by Tom VanWingerden, Executive Director of Friendship Ministries I know I’ve been writing a lot lately about my friends in our church’s Friendship group, but I am compelled to tell you at least one more story about a very dear […]
A spirit of “everyone serving everyone” and planning ahead for accessibility are two characteristics that mark this thriving group in Regina, SK. On any given Wednesday night, nearly a dozen paratransit busses from the city of Regina come to a […]
By Tiena Jones, Aylmer Christian Reformed Church, Aylmer, ON The Christmas Program has been the highlight of the group in Aylmer for many years. We present it to two of our local nursing homes on consecutive weeks. Then our main […]
Many Sunday mornings I sit with my friend Bob during the worship service. Bob speaks very few words but is highly engaged in the activities and liturgy of the hour.
Our TOGETHER studies are just one way to encourage fellowship in your church! Many Friendship Groups have have incorporated creative ways to encourage ‘belonging’ into their own activities.
Are things feeling stale at your friendship group? Working with our Friends is always an awesome thing, but for some Friends, any “change” in your group can be a challenge. Let’s face it, change for many of us can be a challenge!
Earlier this year, we introduced a new segment into our newsletter: the Friendship Spotlight. This section was created to highlight a friend & mentor who exhibit some of the characteristics of faith, friendship, and belonging. Last quarter, we asked you […]