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  • Resilient people are those who bounce back from adversity or even learn to thrive in the midst of it. This three-week course will teach us to build our resilience by working on our physical, mental and spiritual health and will give us practical ways to apply that. The course aims to be practical and inspiring.

    Facilitated by Roger Stoesz

    Starting Monday, January 11th, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.

  • The three New Testament letters of 2 and 3 John and Jude are very short and are not nearly as well known as longer books in the Bible, but each provides practical guidance for Christian living in challenging times. This three-week course using Zoom will apply the message of these three letters to everyday life.

    Facilitated by Dr. Steve McMullin

    Starting Wednesday, January 13th 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

  • Parenting during Covid times can be challenging. This five-week discussion group will include a devotional and an interactive time for parents of children ages 0 to Grade 5 to encourage one another.

    Facilitator: Dr. Kelly Shaw-Rogers

    Starting Tuesday, January 19th, 8:30 – 9:15 p.m.

  • Worry is a part of our human nature, but it doesn’t need to run your life. It has been said, “Worry gives a small thing a big shadow.” During this two-week online bible study, we will look at five ways worry hurts us and five ways to manage worry.

    Jan 31 & Feb 7 (7:00 - 8:30 p.m.)

    Facilitator: Michele Breen

  • The year 2020 has certainly been challenging for us all at many levels.... the book of 1 Peter offers great counsel as we attempt to ride out the Covid storm and other storms we face in life. It’s a book of hope that we can cling to as a Christian, and take comfort in the knowledge that God is still in control and sovereign over us.

    I’d love for you to join me in a five-week study as we look to Scripture and seek victory over despair." - Bill

    Facilitated by Dr. Bill Shaw

    Starting February 2nd


  • What does it mean to Have the Power to Change?

    At the moment you begin a relationship with Jesus, life change happens. That is when you have been rescued. But what happens when daily temptations and distractions from following Jesus leave you feeling overwhelmed and stuck in the same discouraging patterns?

    Facilitated by Corinne Kincade

    Starting February 2nd

  • What do you do when there is nothing you can do? What do you do when there's no way forward and no way out? In this six-part study, Andy Stanley answers the question, "What do you do in the meantime? We will meet Wednesdays on Zoom.

    Wednesdays 7:00-8:15 PM (February 3, 10, 17, 24, and March 3, 10)

    Facilitated by Heather Bell-Williams

Volunteer Opportunities

Kids and Youth Ministry

  • Nursery:
  • Serving in our nursery Sunday mornings at 10am with children ages, newborn to 3.   
  • We need substitutes who can be called on short notice if someone is unable to attend
  • RiverKids
  • Leaders to help lead the Sunday morning RiverKids ministry on Sunday mornings at 10am.
  • We need substitutes who can be called on short notice if someone is unable to attend
  • Tech person to operate computer and sound board
  • Youth Leaders
  • We need 3-4 Middle School leaders willing to serve on Tuesday nights from 6:15pm-8:15pm
  • We need 2-3 High School leaders willing to serve Sunday nights from 5:45-8:15. 

 

Tech Ministry

  • Sounds, lights, video: these individuals could be used to help set up for the Thursday recordings as well as learning how to use sound, lights and our sound board.
  • Video editing: we need someone capable of editing and producing videos for Sunday services and other ministries
  • Worship Centre set up: We need a small team of people to come on Wednesday afternoons and set up the chairs each for Sunday worship. 
  • Livestream chat: people able to help participate in the YouTube chat during the Sunday morning broadcast. You would need to be available from 9:30am-11:15. This role requires some preparation and technology skills. 

 

Visitation: we need people who are willing to reach out by phone to help stay connected to members of our congregation who are home bound.  This would require 3-4 phone calls a week, and a willingness to listen, and pray for people. 

 

Conversational English

  • We are looking for people who would be interested in a one on one opportunity to help people who want to strengthen their English. 
  • This would be a weekly one hour conversation built around reading the Gospel of Mark giving people an opportunity to improve their English reading and conversation skills.

 

Sunday Morning Hospitality Ministry for In Person Services, serving on a rotation

  • People to operate the computer check in system on Sunday AM from 9:30-10:15am.
  • Ushers willing to help people find a seat on Sunday mornings. 
  • Greeters: willing to welcome people as they enter the church facility on Sunday morning  

 

 

Community Outreach/Hope Mission

Bus Drivers – we need people willing to get their Class 2 license to help operate the bus for Hope Mission as well as Sunday morning worship services.

Trunk or Treat - we need at least 6 people to assemble treat bags, 6 people with cars to distribute bags at RiverCross Mission, 6 people to manage the physically distanced lines for children receiving treat bags

         Christmas Ministries: as we reenvision our ministry to our community this Christmas, we will need volunteers.

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