God’s witnesses to the ends of the earth

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Answering the call to mission “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all…

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Reality goes to The Chapel

Monday, February 9, 2015

A church plant celebrating its sixth anniversary has moved from its school gym meeting place and into a traditional sanctuary. The 200-plus congregation of Reality Vancouver Church is the new tenant in a Lutheran-built church currently owned by the Anglican Diocese of New Westminster.

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John Neufeld appointed to Back to the Bible Canada

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

John Neufeld, senior pastor of Willingdon MB Church, Burnaby, B.C., for 15 years, has been appointed Back to the Bible Canada’s first Canadian Bible teacher in its 75-year…

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Willingdon pastor resigns

Monday, September 8, 2014

John Neufeld, lead pastor of Willingdon Church, Burnaby, B.C., has resigned, effective immediately. He served the congregation for 15 years. In his final sermon, Sept. 7, 2014, Neufeld…

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Tribute: Carlin Weinhauer

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Carlin Weinhauer  October 31, 1939–April 19, 2014 Carlin Weinhauer was a professor and administrator at Briercrest Bible College for 15 years and pastor at Willingdon Church, Burnaby, B.C.,…

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50 ways to Care

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

“Caregiving begins with God,” says Walter Wiens, pastor of care and administration at Clearbrook MB Church, Abbotsford, B.C. “I need to ask, ‘What is Jesus up to? How…

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Vancouver church closes, bequeaths building to new plant

Thursday, August 1, 2013

South Hill Church, a six-year-old union between two Vancouver MB congregations at 43rd Avenue and Prince Edward, is closing. Coincidentally – or providentially – it’s the same area where a new C2C church plant, Christ City, is just forming.

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Willingdon celebrates 50 years

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Some talk about it as one of a handful of B.C. megachurches (defined as a church whose weekly attendance exceeds 2,000). Some admire the church’s choir, a relative rarity these days. Some applaud the regular invitations to newcomers to accept Christ as Saviour. Some celebrate how the church has adapted and shifted in sync with the spectacular growth of Burnaby/Vancouver, meeting the needs of both the new and established ethnic communities of a cosmopolitan city.

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We are in the same family

Friday, November 9, 2001

Ethnic Chinese have been living in Canadian cities for a very long time, but the development of Chinese Mennonite Brethren churches has only occurred fairly recently. In 1972, pastor Henry Klassen of Pacific Grace Mission Chapel in Vancouver saw the increasing number of Chinese residents in his area and decided to pioneer outreach to the Chinese. Since then, the Chinese MB family has grown to over 20 churches in three countries.

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