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Skyivew is building! Read more about our
Building Campaign on www.ourskyviewhome.ca
We are excited to announce that Katherine Kvellestad has accepted a role with us as Children’s Ministry Summer Intern! Katherine has spent the past year studying English Literature at the University of Pennsylvania and will be returning there in the fall. While she is home she will be working with us creating summer programming, implementing a student leadership team for the summer, leading summer Sunday mornings, planning for summer picnics, and other administrative tasks for our children’s ministry to prepare us for a successful fall kickoff! Welcome, Katherine! We are excited to have you working with us!
Our Skyview Home Update!
On Sunday, May 7th, Riley Coulter brought our congregation an important update on our Capital Campaign!
Work and Witness Project 2017
This year’s district work and witness project in Wapella Sk. Is scheduled for July 14 to July 24. Sheri Lynne Martin of Rocky Mountain House has accepted the call to be Outreach Director for our upcoming W & W Project. Sheri Lynne has been heavily involved with Kidztown and will attempting to spin involvement with kids to attracting local adults in being involved with the Church on an on-going basis. If you have had involvement with Kidztown or have a passion to work with kids contact Sheri Lynne and join her team in Wapella.
A Ministerial Director has not been selected as yet. Please pray for this position to be filled soon so that detailed planning can begin. If you have a passion and the skills to minister to adults, and seniors, we encourage you to join our Ministry Team. Contact Richard Bahan if interested.
Construction will need approximately 10 to 15 individuals to help with the construction part of the project. Please contact Richard Bahan if interested: email@example.com
Please PRAY, SUPPORT, and PARTICIPATE where you can.
Spring Update from Camp Harmattan!
Registration for youth and family camps are open now! Read here for updates and available fee assistance! If you are in need of further assistance to send your child to camp this summer, please contact us!
Missions Trip – Matt Mensinga
My name is Matt Mensinga and I will be working with the Samaritan Foundation in Sosua in the Dominican Republic for one year. The Samaritan Foundation's focus is building villages to help the extremely poor have access to shelter, education, church facilities and medical treatment. They also partner with other groups to help staff these facilities and train local Dominicans so they can become increasingly self-sufficient. I am incredibly excited for this opportunity as it will allow me to use my construction knowledge to help people in need in a practical way!
I will be working directly with The Samaritan Foundation as the main construction supervisor. This will include overseeing new projects, organizing building projects for the teams that volunteer, supervising the local Dominican workers that work for the Samaritan Foundation, and even teaching construction classes at the trade school.
If you would be interested in supporting me in this work, either through prayer or financially, I would greatly appreciate it! You can donate online through The Samaritan Foundation's website or send a cheque to their head office but it is important to put my name in the message box online or on the cheque so they know who the money if for. Also, if you could let me know so I can keep track of it that would be fantastic! If you would like more information please feel free to contact me or visit The Samaritan Foundations website!
Contact the church office to get in touch with Matt personally!
‘Adopt’ a University Student
Home Away from Home is a ministry that connects international students at the University of Calgary with a local church family. It has been very encouraging to hear stories of how it has touched both the students and the Skyview families who welcome them! With new students expected to arrive in January, the program is looking for new families to match them with! If you are interested in hearing more about this program or getting involved, visit their website and/or speak to Richard Ashton! Join us this Sunday to learn more!
Did you know?
Here at Skyview we regularly support missions both right here in Calgary and world wide through our district and denomination, which you can learn more about at Nazarene Missions International, as well as through partnership with two specific ministries:
Seed of Hope
The Seed of Hope is a community development ministry in the rural outskirts of Durban, South Africa, that supports the community through programs focused on education and care. Learn more about who they are and how you can get involved here. Visit our missions page for more updates!
Read their newest update here.
Youth unlimited calgary
Youth Unlimited is a community organzation that focuses on the support of young people through programs that assist them with all needs, from physical and emotional health and well being, spiritual support, employment support, and support of the whole family through times of difficulty. Learn more about this organization here, or take a look at their latest newsletter.
Our district NYI (Nazarene Youth International) were recently challenged to join The Justice Movement – a voice for justice and compassion in the world. The movement is made of kids, students, young adults, families, and churches that believe they can make a difference in each other’s lives. The movement amplifies the voice of the weak and responds to their needs. A number of Skyview youth, young adults and leaders have taken up the Just Water challenge – drinking only water for a select period of time, while raising awareness and funds for the global water crisis. Read their stories on the Just Water page and see how you can encourage, pray for and donate.
Coffee for Guys!
Join a group of men for coffee conversation, and Christian fellowship. Men’s coffee is a great opportunity to discuss current events and sports, share burdens, and plan activities like hikes, hockey or service events. Come on out and contribute to the lives of fellow Christian men and bring a friend. This group meets every second Saturday morning at 9am at Cora's in Northland Mall.