We are back to Sunday Worship Services

 Manitoba’s COVID restrictions have changed.

These changes do have an impact on how we have our in-person services.  The ministry board has met and together we decided that we will, from this point forward, require that you be fully vaccinated (ages 12 and up) in order to attend church in person.

With this requirement, we are no longer limited to 50 people and you will not need to register for church.

You will, however, need to show proof of your vaccination, along with picture ID for those over 18.

we will still require that masks be worn throughout the service
______________________________________________________________     CHRISTMAS KETTLES
  •  Our Christmas kettles will be out on November 26 and we need volunteers!
  • If you have some time to ring the bell this year, please contact our coordinators, Majors Al & Barb Bain (phone: 204-794-4257/email click here ______________________________________________________________
 Christmas Eve Service
    will take place at 6:00 p.m. on December 24.
The Missionary Group will not be doing their Christmas Card distribution this year as many have not yet returned to church. Thank you for your understanding.
  • Christmas Community Eventwe are currently working in partnership with BMFRC to provide an outdoor community outreach event on December 10 and we need your help. If you have extra Christmas trees, lights, or fire bowls that we can borrow, please let Major Kris know. More information will follow on details of the next week ____________________________________________________________________
Salvation Army's EDS team photo
The Salvation Army is accepting donations to support emergency relief in response to the floods in British Columbia.
 Richmond Hospice is flooded and evacuated, all patients transferred to other locations
  • Abbotsford Corps & Cascade Court apartments evacuated, due to order, presently dry and no damage
  • 4 EDS teams busy in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Kamloops, Kelowna – supporting evacuees from Hope, Princeton, Merritt
  • SA EDS volunteers preparing 1300 daily meals that are being airlifted (government helicopters) to Hope where there are 1200 stranded people due to closed highways and limited food and power
  • Vancouver is completely cut off in every direction due to closed and damaged highways, you can drive to Abbotsford but no further


The Salvation Army is currently on the ground in six of the hardest-hit communities feeding and hydrating first responders and evacuees, while also providing shelter, blankets, jackets and much-needed spiritual care. Please donate today and your donation will go directly towards helping these communities today and into the aftermath of these floods.


Donation Information:
Donations for the BC Flood Response Fund may be made online at SalvationArmy.ca/BCFlood or through 1-800-SAL-ARMY.

Cartridges (Offering)– We have new cartridge envelopes available for the new year. If you would like to receive yours, please let me know and I will send it out. Alternatively, I will hold on to them until we can meet together again.
Also, if you would like to set up pre-authorized payments for your convenience, I have attached the form. Simply fill it out and return to me. PAD Authorization Form for Contributions Donations





  All Church groups– Please submit your monthly stats

to  Major Bruce, as he needs to submit them to DHQ.  Thanks!