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Special Offering – Langley Food Bank: You can give online until the end of October. Click here to donate through Tithe.ly or go to Langley Food Bank. The Langley Food Bank is a not-for-profit incorporated society. It does not receive any government support and therefore is entirely funded through the support of local churches, organizations, and individuals.
“A Spiritual and Biblical Perspective on Caregiving” Webinar: Join the conversation this Thursday, Oct. 29 at 9:00 AM PST with Mark Stephenson, Director of Disabilities Concerns CRCNA (this last session will include all past speakers returning Q&A). Registration required. To register, go to Disability Concerns Canada Conference Re-Imagined.
Trauma, Suffering, and the Power of God to Overcome: Join the conversation with world-renowned Christian psychologist, Dr. Diane Langberg, Wed., Oct 28., 9:00 PST. Dr. Diane Langberg is a sought-after international speaker and has written several books. Her most recent, released this month is entitled: Redeeming Power: Understanding Authority and Abuse in the Church. For more information and/or to register see: Safe Church Webinar: Diane Langberg
John A’s Severed Head and the Politics of Public Memory: A free online lecture by Dr. Micheal DeMoor who teaches in the Politics, History, and Economics Program at The King’s University via zoom, Monday, Oct. 26, 6:00 – 7:30 pm from the King’s University, Edmonton. Around the world, statues have been pulled down or vandalized in protests against the way that these monuments tell the story of our shared history. Similar controversies have surrounded movements to re-name streets, schools, and neighbourhoods. These events and the public responses to them have generally generated more heat than light, but they do clearly show a need to think deeply about how the way we tell our histories shapes our identities, our institutions, and even our public policy. This lecture will reflect on the challenges of “public memory”, and will suggest a way of deciding how we should tell our stories in public spaces that go beyond a cycle of provocation and counter-provocation. For registration: Public Lectures at the King’s University
Join Christian Stewardship Services Autumn Webinars! Register for the free gift planning webinar on Tuesday, October 27, 2020, at 7:00 PM. Grab a cup of pumpkin spice latte and learn about opportunities to maximize your charitable giving! Discover ways to bless charities that you never knew CSS provided. Understand the simplicity and flexibility of a Donor Advised Fund and other options! Register for either of these events on the Events page here or click here to find out more about CSS. Register today!
Just Faith Forum: This month, join the Just Faith Forum in viewing: Borderstory. Borderstory invites you into a dialogue about borders led by people on the move. What do you believe to be true about borders? What might you learn from other experiences? Click here for more info.