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THIS SUNDAY - We are looking at the beatitude, “Blessed are the merciful”. How would you define mercy? What does it look like in our daily lives to be merciful? Please come join us  in person at 10 a.m. or watch online at Church Online.

CFBC DONATIONS -  Donations sent via eTransfer to are now deposited automatically to CFBC's bank account and passwords are no longer required.  All donations will be deposited to the General Fund unless designated otherwise in the "message section" of the eTransfer or unless you send specific instructions in a separate email to Besides the General Fund, the only other approved designations are Benevolent, Library, Building & Property, and Furniture & Equipment.  If you have any questions, please ask Doug Gairns.

CARING MINISTRY UPDATE: April is almost upon us, and for the entirety of the month, the Caring Ministry at CFBC has set as its Benevolence Initiative blessing the Prince George Seniors Program “Meals on Wheels”.  Would you prayerfully consider donating a little extra directly to the CFBC Benevolence Fund during the month? This is a greatly needed and utilised program within our community that serves low-income seniors as well as shut-in individuals who have mobility challenges. Your grace-filled generosity can aid so many! Thank you for being the silent hands and feet of Jesus!! 

NURSERY & CLUB DJ VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – We need some certified plan to protect volunteers for the nursery (blessing place) during Sunday services and Club DJ, which is a kids' evening program on Tuesday nights from 6-8 pm that entails bible memorization, crafts, games, and Bible stories for ages 5-12. There will be a signup sheet going around during Sunday Services, if you have any questions, please email the office or Emilie Dorie.

ROKEBY MISSION UPDATE - One-morning last week, Andrew was putting out the recycling (different types of waste are collected four days a week in our neighbourhood) and was greeted by a man from down the street. They chatted for fifteen minutes. Andrew learned that Mr. O is fluent in English and had lived in the United States and Vietnam for over a decade combined. With the start of the month, we will begin new routines. Andrew and Tanja are starting language school and John is starting Japanese kindergarten. We are looking forward to moving from settling into our home to digging into the language. We know that learning the language will be challenging, but we are motivated by our desire to communicate the Gospel in the heart language of the Japanese people. Read Full Version Here.

NESS LAKE MOTHER DAUGHTER CAMP - April 12-14, 2024 join us for Mother Daughter camp! Bring your mom, stepmom, daughter, aunt, nieces, and besties for all the fun, activities, speaker & yes, great meals cooked (and cleaned up!) for you! Early bird rate until March 12. Get all the details and Register Here 

NESS LAKE MEN’S CAMP AVERAGE GAMES ADDITION -  Men's camp registration is open! Mark your calendars and get your buddies together for a weekend of being average! Register Here
Date: Fri May 3 (arrive after supper) to Sun May 5 (depart after lunch)
Age: Men aged 12 years and up (all campers under 19 years must be accompanied by an adult)
Theme: The Average Games Edition! Come test your skills and compete against other average Joe's!
Cost includes meals (and accommodations for weekend campers):
 $155/ea early bird rate ($170/ea after Apr 3) for the weekend
$95/ea early bird rate ($105/ea after Apr 3) for Saturday only
4 inspiring speakers will lead us through our sessions this year: Micah Brookhart, Dan Hoffman, Joel Carlaw & Steve Wilson

GIVING - One of the ways that we respond in faith to God’s grace and God’s goodness is in the area of generosity. When we give sacrificially, even in ways that don’t make sense in the eyes of the world, we’re honouring God with faith. You can place your gifts in the donation box in the foyer or use the debit machine there. You can also give via eTransfers or online at Give Online.

Pastor Jason McAllister | Email Jason