Archive for Author: WSquare Catherine

Trunk or Treat

This year we are hosting aTrunk or Treatevent at Wellington Square! You are invited to bring your whole family, your vehicle (or a wagon or bike or…?), a bag to collect treats, and a “trunk” full of goodies to hand out to our participants! We will be trunk-or-treating around...

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Growing Her Future (documentary)

MeetAsnakech Zema. In this film, she welcomes us to her thriving farm in southern Ethiopia. In the last three years, she has built up her land through practicing conservation agriculture, and now grows enough food to feed her family and others. The work she and her family are doing...

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Orphanage Update August 2021

Life remains hard for our Orphans in Sierra Leone. Not only are they contending with Covid and the lack of testing and vaccinations, the Dr.’s in Sierra Leone have been on strike for months. Doctors have just returned to work. Thank You God. This past Friday, two of the...

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Water Gives Life!

Back in 2015, the Malawi team visited a huge parched plot of land with Pastor Moses. The dream was to bring water to this land so that there would be more harvests per year of a variety of crops. Six years later, our prayers are answered as the irrigation...

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Water Makes All the Difference!

Thanks to your generous support, this once dry barren land now has various crops growing to feed 25 families AND provides income from sales of the produce! Pastor Moses leads this irrigation project in the Bimbi area of Malawi. We are getting ready to start Phase 2 of...

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Next Learning Opportunity: The “Doctrine of Discovery”

Join us on June 28th at 7:30 (over Zoom) when we learn together about the Doctrine of Discovery. This concept–that most of us never learned about– is foundational for “settling” North America. Register Here We want to spend our time sharing conversation so if you can, please watch these...

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Bluewater Growing Project

Great News WS Family! Our original Seeds of Life growing project in Alberton have been blessed recently with financial support from their main group of contributors and so our role is no longer required. We are now supporting a new local growing project in Sarnia, Ontario- Bluewater Growing Project....

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I see the injustice. What can I do? [Part II]

Rob Irish June 7, 2021 The Children are Alive! And need our support While most attention this past week has been focused quite rightly on the horrific and tragic findings at Kamloops Indian Residential School, there is an abuse of children unfolding in front of us, yet we are...

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