Making Disciples in Our Diverse Neighbourhoods

Date(s) - March 18, 2015
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Peace Mennonite Church

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By 2013 visible minorities will make up nearly 60 % of Metro Vancouver’s population. In some areas the majority of these people will have South Asian origins. Adherents of Sikhism are already growing more than twice as fast as Buddhism or Hinduism. Making disciples of Jesus within this rapidly growing and diverse population will be challenging and exciting!

Pastors and Christian Leaders are invited to a complimentary lunch sponsored by Outreach Canada and Peace Mennonite Church at 11571 Daniels Road in Richmond on Wednesday March 18 at 12:00 P.M.  There will be time for discussion, prayer and questions around the topic of “Making Disciples in Our Diverse Neighbourhoods.”  Kapil Sharma will give a testimony and be a discussion leader.  Kapil speaks Punjabi and Hindi and is the new Senior Pastor at Friendship Baptist Church in Coquitlam.  He grew up in Canada and is passionate about reaching the children and grandchildren of South Asian immigrants.  See a summary of his testimony at  

Participants are invited to bring their questions, doubts and  stories of hope.   Outreach Canada wants to hear them all and discern how the church can be resourced more effectively.

Send your RSVP to Don Klaassen [email protected]

Church Mission Coach with Outreach Canada

2- 7201 72nd St. Delta B.C. V4G 1M5 

Phone 604 952 0050 ext. 323

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