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Oasis 2018 Promo

Posted May 31st, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

We are at a Turning Point. This is a defining moment in our history as a family of churches. The choices we make now will have ripple effects for generations to come. We have an opportunity to reshape our future now. Oasis 2018 will focus… Read More »


CBAC Building – SOLD!!

Posted May 16th, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

The CBAC Council is happy to announce the sale of the CBAC Office building in Saint John, NB. If everything proceeds as planned, the closing date will be July 31, 2018. Offices will be packed up and moved to space we will lease on the… Read More »


Eat Out More Often

Posted March 19th, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

“Love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” There is no commandment greater than these.” (Mark 12:30-31, NIV) So just… Read More »


Can We Leave a Lasting Legacy?

Posted March 7th, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

On October 29, 1778, the Wolfville Baptist Church in Nova Scotia opened its doors. That was 240 years ago! What strikes me is that this story is simply one of hundreds of stories. We come from a history of dreamers. Our legacy is one in… Read More »


Engage – A Ministry Health Plan

Posted March 2nd, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

We are extending the deadline to April 15th to sign up for ENGAGE. More below. For a while we’ve been exploring what best practices look like for our pastors. We have regulations for ministry that provide ethical and ministry boundaries. But what about ongoing education?… Read More »


A Quiet Resolve

Posted February 26th, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

What do these have in common: A pardon, a stamp, a ferry, and a $10 banknote? They all bear the name of a reluctant Canadian heroine who championed NS human rights for herself and her community. They are a testimony to the power of justice… Read More »


Our Rich Canadian African Heritage

Posted February 20th, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

The following is an excerpt from the official Government of Canada website: https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/campaigns/black-history-month/about.html “During Black History Month, Canadians celebrate the many achievements and contributions of Black Canadians who, throughout history, have done so much to make Canada the culturally diverse, compassionate and prosperous nation it… Read More »


Rev. William White

Posted February 15th, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

#BlackHistoryMonth – Rev. William White was an ordained pastor in the Maritime Baptist Convention and became the first black chaplain in the British Empire in the First World War, serving the No. 2 Construction Battalion. He was given the rank of Honourary Captain—one of the… Read More »


Flourishing Congregations Survey

Posted January 19th, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

Imagine Canadian-based data on Canadian churches for Canadian churches. Envision having access to data for your church. The Flourishing Congregations Institute at Ambrose University in Calgary, Alberta is about to launch a national survey with Canadian congregations/parishes. The Institute’s purpose is to conduct and share Canadian and tradition-specific research on congregations… Read More »


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  • Do you need fresh inspiration and excitement for joining God in your neighbourhood? Next month we're hosting two Fr… https://t.co/eIWbjEL6YB
  • Our heartfelt condolences go to the family of Hilda Horsman, who passed away on Monday, April 15th. The funeral wil… https://t.co/IU8dfnBUKP
  • Our deepest condolences go to Rev. Hal Lowther and family on the passing of his wife, Sandra Lowther, on Saturday,… https://t.co/yMYjvXKRi5