday, at the heart of the
University of Ottawa, where he had the joy of leading Hindu, agnostic,
Muslim, and atheist students to Jesus Christ. He is passionate about
blending expositional preaching with Jesus-centered apologetics.
For seven years Daniel served on the board of the National Prayer
Breakfast, bringing together prime ministers, politicians, supreme court
judges, ambassadors, business women and men, as well as pastors and
innovators from across Canada and the globe. Daniel has traveled to
London, England, Canberra, Australia, and Washington, DC, to exchange
ideas one-on-one with members of cabinet, politicians, and their chief-of-
staffs to discuss issues of exploitation, human trafficking, and humility.
Daniel has spoken hundreds of time across Canada, the US, Australia,
England, and the Dominican Republic in universities, churches, schools,
pubs, and parliaments. He is a facilitator with Voice Found, helping equip
adults to protect children from sexual exploitation, and has served for half a
decade with MoveIn, a ministry where one moves into a broken
neighborhood to help their neighbors climb out of poverty.
Daniel has an MA in history from the University of Ottawa, where he
studied how the gospel inspired the movement to the end human
trafficking. He has an honors bachelor of arts in history and philosophy,
also from the University of Ottawa where he graduated summa cum laude,
and is completing graduate studies in theology from Ryle Seminary.
Daniel Gilman was ordained by the Anglican Network in Canada (ANiC) in
May 2019, and married his best friend, Alexandra Yakovelva, in June 2019.
Fall Fair & Silent AcutionOctober 15, 2019 / 9:15 am - 10:45 amCole Harbour Place: Wesphal/Forest Room
You are invited to a Fall Fair & Silent Auction on Tuesday, Oct 15, 2019 from 9:15am-10:45 am at Cole Harbour Place Wesphal Forest Room. Coffee PLus $10 Bid on items. There will be a surprise singer. Bring along an item to donate to our craft and bake sale table. Come early to browse the tables. Inspirational Speaker Hazel Matheson discusses "Finding Freedom in Forgiveness: Life is not always pretty and shiny. Coffee Reservations/Cancellations Essential by October 9th, 2019 phone/email Brenda Brooks (902) 462-5054 email@example.com Sponsored by RSVP Ministries Canada www.rsvpministries.com Printing sponsored by: A friend of Dartmouth Chrisitan Women's Club PLEASE BE SCENT SENSIVTIVE.
Dartmouth Christian Men's Prayer Fellowship BreakfastOctober 15, 2019Dartmouth Seniors Service Centre, 45 Ochterloney St, Dartmouth, NS B2Y 4M7, Canada
You are invited to Dartmouth Christian Men's Prayer Fellowship Breakfast at The Dartmouth Senior's Service Center on January 15, Tuesday, 7am at 45 Ochterloney Street. Cosit is $10 per person. Please register interest at the DCMFPB website at www.dcmfpb.ca. For Further Information, contact: Bob Lindsay at 902-434-3438 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 16, 2019 / 6:30 pm - 9:00 pmThe Journey Church, 155 Dickson Blvd, Moncton, NB
Resurrection Church will host Soul Care, a conference helping people struggling with identity,
family sin patterns, bitterness, wounds from their past, fear and anxiety October 16-19 at 155
Dickson Blvd, Moncton. Lead Pastor, Scott Carroll, and his wife Chrystal, attended a Soul Care conference
last year that greatly impacted them so much that they wanted to bring it to Moncton. Having
seen the impact of Soul Care on those around him, Worship Pastor Tim remarked, “The harvest
is overwhelming in this arena. I really believe this is one of the key callings of Resurrection
Church. Jesus is the answer and He provides the freedom so many need – we must keep fighting
these battles and we want to provide the environment for this freedom to take place.” Soul Care
costs $50 per person before October 1st and $70 after. People can register, find the schedule and
other information about Soul Care at www.rez-church.ca/soul-care-conference.
Meeting Venue: 155 Dickson Blvd, Moncton
Mail: Box 2042 Vaughan Harvey PO, Moncton, NB E1C 0T3
email@example.com | 506.588.4330 | www.rez-church.ca
Henry Schmidt spent his first 26 years of life seeking: ‘ever learning but never able to come to knowledge of the truth.’ But God brought him to the end of himself and he ‘gave up the pursuit of knowledge and found the love of our Lord Jesus Christ.’ Henry has been pastoring for 30 years as well as teaching in Bible schools and training centres as well as traveling extensively on short-term missions all over the world. He is a prophetic teacher with a passion to help disciples answer the call of the kingdom of God on their lives, securing them in their identity and releasing them into their destiny in Christ. His heart is to help bring many sons/daughters from glory to glory into their full inheritance. He and his family live in Abbotsford, BC and share the same passion for Jesus and missions.
Thursday, October 17, 2019 at 7 pm
95 Massey Ave., Moncton, NB
Door of Hope DinnerOctober 18, 2019 / 6:00 pm - 8:30 pmThe Westin Nova Scotian, 1181 Hollis St, Halifax, NS B3H 2P6, Canada
Please post this on the calendar and for the DJs to announce: "Help Open Door Centre help those who need help the most. The Help and Hope Dinner raises funds so that Open Door can help young people with unplanned pregnancies and to escape the sex industry. Join us October 18th for dinner at the Weston in Halifax. For more information, visit Open Door Centre at opendoorcentre.com and go to events. Or call 902-422-8539."
