What would you do if it was illegal to go to church? Or to own a Bible? What would life be like if following Jesus meant you were kicked out of your home, family or community? This is a reality for millions of persecuted Christians around the world.

 

You are invited to join us for this free event – A Night with the Persecuted Church. This is an opportunity to hear stories of how people have sacrificed everything to follow Christ. You’ll be challenged to follow the examples of faith lived by those who follow Jesus no matter the cost. You’ll also have the opportunity to connect with your persecuted family through letter writing and prayer.

RSVP below for one of these free events!

SCARBOROUGH, ON

Friday, January 17 @ 7pm
St. Clair Evangelical Missionary Church
3113 St. Clair Ave. E., Scarborough, ON

Victoria, BC

Thursday, January 30 @ 7pm
New Life Community Fellowship
3900 Carey Rd. Victoria, BC

Regina, SK

Wednesday, February 5 @ 7pm
Argyle Road Baptist Church
3514 Argyle Road, Regina SK

Brandon, MB

Thursday, February 6 @ 7pm
McDiarmid Drive Alliance Church
635 McDiarmid Drive, Brandon, MB

Edmonton, AB

Monday, February 24 @ 7 pm
St. Paul's Anglican Church
10127 145 St. NW, Edmonton, AB

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Ottawa, ON

Tuesday, March 10 @ 7pm
Location to be announced

Moncton, NB

Wednesday, March 25 @ 7pm
Glad Tidings Church
2460 Mountain Road, Moncton, NB

Fredericton, NB

Thursday, March 26 @ 7pm
Journey Wesleyan Church
131 Duncan Lane, Fredericton, NB

Truro, NS

Sunday, May 3 @ 6pm
Connection Church
38 Pleasant Street, Truro, NS

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Testimonials

"An Evening with the Persecuted Church was an important opportunity for our community.  Not only did we hear about the hardships, but also the faithful endeavours and incredible outcomes of our persecuted brothers and sisters." – Pastor Corey Copeland, Faith Tabernacle, Halifax