NMBC Enews - 2019, 05, 03


This Sunday

Join us for worship services at 9:15am or 11:00am. Pastor Daniel will bring the message “Spicing It Up Can Take You Down” with Bible passage: 2 Kings 3:38-41.

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NMBC Events


1st SATURDAY MEN’S FELLOWSHIP - This Saturday, May 4 at 8am, hear what God is doing in the life of John Lohr. Following our gathering we will meet for breakfast at the New Minas Big Stop.


GROWING YOUNG - The Spring session of the EVBA and Annual Leadership Seminar will be hosted by Cambridge Baptist Church this Saturday, May 4 at 9am (lunch provided). Theme: “Growing Young” with Renee Embree, worship leaders Paul Fowler and Friends. Then stay for a fun ball game (if raining bring a crokinole board for a tournament!).


ROBIN MARK IN CONCERT - Singer/songwriter Robin Mark (“Days of Elijah” “Jesus, All for Jesus”) and Friends in concert at NMBC Thursday, May 30. Sponsored by Compassion Canada. Tickets are $20 and available at the church office.

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THE ALPHA FILM SERIES for youth and adults is here on Tuesday evenings (6:30-9:00). Explore life, faith, and meaning around food, teaching and discussion. Sign up at the Connections Centre. For more information please contact Pamela Flawn (pamelaflawn@gmail.com)


MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Church Clean Up Day will be Monday, May 13 from 6:00 - 8:00pm. Many hands make (good fun) and light work!

NMBC Announcement


UPCOMING VALLEY CARE PREGNANCY CENTRE FUNDRAISER - The Valley Care Pregnancy Centre is a local Christian Mission ministering throughout the Annapolis Valley. We partner together with this home mission to share the grace and truth of Jesus with young women and men facing life and death decisions. The Valley Care Pregnancy Centre is active in ministering to needy women and men facing crisis pregnancies, struggling with parenting, needing support through adoption and those wanting healing from deep regret after an abortion.

This Pregnancy Centre offers ongoing support, counselling, material aid, love, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ to everyone who needs help. Through this home mission, lives are being saved and hearts are turning to faith in Jesus and they are being connected to the local church.

This Baby Bottle Campaign is one way we can all work together to pray, raise awareness in the community and supply practical support for these Moms, Dads and Babies in need.

It’s really simple. On Mother's Day (next week), baby bottles will be distributed. Just take a baby bottle home, pray for this mission and over the next few weeks put a donation of cash or cheque in the bottle and return it to church on Father's Day Sunday.

It’s a simple and effective way to make a powerful impact for the Gospel here in our own back yard.

Together, we can make a big difference. By this time next year, a baby will be born who would not have existed if it were not for your support. Thank you.

NMBC Discipleship & Resources

2019 BIBLE READING CHALLENGE using the Bible Project plan. Find copies of the plan at the Welcome & Connections Centres and at nmbc.ca/bible and/or download the Read Scripture app for iPhone or Android at www.readscripture.org. At NMBC we love God’s Word!

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GRIEF SHARE - You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. Sundays at 9:00am in room B5. For more info, contact our church office or Dennis Wilson at camino99@outlook.com or 902-599-0095 / 902-300-9418.

Electives - 11AM Service

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NEW ELECTIVE: 7-week (April 28-June 9) study of the Apostle Paul a RightNow Media Study with Danny Zacharias.

Room: B6 @ 11am

Apart from Jesus, no one has had a greater influence in Christianity than the apostle Paul. This elective will view a short clip from RightNow Media each week and proceed with a discussion and Bible study. Join Danny Zacharias for a 7-week study on Paul's remarkable life and his voyages from Jerusalem across the Mediterranean world to Rome, where he was ultimately martyred. April 28 – June 9 during the first service in B6.

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THE GREENHOUSE is a book club for those who are new to Church and Christianity or for those who want to renew their understanding of what it means to be a follower of Jesus. Meeting Sundays in the Greenhouse Room at 11am. Questions: Please contact Tammy Bast (bast.tammy@gmail.com)

WORSHIP GUITAR -  If you've never played guitar, can play or haven't played in a long time, this is for you! Learn the basics of guitar and music theory and grow this new skill to enhance your relationship with Jesus! Meets in Room D2 (large room in daycare wing). Contact: John Lake.