Unity Now Worship ExperienceOctober 18, 2019 / 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmMoncton Wesleyan Center 945 St George Blvd., Moncton, NB
FREE ADMISSION! Join with fellow Christians for this exciting worship experience at the Moncton Wesleyan Center at 7 pm! FEATURING: ECMA artist: Matt LeFait, Covenant Award Artists One8Tea and Martine Kelsey, singer/song writer: Jeff Sommers, Captain Greg Sparkes (Canadian Armed Forces), Bruce Belair (aka: longest serving youth pastor in Canada), Laurel Buckingham (aka: Pastor B), Pastors Joel Gorveatte and Jerry Reddy, among other musicians, worship pastors and community leaders. For more details, check out https://biblesociety.ca/unityfestival/calendar-item/unityworship-moncton/ For more information, please contact:
Promise Keepers Canada National Men's ConferenceOctober 19, 2019 / 8:45 am - 5:00 pmCornerstone Baptist Church, Cornerstone Dr, Cornwall, PEI
Every man wants to know his life matters. Call it the search for significance, a quest for meaning – the drive to leave a legacy – we want to know our life counts. We want to know we are making a difference, that someone has noticed our efforts and that our hard work matters. Today and tomorrow. And yet, the horrible truth is… most men’s lives don’t have a lasting legacy. Within a few short years, their hours at work, financial savings and hard efforts are forgotten. Time sweeps away everything. There is another way. A life of impact both now and for eternity. A way to press into the full life. The life you were meant to lead. Promise Keepers Canada National Men's Conference Saturday, October 19th (8:45 – 5 pm) at Cornerstone Baptist Church, Cornerstone Drive Cornwall, PEI Cost: $50.00 (Early Bird); Student - $30.00 Early bird registration ends today (Tuesday, October 1st) To Register Click Here:https://www.promisekeepers.ca/…/national-mens-conference-c…/ To Volunteer & Attend For Free Click Here: https://www.promisekeepers.ca/get-involved/volunteer/ (Ladies are welcome to volunteer at this event and attend for free!)
Impact national Men's Conference/Cornwall PEIOctober 19, 2019Cornerstone Baptist Church 9 Cornerstone Dr, Cornwall, PEI
You're invited to attend a Men's Conference Event name Impact National Men's Conference / Cornwall Speakers/Performers Hosted by Promise Keepers Canada on October 19 8:45 am - 5:00 pm at the Cornerstone Baptist Church 9 Cornerstone Dr. Cornwall, PEI. Enjoy an awesome weekend of encouraging speakers, live music, and fun with the guys. Bring your teens! For more information contact www.promisekeepers.ca or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lennon Recovery House 3rd annual Music for HopeOctober 20, 2019 / 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmTracadie Cross Community Centre, 148 Station Rd., Tracadie, PEI
Lennon Recover House proudly presents 3rd Annual Music for Hope
Tracadie Cross Community Centre is once again hosting a concert on October 20th, 2019, 7:00 p.m.
With the proceeds going to Lennon Recovery House
September 10th was World Suicide Prevention Day and the community
network of care and compassion will once again shine through at this
Got Blues Band has rallied together a large cast of prominent
musicians who wish to support Lennon Recovery House and all the
HOPE, healing of body, mind and spirit, it represents for Islanders.
Special guests are: Graywood, Brian Pawley, Kelley Mooney, Andrew Waite, Davis Ward,
Logan Richard, Michael Peters, Steve Guy, Pearl & Oysters to mention a few!
MC for the night will be Gordie Cox!
MINIMUM DONATION OF $20.00 Per Person AT THE DOOR
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Apostolic ConferenceOctober 25, 2019 / 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmChocolate Lake Hotel, 250 St. Margarets Bay Rd, Halifax, NS
Transforming Life Centre presents Apostolic Conference 2019 TLC International General Overseers Dr. Ralph Dartey & Pastor Regina Dartey - Host Pastor Philip Bobbie-Ansah on Friday, Oct 25 at 7 pm, Saturday, Oct 26 at 10 am, Sunday, Oct 27 at 10 am - Free Admission (902) 210-6949, email@example.com facebook transforminglifecentre Halifax
Fall Rummage SaleOctober 26, 2019 / 8:30 am - 1:00 pmSt John's United Church, 75 Alma St., Moncton
St. John's United Church, 75 Alma St., Moncton is having a Rummage Sale in the church basement on October 26th from 8:30 am to 1 pm. Something for everyone! Clothing, books, toys, linens, electronics and many many more. You don't want to miss it!
Farewell to Pastor Joel OkyereOctober 27, 2019 / 11:00 am - 12:00 pmThird Horton (Canaan) Baptist Church, 767 Canaan Mountain Rd, Kentville, NS Road
It's time for Third Horton (Canaan) Baptist Church to bid a fond farewell to our pastor, Joel Okyere. Pastor Joel will be moving to Montreal soon, so we want to send him off with a special Music Service. Old songs and new, favorites from the hymn book, and refreshments afterwards. Everyone is welcome! Sunday, October 27, beginning at 11:00 am at Third Horton Baptist Church, 767 Canaan Mountain Road.