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Missions’ Focus Sunday

On Sunday, February 26th, Kingsview will be welcoming David and Jennifer Wright as we continue our Race & Culture Series. Read more: Missions’ Focus Sunday

World Relief

Don Miller, Church Engagement Officer for World Relief Canada was recently interviewed by the Free Methodist Church in Canada. Read more: World Relief

Golf & Give 2016

On Thu, Aug 18, about 70 golfers gathered at the Hawk Ridge golf course in Orillia to support the Jaibon Boys Orphanage in the Dominican Republic. It was a great day. You could sense a wonderful spirit of fellowship among the participants.

Two teams included Kingsview members; the tournament winners consisted of: Brent Brown, Lee Brown & Adam Moulton. The other team included: Pastor Darrin Lindsay, Ron Arrindell and Trevor Hamilton.

We’re so thankful to the Lord for a fun-filled and kingdom building day. Kingsview Sponsorship Program directors Lowell & Lois Brown and co-directors John & Michelle Stewart put in many hours to make the event a success. Thanks to the many sponsors, volunteers and participants, about $25 000 was raised!

Carrying on a Kingsview Tradition

Kingsview is well known for its multicultural and intergenerational church family. One of the most loved Kingsview traditions is the annual International Dinner. Our most recent International Dinner was held on Sunday, April 24th, following the morning worship service. Each family was asked to bring a main dish from their country of birth. The food tables overflowed with a wonderful variety of colours, textures and flavours. Many who attended came in their traditional cultural attire. The guest tables featured flag centrepieces and twenty four large flags graced the walls, making for a festive atmosphere.

The efforts of the teens’ Cake Boss Bake-Off (pictured above) were displayed and enjoyed by everyone. The uniquely decorated cookies were sold for $5 each to support the Youth Ministry Programme. Some families also brought a cultural dessert to share. With approximately 170 people in attendance, there was definitely plenty of opportunity for interaction and comradery.

Kingsview is most blessed to have such a diverse family. We thank God for the opportunities for fellowship that we experience.

Written by: Lois Tomc