Coldest Night of the Year


Open Arms mission will be participating in the Coldest Night of the Year walk (2,5, or 10klm) with our clients in order to get a small taste of what day to day life is like for them and to get to know those we are helping.

It’s time to get your team together. We are looking for some team captains who will gather a group of their friends, family members, coworkers or church small group to walk in this year’s fundraising event. So far we have seven team captains. Will you join them?

For more information or to register your team, go to the Coldest Night of the Year website. You can find great resources like sample fundraising letters and videos you can share with your friends. For more information about the walk, please call Pastor Jeff at 905-788-3800.

Refugee Response


Syria Conflict Response

Match deadline extended – For more than three years, World Renew has been providing food and other assistance to Syrian families displaced by the horrific violence that has torn apart the Middle East. Please help us continue this ministry. Gifts received from Canadians by February 29, 2016 will qualify for a 1:1 match from the Canadian government. Call 1-800-730-3490, visit or mail your gift marked, “World Renew Syria Conflict,” to World Renew, 3475 Mainway, STN LCD 1, Burlington, ON L7R 3Y8. Those interested in helping refugee families as they begin a new life in Canada should contact Rebecca Walker ( Thank you for your support.

Friday Nights at Heritage Christian Bookstore

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Elisha House Biblical Healing Groups

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News from the Bridge

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Open Arms Mission

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Partnership Ministries Updates

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Esther School, Zambia, Africa

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The Esther School in Zambia, Africa, an outreach ministry of GEMS Girls’ Clubs, has openings for lower elementary school teachers for the 2015-16 school year. If you or someone you know has teaching experience, would like to work in a cross-cultural setting where co-teaching with a Zambian teacher is the norm, and wants to experience a beautiful, African environment, contact Jill Postma at 616.241.5616 ext 3054 or email for more details. The job description can be viewed at  This is a wonderful opportunity for an individual, couple, or family looking to invest in children’s lives.

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