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CBAC Announces Andrew Glidden’s Resignation

Posted August 17th, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

Andrew Glidden Resigns As Associate Director of CBAC Youth & Family Ministries The Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada (CBAC) announces the resignation of Andrew Glidden (Associate Director of CBAC Youth & Family Ministries) effective September 27, 2018. Andrew joined the CBAC team in January 2016…. Read More »

Uniacke Baptist VBS

Posted July 30th, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

Uniacke Baptist Castle hosts overflow “Kingdom Rock” Vacation Bible School From July 16-20th, Uniacke Baptist Church (UBC) offered this popular Group VBS program, with the sub-theme “Where kids learn to STAND STRONG for God”! A dedicated team of just over 20 adults and Youth leaders,… Read More »

Learning from Lewis & Clark

Posted July 25th, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

If you are familiar with the story of Lewis & Clark, you may know that they were challenged with finding (what was believed to exist) a NorthWest water passage that would connect the Eastern United States to the Pacific Ocean. Akin to flat earth thinking,… Read More »

Gathered to Say Farewell

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

On Thursday, July 12, 2018, around 80 people gathered for a time of fellowship, reflection and thanksgiving for our CBAC office building. With the pending sale, we felt it appropriate to offer thanks to God for the use of this space He has granted us… Read More »

Church in a VUCA World

Posted July 17th, 2018 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

Recently in my reading, I came across a term in two books that I had never heard before: “5Q” (Alan Hirsh’s work on Five Fold Ministry) and “Canoeing the Mountains” (Tod Bolsinger’s work on Leadership in uncharted territory). Each of them the acronym “VUCA” as… 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 »

Town Hall Meetings

Posted February 8th, 2018 - Read Article - 2 Comments - Leave a Response

You’re invited to attend a CBAC Town Hall meeting near you (or hopefully close to your area), February 22 – March 2. The CBAC Council is asking churches, pastors, lay leaders and anyone from CBAC churches interested to come out and hear what God is calling 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 »

Changes to the Canada Summer Job Program

Posted December 21st, 2017 - Read Article - 3 Comments - Leave a Response

The Federal Government has just introduced new requirements for those seeking grants to employ students through the Canada Summer Job program. See updated info and post here: https://baptist-atlantic.ca/news/update-changes-canada-summer-job-program! Organizations applying for these grants “will be required to attest that both the job and the organization’s… Read More »

Saint John Baptist Hospital Chaplaincy

Posted December 13th, 2017 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

Did You Know? Rev. Mark Leary, Saint John-Kings Association Hospital Chaplain, makes approximately 5000 visits annually to patients, families and staff at the Regional and St. Joseph’s Hospitals in Saint John, NB, presenting the Gospel and offering hope through Christ. Many patients come from all… Read More »