We Rise as One – Funding Partnership with Compassion
Compassion is a key ministry partner of our church and we want to support their “We Rise As One” campaign that is raising money to address COVID-19 related needs in developing countries, including Nicaragua where we are involved; Our church has decided to match our people’s giving to We Rise As One up to $10,000. Over the next three weeks, the church will give a dollar for every dollar that our people give (Note: We need to have this wrapped up by the end of this fiscal year which ends July 31). Our goal is to raise a total of $20,000 for We Rise As One.
We desire to passionately follow the Father and be transformed into His likeness.
Online services only
We will be online at 9AM, 11AM and 6PM every Sunday. These services are available via facebook live with a moderator to chat with, on YouTube, and also on our Media page.
Plan to gather with your family to participate in online services together!
Virtual Lobby - Sundays after each morning service
This is a great opportunity to interact with others in your church family.
We desire to graciously enfold anyone into our warm and loving,
Jesus calls us to love one another. During this difficult time, we need to take care of one another more than ever before. We have started a bridge builders initiative; this will help connect those who need support & connection to those who can offer assistance.
Our community benefits greatly when we reach out to listen and help each other. Sign up today!
There are Community Bridge Builders available who care and are ready to listen to your request!
We desire to boldly love our community, speaking hope through Jesus and reaching out to those in need.
We are called to help others and serve with the gifts we have been blessed with.
This is a great opportunity for our city to experience the love of God in a tangible way.
We are actively working with My City Care and both Food Banks to serve our City.
We are partnering with MyCityCare, and our city’s two foodbanks, to address the emergency needs of people in our city; This includes vulnerable populations such as seniors, those experiencing homelessness, and children living in poverty.
We strongly encourage you to look in to ways you can be supporting our community by donating your time and money to our partner organizations within the city.
There are many areas where we can provide assistance!
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+(403) 329 3125
4717 24 Avenue South
Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 7C1