Join the World Renew Team! - World Renew is currently hiring a passionate communications professional to join their team in Burlington, Ontario as a Marketing Communications Writer. This position supports the vision and mission of World Renew and the Constituency Relations (CORE) team by researching, writing, editing, and coordinating the production of communications projects that inspire, educate, and motivate. Check out World Renew's website for more information: https://worldrenew.ca/careers.
Safe Church Ministry is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, July 29th at 12 pm EDT. The topic will be Why the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study Matters: Implications for Serving Those that Have Experienced Trauma and Adversity. This event will be led by Tara Boer. Join the Zoom meeting at https://crcna.zoom.us/j/97045620205?pwd=RHRRSng2K2FTL0tYY2N2WE9wdGtlQT09 * Meeting ID: 970 4562 0205; Password: 541830
The Banner: While the July/August edition of The Banner is not available at the church yet, you are able to access a copy online at The Banner
Resonate Global Mission: Join the Exodus! - October 17 - November 4, 2020. the Exodus Vision Tour is a great opportunity to step back into ancient times and walk the paths of the Exodus from Egypt to Israel. Learn about Christianity, see ministry in action, and grow in your faith. Learn more and apply online at resonateglobalmission.org/exodus
Bethesda has several employment opportunities available, in several regions of BC: Support Workers (Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley, Okanagan), Residential Home Resource Managers (Richmond, Penticton), Caretaker for an Intentional Community (Smithers). Job descriptions and advertisments are attached below.
Bethesda is also offering bursaries to Post Secondary students who are studying social services such as nursing, special ED teaching, social work, etc. If you would like more information on the bursary, contact Hank Hamstra or Al Vandenberg.
Continuing Welcome, a progress report on Canada’s commitment to refugee sponsorship was recently released. Canada’s efforts for settlement and integration of refugees through sponsorship have been a substantial expression of justice for more than 40 years now! Continuing Welcome provides details on some of these improvements, while also identifying some emerging barriers to sponsorship. Please join us in this action alert encouraging Canada to continue deepening its commitment to welcoming refugees as an integrated element of pandemic response and recovery.