From October 1-4, The Mission Canada will host its annual National Summit, a gathering of church leaders from across Canada for four days of worship, prayer, connecting with friends, inspiring teaching and more. This year’s theme will be “The Word”—written, spoken, creating, healing, remembering—and most fully expressed in the person of Jesus, the Word made flesh.
Leaders have chosen a fresh, strategic approach to fleshing out this complex theme. Attendees will experience and explore “The Word” from three perspectives or “streams” which feed The Mission—the evangelical, charismatic and sacramental—thus allowing God’s Word to light their way forward, both as individuals and a Mission society.
The Summit will again be hosted by Jericho Road Church in Port Alberni, British Columbia. Speakers include members of The Mission Canada’s National Leadership Team such as Bishop Silas Ng of Richmond Emmanuel Church and the Rev. Peter Klenner of All Saints Whiterock; Bishop Philip Jones from All Saints Dallas; Archbishop Yong Ping Chung and his wife Julia from Malaysia and more.
“The National Summit is a chance to be refreshed and grow in our relationships with Jesus and one another in such a way that we are empowered to reach out to those of our neighbors who don’t yet know or follow Him,” says the Rev. Dave De Jong, Associate Pastor at Jericho Road Church in Port Alberni, and Administrative Support for The Mission Canada.
Learn more about the Summit.