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JOHN 10:11, 14-16
The Gospel is such an important part of our faith so we want to bring this amazing and overwhelming story to life. We want to introduce your children to Jesus and to help them meet Him, not just on Sunday but everyday. To help them understand the gospel and why its important.
Join us for action songs, puppets, memory verses, games, crafts and so much more. Starting Septmeber 12th
Titus to women
Titus 2:3-5, 12-14
Making Women Disciples of Jesus in our Community and Beyond!
Our Women’s ministry is starting up.
We want to see women coming together in the Holy Spirit to learn to focus on, listen to, and worship Jesus, who is the better portion, and in so doing to be transformed by him into the women he wants us to be. (Luke 10:38-42)
Starting up this fall.
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To learn more about The No Society and the work they do, go to their website.
We are not meant to fight the good fight alone!
We want to offer a place for men to drop our figurative masks, be real with each other, grow in our faith together, call each other out, and grow in deep meaningful friendship and brotherhood.
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Eric and Faith Needham have been working in Thailand since early 2016, along with their three children, Jake, Owen and Titus. Their work is primarily focused on leadership of a team of English teachers as well as regional leadership for their organization, Crossworld. Eric is from Michigan, USA, while Faith is a missionary kid who grew up in Mindanao, Philippiens. They met while in college and were married in 2003. They also have missions experience in China (2003-2007)
This is Marc and Lisa Honorats from Haiti Arise. Their purpose is: “To raise up godly leaders in Haiti through education to strenthen their families, neighbours and country, bring relief to poverty, stimulate the economy, and to preach the good news so that lives will be saved and hope for a stong future will be given to Haiti.
Find out more on their website at www.haitiarise.org
As part of our overall mission to love others in the name of Jesus Christ, the KPCC Board has approved partnering with CaRe (Castlegar Refugee Project) for the wonderful opportunity to help bring in a Christian refugee family to Castlegar. Efforts are being made to bring in a family from Myanmar who have lived for ten years as asylum seekers in Malaysia. They are related to the family brought in 2016, now living in Regina. The CaRe volunteer group will eventually arrange housing and support the family in their daily integration into Canadian life.
KPCC will operate as the Charitable organization that will issue tax receipts for donations to this cause. Those who wish to contribute to this cause can check the KPCC Newsletter, which will indicate the different methods in which donations can be made.
Monday - Friday - 8:30am - 1:30pm
1250 26th Street, Castlegar BC