Thanks, CBC for the interview! Since the project is eligible for federal funding, we are now working to fundraise the $144,000 remaining in the community campaign alongside the $97,000 for the internal campaign. Pretty exciting![Read more…] about CBC Interview – The Play Park Project
I wanted to share something that God put on my heart in the early days of the Play Park Project. I’m absolutely the type of personality, that if I’m doing something… I’m all in. Therefore, when I was asked to lead the Play Park Project, I didn’t waste any time. I had my ‘to do’ lists, my objectives, and my ideal time-line for events. However, after only a few weeks, it became obvious that God’s heart for this project was much bigger than a simple… “Get it done” approach.[Read more…] about People vs Vision
Huge thanks to All Churches Trust Ltd. for the donation of $10,000 toward the play park project. We greatly appreciate the support and look forward to the completion of this space![Read more…] about Donation from All Churches Trust Ltd.
I’m excited to announce that the Play Park Project is receiving a $60,000 donation from a caring individual in the Saint John area!! We now have $146,000 raised, which is exactly 25% of our community fundraising campaign. What a great way to end the year! Looking forward to seeing what 2017 has in store for this project!
Here we are seven years later. We have grown together as a church family and focused in on God’s call for our community. You see, if we had finished the church building exactly as planned, 7 years ago, it would have been fairly self-focused (meeting the needs of the internal worshiping community). Throughout these past seven years, our church has caught sight of a larger vision that involves sinking our best efforts into blessing the community around us. That’s how we’ve found ourselves in the place we’re in now.[Read more…] about More Than Just a Play Park…
I love our church story. It’s a story of faith and enduring hope. Let me explain. Our church is an amalgamation of 9 church families. That means that 9 rural churches, all supported one common vision. Namely, instead of struggling separately within close proximity of each other, they would join forces, pool resources, and form one church family.[Read more…] about How It All Got Started