What if your church worshiped at the local coffee shop? What if the only church people went to was at the hockey rink? The reality is that a growing percentage of people will not enter a church building, even if they are personally invited. In… Read More »
What would it look like for us to be the church in new and creative ways? We’re inviting you to two Fresh Expression Vision Days—on May 7th in Moncton and on May 9th in Halifax. We’re welcoming Michael Beck and J.R. Briggs from Fresh Expressions… Read More »
Beginning Monday March 11th and every Monday through Lent, we’re setting up an online prayer group beginning at 12 noon for 30 minutes. Join us via Zoom.
Mission Edge Conference 2018 was held October 15-17, 2018 in Moncton, NB. For pastors and leaders passionate to see their churches move from maintenance to meaningful mission in their neighbourhoods. Here are the videos from the first day of the event. More will be… Read More »
The Oasis 2018 videos are now available! Our Vimeo channel has an Oasis 2018 album: https://vimeo.com/atlanticbaptist/albums. They can be streamed below or downloaded by clicking the link to the video and choosing “Download” on the page. Please watch, download and share with your church.
This seminar was presented and recorded on May 31, 2018 by Palmer Atlantic Insurance Ltd. and Ecclesiastical Insurance. Palmer Atlantic Insurance Ltd. and Ecclesiastical Insurance insure approximately 80% of CBAC churches and properties. For more information on the information recorded here or if you have… Read More »
“Baptisms should be a natural outcome of what will happen when we join God in our neighbourhoods.” You’ve probably heard us talking about our God dream of 3000 baptisms in one year by 2025. And about the 3000 people we need praying for this to… Read More »
If you missed the CBAC Town Hall Meetings, we recorded one. Below is the video and a list and corresponding timecode of what was presented: 0:00 – Rev. Greg Jones – opening devotional 4:20 – Rev. Kevin Vincent – Our vision, God-dream and key priorities… Read More »
On November 23rd, Crandall University hosted a lecture by Dr. Adam Stewart called “The End of Denominations? Declining Denominational Identity in Canadian Pentecostalism.” Adam is a Sociology professor at Crandall U and has completed a study with the PAOC. What he found has implications for… Read More »
At Oasis 2017, we witnessed a special welcome by First Nations leaders (Dr. Terry & Bev LeBlanc, Rev. Dr. Danny Zacharias & Cheryl Bear) to New Canadians recently immigrated from Syria. It was a moving moment and representative of the European welcome to the land… Read More »