MIDDLE SCHOOL (Grade 6-8) - Meeting in the Conference Room. Contact: Jonathan & Lara Ingles. 

HIGH SCHOOL (Grade 9-12) & YOUNG ADULTS - Meeting in the top level of the Youth Centre. Contact: John & Colleen DeLong.

THE NEW CITY CATECHISM is a modern-day resource aimed at helping children and adults alike learn the core doctrines of the Christian faith via 52 questions and answers. Look below for this week’s catechism question. Learn more at www.newcitycatechism.com

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NMBC Prayer

WEEKLY PRAYER TIME MINISTRY - Join us in the Prayer Chapel on Tuesday Evenings from 7:00-8:30pm to pray for our Church Ministries, Pastors, and our Church family. All Welcome. For more info please contact Pastor Sterling (sterling.gosman@nmbc.ca | 902-670-0833)

PERSONAL PRAYER - If you would like to be prayed for, members of our prayer team are available to do so before and after services in the Prayer Chapel every Sunday.

PRAYER REQUESTS - We would be honoured to pray for you! Please leave your signed or anonymous prayer requests in our Prayer Request box at our Prayer Centre in the lobby.

NMBC PRAYER LOG - The NMBC Prayer Log is available weekly by email. It contains prayer requests from our church family and their loved ones (also printed in our weekly bulletin), the CBM PrayerLine, and CBAC Prayer Link. This weekly publication is available by subscribing at office@nmbc.ca.

WEEKLY PRAYER VERSE - “May your Kingdom come soon. May your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.” ‭‭Matthew‬ ‭6:10‬ ‭NLT‬‬

Ministry Partners & Community


NEW BRUNSWICK FOODING - Hundreds of homes have been flooded in the Fredericton region with the rise of the St. John River. Samaritan’s Purse is deploying staff and volunteers to help struggling residents. Can you join us? Sign up to volunteer. Volunteers are needed starting Friday, May 3rd. Join us as we share the love of Jesus by offering tangible help to flood victims in their time of need. Volunteers will be trained and led by Samaritan's Purse staff, and given personal protective equipment and tools to assist homeowners with tasks such as clean up and sanitization. Volunteers must be at least 16 years or older, and youth ages 16 and 17 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. For more info on how you can help please visit SamaritansPurse.ca/NBfloods2019

CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP - Caregivers Nova Scotia in partnership with NMBC invite you to attend a free support group which offers a confidential, friendly atmosphere for you to discuss your experiences, and receive helpful information in a supportive environment for those who give unpaid care to parents, spouses, children, a friend or relative. The group meets the 2nd Thursday of each month from 2-7pm at the external building (formerly the youth centre) here at NMBC. For more info please contact Jennine Wilson at 902-680-8706 or 1-877-488-7390.

FUNDRAISING CONCERT - FEATURING SONLIGHT. You are invited to attend a fundraising concert for Landmark East Foundation Student Bursary Fund on Sunday, May 5, 2019 - 3:00 p.m. at White Family Funeral Home in Kentville. Free Will Offering will be received with proceeds to be donated to their Student Bursary Fund.

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St. Joseph’s Stage Prophets present their 17th production, Fiddler on the Roof at the Festival Theatre, Wolfville May 16 to 19.  Tickets for all 6 performs are $20 and available on-line at https://boxoffice.acadiau.ca, and in person at the Acadia Box Office, Box of Delights Bookstore, Wolfville and Occasions Gifts and Décor, Kentville.

NMBC Giving

Faithful giving is a biblical way that Christians participate in the work of Jesus through the local church. Weekly financial updates are available at the Welcome Centre or through email (office@nmbc.ca).


  • You can give during our weekend services.

  • You can give by mail: 9453 Commercial St., New Minas, NS, B4N 3G3

  • You can give through automatic withdrawal from your bank account. For more information about this contact Paris Chute at paris.chute@nmbc.ca

  • You can text to give with PushPay by texting giveNMBC to 77977.

  • You can give securely with PushPay through our NMBC iPhone / Android App

  • You can give securely online with PushPay

NMBC Communication & Social Media

NMBC Facebook Groups - We have many different Facebook groups that help various groups from our church stay up to date. Click the links and ask to join the groups that apply to you so that you don’t miss any info!