In 2012, without enough money to pay the rent, the decision was made to become a church without walls. The lack of a permanent home has actually made the ministry more available to the community.
In June, the General Assembly agreed the denomination should "develop a plan to implement the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission related to church apologies and reconciliation."
How does a structural engineering student link his passion for concrete to a passion for spreading the gospel? Three words: Engineering Ministries International. EMI is a Christian development non - governmental organization that partners with missionaries in the majority world to "design a world of hope" for the materially poor. The [...]
At St. Andrew's in Sutton, Ont., a town on Lake Simcoe, the congregation is small. Tiny even. However, it grows to nearly four times its size when considering the people who visit the church every Tuesday for a free community meal—a weekly event that celebrated its 10th birthday last month. [...]
Taking up the challenge to broaden and deepen our understanding of the First Nations communities in our country, and strengthen efforts towards healing and reconciliation, three churches of the North Okanagan region of British Columbia invited Hummingbird Ministries to participate in a 10-day tour.