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Federal Election - Why and how to get involved

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Election campaigns can shape our country for years to come. Why should Christians be involved? How can we be involved? Get better equipped as a voter and church member to participate as effectively as possible within the clear boundaries of electoral rules in Canada. Featuring EFC President Bruce J. Clemenger and host Karen Stiller.

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Next webinar June 3 at noon Eastern


Reopening Churches: Sharing ideas, advice and experience

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As provincial governments gradually lift restrictions on public worship gatherings, this interactive EFC webinar will speak with churches east and west, large and small, along with other experts to help us all as we enter this new phase of COVID-19.

Our host Karen Stiller will chat with guests including Dr. Kami Kandola, chief public health officer for the Northwest Territories; Dan Godard, pastor of Victory Church, Moose Jaw, Sask.; Troy Matchett, pastor of Eglise de la Grace / Grace Church, Bouctouche, N.B.; Rick Burdett, COO of Outreach Canada Ministries; and Bruce Clemenger, president of The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada.

Your attendance will mean you can type in questions and comments and get live answers from our guests. You can also send questions ahead of time by email if you like.

Register now for this webinar to get a reminder email and access an optional "add to calendar" function. If you use Facebook, you can also find a listing there. Or you can also simply join us at the start at www.TheEFC.ca/Live.

Schedule: June 3, 2020 at noon Eastern / 9 a.m. Pacific / 10 a.m. Mountain / 11 a.m. Central / 1 p.m. Atlantic / 1:30 Newfoundland. Our webinars usually last about 50 minutes. Forward this event to friends.


Previously on religion in Canada

Are you looking for the webinar on the EFC’s new research on religion in Canada mentioned in Faith Today's Mar/Apr 2020 issue, featuring Rick Hiemstra, the EFC’s director of research, as well as sociologist Sam Reimer of Crandall University? That actually got turned into a podcast. Listen now!