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Better Together: CBAC building a family of churches to reach our neighbourhoods for Christ

Mark November 24 on your calendars!

West End Baptist Church invites you to an informative and inspirational evening featuring Reverend Greg Jones, Director for Congregational Renewal at Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada (CBAC).

  • Hear Greg speak about CBAC's mission story
  • Meet representatives from Acadia Divinity College, Canadian Baptist Ministries, Crandall University, Bayside Camp, and more
  • Enjoy a potluck dinner with international dishes

To assist the event organizers, please RSVP by November 20 to Donna, WEB church administrator, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / (902) 422-6488.

If you would like to contribute to the potluck, please mention the food item that you will be bringing.

We looking forward to see you!


When    Saturday, November 24, 2018 / 5:30 p.m.
    (If you are bringing food for the potluck, please drop it off at 5:00 p.m.)
Location:   West End United Baptist Church, 1986 Preston Street, Halifax, NS
Information:   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / (902) 422-6488


About Greg Jones:

Born in Moncton, Greg spent most of his school years in Riverview, NB, and it was at Riverview United Baptist Church that he accepted Christ and began to be challenged with what it meant to be His follower. Following graduation from Riverview High School in 1977, Greg studied at Mount Allison University, Atlantic Baptist College, and then Mount Allison again where in 1982 he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Sociology. Because of a desire for a year of theological study for the purpose of integration, Greg went to Regent College in Vancouver for what he thought would be one year. It was during that year, however, that he began to discern a call to the pastoral ministry and so, after being married in NB in the summer of 1983, he and his wife Wendy returned to Vancouver for another two years to complete a MDiv.

In April 2002, Greg was called to a dual portfolio with the Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches, serving as Director of Development as well as Regional Minister for Region 6 (Southwest NB).

Currently Greg serves as an Associate Executive Minister as Director of the Centre for Congregational Renewal. He also is the interim director of the Atlantic Baptist Mission Board and oversees pastoral placement and assisting churches seeking pastors.

Two wheels. Three wheels. Two feet. 

Whatever you've got, you can Ride for Refuge for Soul's Harbour on September 29, 2018.


Ride for Refuge - rear view of children in bike trailer Ride for Refuge - Participants walking


Join West End's own West End Wheelies as they raise funds for the Souls Harbour Rescue Mission.
All ages and all abilities are welcome.


I want to be a Wheelie! 


Not able to take part in the event? You can sponsor the West End Wheelies


For more information, contact Wheelies captain Jennifer Seward.



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Souls Harbour Rescue Mission | Ride for Refuge


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1986 Preston Street
Halifax, NS B3H 3W2
Phone: (902) 422-6488








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