Women’s Conference is hosted by the Waaps Nagwaadm Church
Opening service: Thursday, May 25 doors open and registration starts at 6 pm
Women’s Tea Party, fellowship, and service with Jeanne Kallapa
Friday and Saturday evening services:
May 26-27 at 7 pm
Everyone is Welcome- ENCOURAGE THE MEN TO ATTEND
Pastor James will be preaching
Closing service: Sunday, May 28th 11 AM
Jeanne Kallapa will be preaching
Registration by Donation (can be done by email money transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
Lunch is provided
Child care available-$20 per child per day
It’s that time of year again to start getting ready for Relay for Life! It will be taking place in Prince Rupert May 27th from 10am-10pm at the Prince Rupert Middle School. For more information or to register yourself or a team go to relayforlife.ca/princerupert. CFNR is a proud sponsor of Relay for Life Prince Rupert!
Bring your kids to the child care picnic in the park on Wednesday May 31st from 10am to 1pm at Elks Park on Agar av. in Terrace. Free fun for children and their parents, child care providers and/or Grandparents. Snacks and activities will be provided, bring your own lunch!
Hosted the skeena child care resource and referral and the family place. Phone the CCRR at 250-638-1113 for more information
Join the March for Victims and Survivors of Crime. The march will begin promptly at the Millennium trail (gathering in front of the old railcar). “Empowering Resilience” is the theme of Victims and Survivors of Crime Week, taking place across Canada from May 28 to June 3, 2017. Victims and Survivors of Crime Week are held to raise awareness about issues facing victims and survivors of crime and the services, programs, and laws in place to help them and their families. Ksan Society is proud to be hosting an event to commemorate the week in the community.
Please join us for the March and/or the George Little Park where we will have guest speakers, info booths, and offer a hotdog lunch. For more information please contact Vickie Montgomery 250-635-2373 email@example.com
This event was funded by the Victims Fund, grants, and contributions program administered by the Department of Justice Canada. Funds are available to provinces, territories and non-governmental organizations for programs and services that give victims and survivors of crime a more effective voice in the criminal justice system. For more information about the Victims Fund, please visit:http://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/cj-jp/victims-victimes/ For more information on Victims and Survivors of Crime Week, visit: www.victimsweek.gc.ca.
Loaded Sports Presents the “Rise and Grind” Freestyle skate competition. You can Pre-Register at Loaded sports or Register at the park at 12 pm day of the event. Starts at 1 pm. Helmets are required. Free to Enter. Lots of prizes to be won! Everyone under the 19 years of age must have Parental consent!