WHO WE ARE
We serve a God who GIVES
We will be a people who GIVE
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Being intentional about relationships and spiritual growth.
EVERYONE has value. EVERYONE has something to give.
40-DAYS OF PRAYER
FROM MARCH 6 TO APRIL 14 – During our 40-Days of Prayer Campaign, we’re distributing a SEEK GOD FOR THE CITY prayer guide (one per family). You can download the Seek God 2019 app at waymakers.org/app. Also, we’re asking you to submit the top three things you’re believing for/praying about this year by clicking on the button below. We’ll print your prayer items and put them in the campus chapel. So that, when we gather to pray, we can bring everything before the Lord believing together for breakthrough. At the end of our prayer campaign, we’re planning to celebrate together on the Easter weekend with special services at the Mae Wilson Theatre in downtown Moose Jaw. Watch for more details!
EXPERIENCE CHURCH – Our Saturday Night Service has changed its time and location!! We’re now meeting at 6:00 PM on our COG Campus located above the Wakamow Valley on 401 Trinity Lane. Come for a more intimate setting with worship, teaching and prayer. Children are welcome. We have a program for kids ages 12 & under.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE in your experiences as a married couple. The Marriage Mentoring Initiative pairs you with another couple (in the next stage of life) who want to listen and invest in your lives. Over the course of a year, they’ll guide you through 14 crucial conversations (created by FamilyLife Canada) for a healthy marriage. This isn’t crisis counselling, rather it’s an opportunity to share your story and learn from the life experience of another couple.
SPRING BREAK VBS – During your kids’ spring break from school, we’ve organised a 4-day Vacation Bible School on our COG campus for ages 4 to 12. The “Shipwrecked” theme will spark kids’ imaginations and take them to an uncharted island where they’re rescued by Jesus! From April 23 to 26, we will anchor your kids in the truth that Jesus carries them through every storm in life. They’ll learn to hold onto God’s promises when they are lonely, when they worry, struggle, do wrong and feel powerless.