Weekly Prayer Meetings
Let us not neglect to pray! If there was ever an opportunity for us to pray, it is now. If there was ever an incentive to pray, it is now. If there was ever a reason to pray, it is this.
The MAP 2019-2020 year ended early as a result of the COVID-19. Our four apprentices have returned home and are continuing their online studies with MCS as well as coaching and mentoring with MAP supervisors and staff.
Let’s pray for our families, our neighbors, our friends without Christ, our spiritual leaders, our government leaders. If we believe in prayer, now is the time to pray.
During April, Every Wednesday From 12 noon to 1:00 PM we will have a District-Wide Zoom Prayer Meeting.
There are two ways to join:
1. Online via Zoom by clicking this link: https://zoom.us/j/194848502
2. By phone: 1 (647) 374-4685 Meeting ID: 194 848 502
(*This link and phone number are the same for all prayer zoom meetings in April)
UPDATE: Ministry Apprenticeship Program
This year's conference was intended to be held in Halifax, Nova Scotia from May 4 to May 7, but as a result of the current COVID-19 global pandemic, will now be conducted online only, on May 5, 2020. While we were looking forward to hosting this event, we fully support this decision and urge you all to keep May 5 available on your calendars so that you're able to participate in this year's conference.
UPDATE: General Conference 2020
NB Workers Emergency Income Benefit
From the Government of New Brunswick's website:
"A one-time income benefit of $900 is available for workers or self-employed people residing in New Brunswick who have lost their job due to the state of emergency. The benefit will help to bridge the gap between when a person lost their job or closed their business on or after March 15, 2020, to when the national benefit takes effect. The benefit will end on April 30, 2020."
Find out more here.
UPDATE: Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy
Further details have been given around the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy. We are working on providing you with more information.
An excerpt from the Government of Canada's website says:
"To help businesses keep and return workers to their payroll through the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, proposed the new Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy. This would provide a 75-per-cent wage subsidy to eligible employers for up to 12 weeks, retroactive to March 15, 2020...
Eligible employers would include individuals, taxable corporations, and partnerships consisting of eligible employers as well as non‑profit organizations and registered charities."
Find the latest information here.
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