As a missional people, we support and are actively involved with God’s mission locally and globally.
Canadian Baptist Ministries (CBM) is the global mission efforts of Canadian Baptists from coast to coast – including us!. Through global and national field staff in over 14 countries, CBM seeks to create lasting change in the name of Christ through grassroots leadership development sustainable community development, pioneer outreach, and global discipleship.
Canadian Baptist Ministries also coordinates emergency relief after disasters. When disasters happen, they work with national partners to get relief – quickly and effectively -to those most in need. After a disaster, donations can be made immediately through CBM.
Short Term Mission
Beginning in February 2016 we have launched a partnership with Canadian Baptist Ministries to do short term mission trips to Cuba. We support, serve, and encourage the Fraternity of Baptist Churches of Cuba. Some of the projects include recovery from Hurricane Irma, microcredit projects to support vulnerable families who want to start or develop a small business and leadership training on integral mission. Interested in being part of the team? Contact Stephen Reynolds (email@example.com) .
For the past several years we have done inter-generational short term missions to Chapalla, Mexico.
Long Term Mission
We support the mission and ministry of people, from our own congregation, who are in long term mission work:
- Lisa Ratzlaff, SIM (Serving-In-Mission), Zambia
Through our denominational mission partner, Canadian Baptist Ministries, we have partners-in-mission:
- Bruno and Kathleen Soucy, Latin America
- David and Suzannah Nacho, Bolivia
- Tim and Kallie Hutton, Bolivia
We are the founding partner for Days for Girls (Lethbridge Chapter), an international organization dedicated to creating a more free, dignified, and educated world, through providing lasting access to feminine hygiene solutions and health education.
We currently sponsor a Syrian refugee family of 6. In the past we have sponsored refugees from other parts of the world.