Whiteshell Baptist Church

 COME WORSHIP IN THE WHITESHELL

COVID-19 UPDATE

WORSHIP SERVICES RESUME

On February 21, in-person worship services will resume. Due to government restrictions, capacity will be limited. Please contact the church office to register for an upcoming service by emailing Lisa Kroker at lisa@whitshellbaptist.com by Thursday noon. If the upcoming service is full when making your reservation, you will be invited to sign up for the following service. All other activities are postponed until further notice.


MINISTRIES

SUNDAY
Worship Service - 10:30 am
We have a blended style of worship in a modern worship center.
Children's Church (The Gospel Project) - 11:00 am
Kids ages 3 to 8 are dismissed during the service.
A Nursery is available for parents with small children and is equipped with an audio stream of the service.

MONDAY
White Cross - 9:00 am-2:00 pm
Meets 5 times per year to prepare bandages for missions.
Men's Bible Study - 6:30 pm
Meets every other Monday. Going through a study of Thessalonians.

WEDNESDAY
Women's Bible Study
- 10:00 am

Meets every other Wednesday. Understanding Your Blessings in Christ: Ephesians
AWANA - 6:30-8:00 pm
Children age 3 to grade 6 meet each week for Bible lessons, games and more.

THURSDAY
Youth Bible Study - 6:30-8:30 pm
Teens in grades 7-12 meet once a month for Bible study, worship and games.

FRIDAY
Youth Group - 6:00-9:30 pm
Teens in grades 7-12 meet every 2nd Friday. Check out our Youth Facebook Group

DAILY VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
 

Dates To Be Announced. 6:15-8:30 pm
Kids age 4 to grade 6

Contact Us

Whiteshell Baptist Church
Box 100
74158 PR 408
Seven Sisters Falls, MB  R0E 1Y0
204.348.2536

Our church is on the corner of Provincial Road 307 and 408 in Seven Sisters Falls, MB... just outside of Whiteshell Provincial Park.

Secretary:  lisa@whiteshellbaptist.com

Links

Manitoba Baptist Association

www.npregion.org

North American Baptist Conference

www.nabconference.org

Camp Nutimik

www.campnutimik.com

Awana

www.awanacanada.ca

New Sermon Series




A FIVE WEEK JOURNEY WITH THE APOSTLE PAUL
The Apostle Paul looms large in the New Testament. From the moment of his conversion in Acts 9 until his last breath in the Roman Mamertine Prison—where he was beheaded in 68 AD—we observe Paul passionately following Christ and serving Him faithfully.
For the next five weeks, I invite you to join me on a brief journey—an overview—that will show us something of Paul’s commitment to Christ, his dedication to proclaiming the Gospel, his passion for starting new churches and his devotion to fellow believers.
In order to get the most benefit from this five week journey, I strongly recommend that you familiarize yourself with the Bible texts. Wrestle with the passages and ask God to prepare you for each leg of the journey. I look forward to having you as a travel companion!
We begin our journey on February 28 and catch a glimpse of Paul’s Passion for Gospel which he states in Romans 1:14-17. In three terse “I am . . . “ phrases we get a look into Paul’s heart and discover what motivated him to give His whole life to serve His Lord.
On March 7 we will observe Paul in action as he plants a new church. Based on the account in Acts 19:8-20, we will examine Paul’s Proclamation of the Gospel. Watching Paul in action will provide us with some insightful lessons concerning the communication of the Gospel.
March 14 is the mid-point of our journey, in the town of Thessalonica in Northern Italy. Paul is writing to a church he had planted on a previous visit. As we look at Paul’s Pattern of Church Planting we will glean some lessons that can be applied in our church situation, as well as in our personal lives.
Paul’s tremendous passion for evangelism and church planting took him into many towns and villages. On March 21 we want to take a glimpse into Paul’s Pastoral Heart. He returns to Ephesus (Acts 20:13-37) to bid farewell to the believers. We observe his tender care for the believers and learn some lessons that will help us to be better care givers.
On March 28, we come to the end of our journey with Paul, the great missionary statesman. Words of encouragement and exhortation were always part and parcel of Paul’s ministry. Paul’s Personal Challenge spoken to the Corinthian Church (1 Corinthians 15:57-58) are words we can apply to our faith journey.
Neil Rempel, Guest Speaker