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Endorsements by Bishop Felix Orji & Canon Medad Birungi

We are grateful for these two endorsements by the Right Rev. Dr. Felix Orji and Rev. Dr. Medad Birungi of our upcoming book “God’s Firestarters: preparing our families for coming revivals”. The book is now at our publisher Larry Luby of His Publishing Group in Dallas Texas.
“I have known Dr Ed Hird since 1992. His life and ministry have been dedicated to Jesus, the renewal of the Church, and the strengthening of the family. In this masterpiece, he and Janice once again point us in the direction of the necessity and
means of renewal and awakening through sharing the stories of men and women who came face to face WITH God and hence experienced his reviving fire. This is a powerful book. Read it and you will be renewed by the Holy Spirit as you pay heed
to his voice.”
—The Rt Rev’d Dr Felix Orji, Diocesan Bishop
Anglican Diocese of the West.
Coordinating Bishop of CONNAM.
“Spiritual Fire-starters are people lovers, risk takers, tireless workers and servant leaders who are characterized by wet eyes, bent knees and a humble spirit crying for revival. This is what this book is all about, and the anointing Rev Dr Ed & Janice Hird carry. I highly endorse this book.”
—The Rev Dr Medad Birungi Zinomuhangi, PhD
Founder & President of World Shine Ministries, Uganda.”

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Check it out

Check out Bishop Peter Klenner preaching at All Saints Church in Crescent Beach on “The Identity of Jesus Revealed’ from Colossians 1.


New book coming out soon

Dear friends,
Our latest book ‘God’s Firestarters: preparing our families for coming revivals’ is currently gone for formatting and layout with our good friend Bill Glasgow, before going to Dallas Texas with Larry Luby of His Publishing Group. It should be out for Christmas
I encourage you to not only read this God’s Firestarter book, but even other books written by the same authors. Just one example, “Celebrating the differences” as enrichment instead of taking them as issues. I bless you, Ed+ and Janice, as you use your gift of writing.
–The Most Rev Kolini Musaba Emmanuel (Rtd. Archbishop of Rwanda).

When the sun’s light hits a gem at just the right angle, it catches our eye, it sparkles, it draws us closer. Ed and Janice Hird have caught these gems of the Faith in just the right perspective, heartfelt relationships with spouse and God, for them to shine for us and fill our hearts with hope and hopefully, close enough for fire.
–The Right Rev’d Carl Buffington, New Covenant Church, Winter Spring, Florida, Anglican Mission International

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Join us for worship

Join us in person today with Bishop Peter Klenner at 10am for exciting Sunday worship at All Saints Community Church in Crescent Beach. The location is 12268 Beecher Street, Surrey BC, just off Crescent Road. See you there. Bring your family and friends.

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Watch with us our first outdoor service

A joyful first out-door service at All Saints Community Church. You are encouraged to repost this to your FB friends.

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Join us in person

You are invited to join us on Sunday July 25th at 10am with Bishop Peter Klenner for All Saints Community Church’s first in person service in Crescent Beach. ( 12268 Beecher Street) Bring a portable chair as we worship outside.

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Join us for Communion

I’m happy to announce that our church service this Sunday is an “Instructional Eucharist.” Come and find out all about the history of the church and her services. An Instructional Eucharist is all about finding out why we do what we do. In a sense, it’s all about learning how to remember.

We’ll be in our underground church this week and we’re looking forward to sharing the service with you again.

The service begins on this morning Sunday—the 4th July—at 10:45am PST on YouTube. Please come and join us as we fellowship “together.”

You can find the Service by clicking HERE.

This is a wonderful time to fellowship together.

A special note:

You’ve probably heard by now that the government announced on Thursday that churches are allowed to go back to meeting without restrictions. Hallelujah! To that end, I’d like to hear what you think. Even though our building is under renovation at the moment, we could still meet somehow? (Maybe a song and prayer gathering in the afternoons. Maybe communion in the park. I would really love to hear what you think and what ideas you might have.) At this point I don’t know exactly when the church building will be ready for us to meet in, but maybe there is something we can do in the meantime? Please let me know what you think.

Thank you for being such a faithful church family. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to call me.

The peace of our Lord,

Bishop Peter (and Jenny) Klenner


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Join us this morning

This morning we celebrate the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul. It’s amazing to consider that the Roman Catholic church have actually found the remains of these two great Apostles. We remember these great men because of the work of the Kingdom they did, and for the scriptures they wrote.

We also remember Canada as we sing our National Anthem—please pray for our nation—and we’ll study the words of St. Paul as he gives us good practical, spiritual advice from his epistle to the Ephesians.

We’re back at the underground church this week as renovation preparations are under way.

The service begins this morning—the 27th June. Please come and join us as we fellowship “together.”

You can also find our YouTube Channel by clicking here.

This is a wonderful time to fellowship together.

On Monday (28th June) we’re having our Lumberjack Day for all men and boys from 12:00 noon onwards. If you can join us do let me know.

If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to call me.

See you at church.

The peace of our Lord,

Bishop Peter (and Jenny) Klenner