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Wanted: Singing Kids for Christmas Eve

posted by Peter Moore   [ updated ]

We are looking for children to help us with a song on Christmas Eve. The words are simple and it promises to be a lot of fun on stage so if your child/grandchild would like to be involved email the office or sign up at the Welcome Center. They can help at either service (or both!). We would love them to attend one of two brief practices- Thursday, Dec. 21 at 6:30pm or Sunday morning, Dec. 24 after the breakfast (approx. 10:15am).

Christmas Eve @ Douglas

posted 5 Dec 2017, 06:34 by Peter Moore   [ updated 5 Dec 2017, 06:39 ]

Family Breakfast 9:15am. Services @ 5:30pm & 7pm.

Join us for Breakfast @ 9:15am. Along with a great meal your whole family will enjoy a carol sing, devotion and a Christmas photo booth in the gym. This will replace our regular morning service. 


Family Friendly Services at 5:30pm and 7pm that will last under an hour and be filled with music and the meaning of Christmas. The services on Christmas Eve are the same so pick the service that works for your family celebrations.

Christmas Project-Latrines in El Salvador

posted 5 Dec 2017, 06:11 by Peter Moore   [ updated 5 Dec 2017, 06:23 ]

This year we will be partnering with Canadian Baptist Ministries and Enlace to support a project in El Salvador. 50% of our Christmas Offering will be going to provide latrines to needy families in El Salvador. $500 provides a family with an eco-friendly composting toilet facility and preventive health training, as well as ongoing technical and community support. 

Bad sanitation is one of the world's biggest killers. It affects women, children and the old and sick the most. The risk of intestinal infections TRIPLES for those who don't have a latrine at home. 1.7 Million people die each year as a result of diarrhea. 40% of the population in semi-rural and rural areas of El Salvador do not have access to latrines at home. The 2nd leading reason for medical checkups in El Salvador is treatment of parasites borne from fecal-contaminated water.

                                                                                         You can give to this project by using the special Christmas offering envelopes that have been                                                                                                     placed in church mail slots and in the pews or you can simply mark “Christmas Offering” on any                                                                                                 envelope or when sending an e-transfer to giving@douglaschurch.ca. Please give generously and                                                                                             let’s see how many toilets we can purchase together! (Source of Graphic and facts: Enlace)

Turkey Dinner

posted 25 Nov 2017, 04:37 by Peter Moore

For God so loved the world that he gave his son....this is the message of Christmas and we want to share this love by sharing a meal with you. Please be our guest and join us for a turkey dinner on Sunday, Dec. 3 at 5pm. Let us know you are coming by calling (444-8108) or emailing (office@douglaschurch.ca) the office. 

Tickets are limited so let us know ASAP and yes this is free... no strings...a gift to you!

Douglas Community Tree Lighting

posted 13 Nov 2017, 17:10 by Peter Moore

Our Annual Community Christmas Tree Lighting will take place on Tuesday, November 28 at 6:30pm. We are excited to have the Nashwaaksis Glee Club singing this year! After the tree lighting, cookies, hot chocolate and apple cider will be served followed by a short Christmas movie. Invite your neighbours and join us for an evening of fun and fellowship.

Christmas Kick-Off Breakfast

posted 13 Nov 2017, 17:07 by Peter Moore

Join us as we begin our Christmas celebrations by having breakfast together on Sunday, Nov. 26 at 9:15am. 

Tried & True 50+ Group

posted 4 Oct 2017, 07:29 by Peter Moore

On Tuesday morning, October 10 at 10:30, our Tried & True 50+ Group is excited to welcome renowned N.B. fiddler Alison Inch and accordionist Bob Johnson. Join us for a great concert, a rousing hymn sing and a delicious pot luck. We do have fun! If you've thought about coming, this would be a great time to start.

BLAZE-Youth Event

posted 28 Sep 2017, 07:37 by Peter Moore

October 27th starting at 6:30 pm until 3:00 pm October 28th
Cost: $25
Location: Douglas Baptist Church, 1012 Route 105, Douglas, NB
Contact: Amy Gordon at amygordon85@gmail.com

Our vision for Blaze is to "Ignite students' passion to follow Jesus!"

This annual DBC youth event is the highlight of our Fall Youth Ministry. It includes a live band, great food, fellowship, fun NEW games, prizes, service projects, AND special speaker & guest musician Paul Colman! 

Use this form to register the numbers of students and leaders in your youth group. The cost for Blaze is $25/person. With every 5 youth, 1 leader comes free! Payment and registrations are due Sunday, October 22. Cheques can be made out and sent to Douglas Baptist Church or an e-transfer can be arranged. Late registrations will be $30/person. Space is limited so register ASAP. Registration is confirmed and spots booked ONCE FEES ARE PAID.

Storm Small Group Study

posted 21 Sep 2017, 07:26 by Peter Moore

This fall all are welcome to join on Wednesday nights for “Storm.” This tool is designed to address, from a solid Biblical foundation, questions that arise as people explore (and live out) the Christian faith. The evening will begin with a video and then we will break off into small groups to discuss the doubts we have and the truth the Bible offers. Topics will include God, Creation, the Bible, Jesus, suffering, prayer, Satan and the afterlife.  We will get together on Wednesdays (Sept. 20 to Nov. 29) from 7pm until 8:30pm in the Church loft (upstairs room 301).

She Matters featuring Cheryl Bear in Song & Story

posted 19 Aug 2017, 09:42 by Peter Moore

Douglas Baptist Church is partnering with Canadian Baptist Ministries and supporting the She Matters Campaign. CBM’s She Matters Campaign seeks to highlight global gender inequity and in 2017 is focusing on issues facing Indigenous women in Canada.

CBM has invited singer/songwriter and Indigenous Leader Cheryl Bear from the Nadleh Whut’en community in Northern British Columbia, to be our She Matters spokesperson for this upcoming year. Cheryl is an award-winning performer and educator who shares stories of Indigenous life — the joy, sorrow, faith, and journey.
Learn more about Cheryl Bear at http://cherylbear.com/about/

Come here Cheryl share in song and story on Sunday, August 27 at 10:30am. A nursery and kids program will be provided (up to grade 5). As well we will be having a BBQ after the concert.

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