The Adventurers Ministries department of the Quebec Conference is glad to share that the Adventurers Weeks of Prayer will be held in your respective churches from November 8th to November 13th. Continue reading
Daniel Saugh is currently serving as the Canadian Programs Manager (National) and the Adventist Ministries of Compassion Coordinator for the SDACC. The executive secretary of the Quebec Conference recently had a interview with him. Read more to get more insight on the recent ADRA grants in reponse to the COVID-19 pandemic
- How long have you been working for ADRA and what is your role?
- What is ADRA doing to support churches responding to the COVID-19 crisis?
- What are some of the criteria that have been used for the ADRA grant?
- Ability to implement the suggested activities while adhering to the federal and provincial safety and security procedures, including those for COVID-19
- Ability to prove that the suggested response is a gap in the community that is currently not funded by the Canadian government or other humanitarian agencies and reaching out to the most vulnerable.
- Ability to prove that the proposed intervention is deemed effective in addressing the identified gap, given the context.
- How many churches in Quebec and Canada received funding under the ADRA grant?
- Where is the ADRA grant money coming from?
- How does ADRA Canada see what is happening in the churches of the Quebec Conferences in response to the crisis?
- What expectations are there in regards to the churches that have received an amount of money under the ADRA grant?
- What are some of the ways in which ADRA Canada will continue focusing on projects for Canadians?
- Do you have anything testimony to share related to the ADRA grant?
- How can the Quebec Conference support the ministry of ADRA Canada?
- Do you have a final word for the churches and members of the Quebec Conference?
Don’t forget that the 100 days of prayer continue until July 4th, 2020!
Let us keep in mind the words of the Holy Scripture: “or our light affliction, which is but for a moment, worketh for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory; “
From March 27 – July 4, 2020 join believers all around the world in calling on Jesus in our urgent need! Continue reading
As you know, we are faced with the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, there is a great isolation. This will have an adverse effect on the most vulnerable among us, our seniors. Through this crisis, we have an opportunity to serve the Lord and our community. As such the ADRA and Community Services Departemet encourages the local churches to extend a helping hand to their communities.
Here are some things you can do to make a difference in the lives of the needy:
- Put an emergency plan in place.
- Identify and tap into government and community services aimed at helping those in need.
- Find out if they have any essential needs, and where possible, supply them through yours and other resources such as Meals on Wheels, Sun Youth, and local food banks.
- Please keep in mind that you must not come into direct contact with seniors or any individual who is sick. As you practice the best hygiene, you may ring doorbells and leave care packages at home entrances.
- In light of church closures, please keep in touch with members who may be lonely.
- Keep in touch with seniors through the telephone and social media.
- At this time, our conference/ADRA does not have any financial aid; however, should you be aware of a dire situation, please let me know and I will try to see if I can get assistance for you.
May God bless you,
Quebec Conference Community Services Director
The Time of Trouble and COVID-9
We are living the final moments of this world. How does the coronavirus fit in ? “The Time of Trouble and COVID-19” is a discussion panel presented by It Is Written Canada on this very topic.
For more SDA resources and information on the COVID-19, click here
NOTICE: TRAINING CANCELLED Continue reading
Opportunity for training, enrichment & networking Continue reading
Since 1990, the Department of Women’s Ministries at the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists has promoted a special day when women have the opportunity to strengthen their spiritual bonds as they pray for and with each other. Continue reading
The Quebec Conference Adventurers Department would like to invite all club staff members to two days of training to be held on February 15th and 16th 2020 at the Saint-Léonard Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Saturday, February 15th from 3 p.m to 6 p.m
Sunday, February 16th from 9 a.m to 3 p.m
Please register using the form below
Pastor Luis H. Bon Jr, is a newly appointed pastor of the Quebec Conference Seventh-Day Adventist Church hired directly from the Philippines. The two Filipino Adventist churches in Montreal, Mount-Carmel and Montreal Filipino, are glad to welcome him after the departure of their previous Pastor, Joseph Batiancila, recently called to ministry in Alberta.
Pastor Luis Bon was born in the town of Magallanes, in the province of Sorsogon, in the Philippines. He is the seventh eight children. At a very young age, his father, who was the head elder at their local church, trained him to preach. His teachings bore fruits for at the tender age of twelve, the young Luis Bon was chosen to be the first Filipino child preacher to preach during Sabbath School at the General Conference of 1985 in Louisiana. The following year, he was invited to speak at the 1986’s Expo Canada in British Columbia.
Heeding God’s calling to Ministry, he attended the Philippine Union College – Naga View Campus in 1987 for his secondary education and pursued Theology in Mountain View College, Malaybalay, Bukidnon in 1994. He obtained his Master’s degree in Religious Education from the Adventist University of the Philippines in 2000. He then joined the South Central Luzon Conference of Seventh-Day Adventist in October 2003 and after twelve years of serving as District Pastor, he became the Conference Evangelist in 2017. Pastor Bon also has experience in the fields of academy chaplaincy and Bible teaching.
He is now married to Beryl Reburiano-Bon, and they are blessed with two children: Gilbert and Erika Jan Louise. He is presently assigned to lead and nurture the Filipino Churches in Montreal. With God’s leading, the Holy Spirit’s providence, and with the help of the Filipino brethren, Pastor Bon envisions planting two new churches and organizing a Filipino District in the area governed by the Quebec Conference. The Conference is grateful to have him and can’t wait to see what the Lord accomplishes through his ministry.
The time to prepare for the next emergency is now!
On Thursday, August 22, 2019, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada (SDACC) Board of Directors elected Wesley Torres as its new executive secretary/vice-president for administration. Continue reading
Dear brothers and sisters,
Please note that your orders for Sabbath School Lessons cannot be modified after a certain date. Please refer to grid below for guidance.
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