SDACC Board Releases Position Statement

On November 18, 2018, the Board of Directors of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada voted the following position statement: VOTED, The Board of Directors of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada (SDACC) hereby affirm: Consistent with the July 11, 1990, decision of the General Conference Session, “… the Scriptures and the writings of Ellen […]

Epic Church Takes Off in Red Deer, Alta.

Just before summer 2015, a dozen young adults gathered in a 700-square-foot apartment to talk about their faith. Each recognized a need in their community and a desire to align their passion with Jesus’s calling, and thus a small group was formed. The core members wanted to develop their leadership potential, so as they dreamed […]

First Filipino-Canadian Church Holds Children’s Stewardship Retreat

On Feb. 10, 2018, at Guelph Bible Centre, the First Filipino-Canadian Adventist Church’s children’s ministries, in partnership with the stewardship department, launched the first children’s stewardship program during its annual winter retreat. This new initiative of Ontario Conference’s Stewardship and Children’s Ministries aims to teach our children about holistic stewardship with language and actions they […]

SDACC Appoints New Indigenous Ministries Liaison

On September 25, 2018, the Board of Directors for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada (SDACC) selected Campbell Page to serve as the Coordinator/Liaison for Indigenous Ministries in Canada. Page, a registered Métis, holds a doctoral degree in building interfaith community understanding and partnerships.   Page states, “There is a Cree word kintohpatatin, which essentially […]

Feasibility Review Committee Presents to Burman Board of Trustees

LACOMBE, AB – On September 30, 2018, the committee reviewing the feasibility of a merger between College Heights Christian School (CHCS) and Parkview Adventist Academy (PAA) gave their report to the Burman Board of Trustees at the 2018 fall meeting. After listening to the input of concerned stakeholders, the Feasibility Review committee engaged an external ad hoc committee to reviewthe […]

Journey in the Park Worship

On July 28, 2018, the Berea Seventh-day Adventist Church congregation on 353 Sherbourne Street downtown Toronto met in the Allan Garden Park to worship for the fourth time. The goal of this event was to mobilize the Berea congregants to serve the Cabbagetown neighbourhood and make the church visible in the community. The event was […]

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