Announcements – Other Groups

Find announcements for our church, our denomination, and our camps on our ARBC Announcement page.

Brother Andrew, who famously smuggled Bibles into Communist Europe in the 1950s and then helped believers in Muslim countries, has just passed away. His work led to the establishment of Open Doors, which help persecuted believers worldwide.

Events and Opportunities

Regina Apostolic Church is starting a new session of Divorce Care on Thursday, September 22 at 7 pm. This is for anyone struggling with the fallout from a divorce or separation. If you can’t make the first session, you are free to join at any time. For more information, email Judy at judy@reginaap.com.
Roger Helland, Prayer Ambassador of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, will be giving a free zoom seminar on The Public Reading and Praying of Scripture. It takes place on October 1 from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm Saskatchewan time. This seminar will help you publicly read and pray Scripture more effectively, with passion and attentiveness to the Spirit, which align with the mood, flow, and purpose of the text. To register send email by September 26 to: rogerbhelland@gmail.com.
Tim and the Glory Boys will be performing their Home-Town Hoedown tour in Regina on Wednesday, October 12 at the Regina Performing Arts Centre. Find out more and buy tickets on their website.
Apologetics Canada will be holding a Launch Event on Friday October 14 at 8 pm Saskatchewan time. Find out what they’ve done during the past year and what the plans are for the hear ahead. Sign up (for free) on Eventbrite to get the zoom link.
“We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; Perplexed, but not in despair; Persecuted, but not abandoned; Struck down, but not destroyed.”- 2 Corinthians 4:8-9 (NIV) On Sunday November 6 at 6 pm Saskatchewan time, join Open Doors on their YouTube channel to pray for our persecuted brothers and sisters.


Ongoing Opportunities

The Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada have prepared a course called "Walking in a Good Way With Our Indigenous Neighbours". The course consists of reading, video, and audio. It will take approximately 20 hours to do, but as it is hosted on the website you are free to do this at a pace that is reasonable for you. Find our more and register at their website.
The Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada have prepared a course called “Walking in a Good Way With Our Indigenous Neighbours”. The course consists of reading, video, and audio. It will take approximately 20 hours to do, but as it is hosted on the website you are free to do this at a pace that is reasonable for you. Find our more and register at their website.
Souls Harbour Rescue Mission provides Emergency Services, daily meals, shelter, clothing, help for women struggling with addictions, and more, to anyone who needs it. Find out more on their website.
While our COVID situation is improving, it is still getting worse in many parts of the world, especially where people haven't had the opportunity to be vaccinated. You can help! Donate to UNICEF's Love My Neighbour Project and help get vaccines to parts of the world that need them.
We have enough vaccines here for anyone who wants one. But in many parts of the world, people are dying because they don’t have any. You can help! Donate to UNICEF’s Love My Neighbour Project and help get vaccines to parts of the world that need them.
The Salvation Army provides food and necessities to needy families all year long. They run two shelters in Regina, and this year they provided a lot of help to B.C. residents displaced by floods. Donate on their website.

The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada seeks to unite evangelicals to bless Canada in the name of Jesus. Here are some things they do:

  • publish two magazines: Faith Today (for a general audience) and Love is Moving (for youth and youth leaders). You can read them online or you can subscribe to a FREE print subscription for one or both magazines. They appreciate donations for the print magazines if you are able.
  • Study current events and make submissions about bills going through Parliament and other issues. Find details at their Canada Watch.
  • Host webinars and podcasts.
  • Send out weekly emails and a newsletter. Sign up at their website.

Open Doors documents religious persecution toward Christians around the world, and provides help and encouragement to as many as they can. Resources include:

  • A bi-monthly magazine. Here is the January-February issue. It looks at Christmas through the eyes of Christian children in countries where Christians are persecuted.
  • An annual World Watch List. The product of both desk and field research and the only one of its kind, ranks the top 50 most dangerous countries in which to live as a Christian. The number one thing persecuted Christians ask for is prayer, and this guide will help you know how to pray for our persecuted family.
  • A monthly Prayer Calendar with specific prayer requests for individual persecuted Christians and communities.
  • A weekly podcast.
  • Stories from countries around the world. The news is not all bad. Open Doors reports that in many countries, even amidst the persecution, the church is thriving.
  • The opportunity to donate to help persecuted Christians in need of food, shelter, education, or protection.
  • The opportunity to write letters to persecuted Christians to encourage them and let them know someone cares.

Did you know that 80% of illnesses in Nigeria are caused by unsafe drinking water? Many-Care Life Services is trying to change this by educating people and providing water analysis, testing kits, and filters to vulnerable households in Nigeria. They have partnered with a Maryland company called Green H2O Recycling to raise money. If you sign up with them for this project and then shop online at any of over 30,000 online companies, the companies will donate a portion of the sales to help provide Nigerians with clean water.

Alpha is an 11-week course that creates a space, online or in person, where people are excited to bring their friends for a conversation about life, faith and Jesus. We have hosted Alpha sessions in our church in the past in English and Mandarin. They are offering:

  • Webinars designed to equip the church in Canada to lead through this unique season. Many of them are applicable outside of Alpha as well. You can find the webinars on their website.
  • A report called “Leading with Hope“, which contains influential Canadian protestant church leaders’ perspectives on being the church during COVID-19. You can watch the webinar recording or download the report from their blog.
  • A free online 2-hour Leadership Conference on May 4 from 1 – 3 pm CST and again on May 5 from 5:30 – 7:30 am. It will be led by Nicky Gumbel, founder of Alpha. You can register here.
  • A YouTube playlist of stories of hope collected from Canadian churches during the pandemic. See the trailer below.

Right Now Media will be hosting several online conferences in 2021. There will be events for Men (August 20), Married Couples (September 24), Moms (October 22), and Pastors, Church Staff, and Group Leaders (November 3-5). Details will be posted at their website as they become available. If you are affiliated with our church, you can sign up for a free RNM account on our website and access their hundreds of Bible studies and conferences — right now!


CJXC is a streaming Gospel Radio station based in Ontario, with all-Canadian programming and opportunities for Christian artists. Listen and find out more at their website.

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