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Harvestime Mission to Africa: “WE ARE AMBASSADORS”

First-person testimonial   Submitted by Pastor and Elder Ermina Cudjoe Growing up in my beautiful homeland, Jamaica, at about age 8, I remember telling my mother: “when I grow up I want to marry an African.” I cannot imagine what could have stirred that desire at that age, I know however, that almost 50 years ago — I did meet and marry my African prince, a kind, strong, humble, smart, disciplined and Godly man, who loves God and loves people. I have come to understand that the childhood statement I made was truly a prophetic word over my life — …

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Sinach Comes to Montreal on November 3rd

Contact STAFF Montreal will receive a very special blessing this autumn, named Osinachi Joseph, popularly known as Sinach. The award winning, international gospel singer-songwriter will be performing her uplifting catalogue of music at MCI Church on November 3rd. This will be her first visit to the city. Since the release of her first album in 2010, the Nigerian artist has been gaining popularity exponentially. Five albums later, Sinach’s music has made its way into churches and homes around the world. In fact, her songs have been sung by the likes of American gospel powerhouses such as Donnie McClurkin, Maranda Curtis, …

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Church News October 11, 2018

Int’l superstar Sinach here on November 3 Sinach, the award winning, international gospel singer and songwriter will be performing her uplifting catalogue of music on November 3rd. This will be her first visit to the city. Over the past several years, Sinach’s music has made its way into churches and homes all over the world. In fact, her songs have been sung by the likes of American gospel powerhouses Donnie McClurkin and Travis Greene. The worship leader, who serves in Christ Embassy Church, is known for her songs like ‘I Know Who I Am’, ‘Way Maker’, ‘He Did It Again’, …

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Pastor Jasmine Eastmond to be honored at Annual Banquet

Submitted by The Pastoral Team – House of Prayer for All Nations Since 2016, House of Prayer for All Nations church has been honoring members of the Montreal Community who have made recognizable contributions to the community and the lives of others. The award presentations have taken place during their annual fundraiser banquet, a catered dinner and concert as a means to give back to the community they serve in ministry. Since its début, the church has offered awards for community Excellence and for community Impact. Former honorees include, Lorna Joseph (BAFAWI), Kingsley Kwateng Amaning (Mama Africa), Egbert Gaye (Community …

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Church Events Sept 13, 2018

Here by Faith Gospel Concert The Men’s Fellowship Group of Union United Church invites Montrealers to their annual concert featuring the Men’s Gospel Choir, under the directorship of Kimble Sherwood, on Saturday, September 29th beginning at 7 PM at Union United Church, 3007 Rue Delisle (metro Lionel Groulx). The evening will also feature performances by Sylvie DesGroseilliers, The Fitz-Patrick Sisters and Jared Warden-Joseph. Admission is $25. For more info: 514-932-8731 Ext 0, or 450-676 -7089. Amazing grace ministry breakfast Amazing grace ministry will be holdings its annual fund raising campaign with a breakfast on October 27th 2018 at 9 AM …

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Church News Aug 2, 2018

New York with CGOP Choir Avoid the Labor Day weekend rush and come and enjoy a relaxing weekend shopping in New York City, courtesy of Church of God of Prophecy Gospel Choir. From August 18th to 19th.  The bus leaves the church at 5255 de Sorel, Metro de la Savanne at midnight August 17th. Info: Bernice 450-444-4062, 514-781-2537; Fina 514-297-3844; Winnie 514-916-3493. THE CELESTIAL VOICES OF BARBADOS Saint Paul’s Anglican Church is presenting the Celestial voices of Barbados under the direction of Andrew accompanied by Marylyn Smith, on Saturday 4th August at 5 PM 3970 de la Cote Sainte Catherine. …

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Church Evnets July 19, 2018

THE CELESTIAL VOICES OF BARBADOS Saint Paul’s Anglican Church is presenting the Celestial voices of Barbados under the direction of Andrew accompanied by Marylyn Smith, on Saturday 4th August at 5 PM 3970 de la Cote Sainte Catherine. Tickets are $25. Info. 514-865-1783. BOOMERS BARBEQUE St. Lawrence Anglican Church is extending an invite to their barbeque, along with music and dominoes on Saturday, August 18 at Saint Lawrence Anglican Church 520-75th Avenue LaSalle. Info. 514-366-4652. New York with CGOP Choir Avoid the Labor Day weekend rush and come and enjoy a relaxing weekend shopping in New York City, courtesy of …

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IMPACT: Living in two words

You have access to a higher power to destroy the works of the devil It is time for us to believe and understand that we come from two worlds: a spiritual world and a physical world. Though most of us are only familiar with the physical world that we can see and feel, both these worlds are very real. It’s time to believe that man is a spirit, has a soul and lives in a body. We need to have spiritual discernment and revelation because the spiritual world is even more real than the natural world. Everyone has a spirit …

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Church Events July 7, 2018

Bibleway Sunday School Picnic Bibleway Pentecostal Church is inviting the public to their annual picnic, which goes to Yamaska National Park on Saturday, July 14th. Pick up will be at 8:00 am from the church premises. Free for children under 11 years, 12-18 $20 and for 18 and over $25. St. Lawrence Anglican Boomers BBQ It’s always fun times when the “Boomers” of St. Lawrence Anglican Church get together. And all Montrealers are invited to get in on the action on Saturday August 18, when they host an afternoon of BBQ with Music and Dominoes from 2 p.m. to 6 …

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A warrior for the church

Bishop Donald Lee answered the call 60 years ago: The greatest decision I’ve made in my life Egbert Gaye Looking back at that fateful day in Jamaica in 1957, when he answered the call to devote his life to Christ and to the Church of God of Prophecy (COGOP), Bishop Donald Lee is unequivocal about what it meat to him. “It’s the greatest decision I’ve made in my life,” he says. “I had such a passion in my heart for Christ and for the church that there was nothing else I wanted more than to serve,” he says. Almost six …

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