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Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.

1 Peter 4:10

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The congregation  has a variety of ministries,  with men and women leading those ministries.

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Children & Youth

Children & Youth

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FREE Childrens Programs on PD Days

Bible stories, crafts, games & lunch.

For Children grades K - 7 from 8:30-3:30. Times can be adjusted a bit to suit your needs.

Visit our Calendar to see dates 

Please register at 

or call 403-347-3986'or email us at 


Sunday Bible Classes

for Kids

Every Sunday after worship from

11 AM - 12 PM.


Various Childrens Events &

Vacation Bible School

Visit our Calendar of Events to discover our current children's events.

Benevolence & Missions

Benevolence & Missions

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Gentle Roads

Gentle Road is a group of people coming to live together in Christian community.  Our desire is to live under the Word of God, in prayer, serving the community, loving the people of North Central Regina and all that we come into relationship with.


Namwianga Mission, Zambia and The Haven

We participate in supporting an orphanage in Zambia, Africa called the 'Haven', which is a collection of 5 homes with children from infants up to young adults. 

We  collect beverage containers which are refunded and monies sent to purchase formula for babies that are supported by the Haven.

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Zanzele Feeding Program, South Africa

"Our latest project is the largest we have undertaken and we would like to give you just a little background on how it all began... A few of the ladies in Daveyton were spending their time and energy loving and assisting people with AIDS and as these people passed away they realised the need they left behind... their children. The children were living in abject poverty and were often left without both parents (some were lucky enough to have one) and were going hungry, even the few lucky kids who had other family members to support them did not fare well... as you know, the unemployment rate in South Africa is high and too many families have little or no income. The children (170) and 10 elderly ladies are fed Monday to Friday from the kitchen which is located near the local schools, and is manned by 10 volunteers. The project started in May 2008. The strategy from the beginning was to ensure that the recipients be given the opportunity to have their spiritual needs met and today we are blessed to have a congregation (Mayfield Church of Christ) in the squatter camp with a full time preacher" - Tom King



We support a team of Christians who work in Refugee camps assisting with transporting people to Bible studies and feeding those in need. As a result of this initiative, many have been baptized and a number of churches have begun as a result.

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Potters Hands, Red Deer

The 4th Tuesday of every month, our members are happy to be involved with Potter's Hands. The 'Blue Shirts' serve supper to many of the city's less fortunate

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Hungry Hank Hamper

Supporting local needs. Hungry Hank is our emergency food shelf to help those in need.


Central Alberta Pregnancy Care Centre

Providing Care to mothers and babies



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Sunday morning Worship &

Weekly Bible studies


Personal and in-home

Bible studies

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Online through World

Bible Study 

Family Activities

Family Activities

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Potlucks, including soup and sandwiches, twice a month


Quarterly Activities

Summer (or winter) Picnics, Christmas banquet, Love Luncheon, New Year Eve game night



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Facility Care

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