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Jay Smith on Reaching Out to our Muslim Neighbours


  CNMM is a network of Canadian Christians and Churches who want to pray for, love, and reach out to our Muslim neighbours here in Canada so that they would have the opportunity to enter into relationship with and become disciples of Jesus Christ. CNMM Hamilton and Philpott Memorial Church are hosting noted evangelist and apologist […]

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      THE CHURCH IN POST-CHRISTENDOM Reclaiming the Practices of the Church for Mission FEATURING: DAVID FITCH NOVEMBER 15th, 9:30am – 3:00pm: David Fitch will be leading “The Church in Post-Christendom”, a workshop for clergy, lay leaders and church teams on reclaiming the practices of the church for mission. Visit for details and registration. Registration is […]

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Phoebe Palmer Breakfast

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Over 150 years ago, Hamilton was dramatically changed when God used an extraordinary woman named Phoebe Palmer to spark revival and city transformation. In our day, Hamilton is bursting at the seams with extraordinary kingdom-building and city-changing women. It’s time to celebrate them. Join us Saturday September 20, 9 am to 11 am at 141 […]

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May 14th: Start2Finish Volunteer Opportunity


  Start2Finish is looking for a team volunteers on Wednesday, May 14th to help with their Run4Change event.  If your church has participated in our backpacks event, or is looking for other ways to partner with Start2Finish and the work they do for our city’s schools, please consider getting a team of people together to help! […]

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Discerning the Way Forward – TrueCity Visioning Process


For the past ten years the TrueCity network has been finding ways to collaborate towards the end of being churches together for the good of our city.   We want to get a sense of what difference TrueCity has made and how God might be leading us as we look towards the years ahead and so we have engaged […]

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Free Debt Counselling


Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is an international debt counselling charity with a wide network of centres based in local churches. 50% of Canadians say that they worry about money, but CAP is dedicated to equipping the local church help people manage their finances better.  Churches can show God’s love in action by providing sustainable poverty relief […]

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