Group & Circle Info


Calgary:

Members here generally meet on the second and fourth Sunday of most months at the North Haven Community Centre just east of Nose Hill Park. They come from all parts of the city, and some from as far away as Airdrie and Olds to the north, and Black Diamond to the south. They maintain an extensive library of "Swedenborgian" books for lending or for sale. They often host visiting ministers but also conduct their own lay services. There is even a toll-free number for enquiries, which takes you to Mr. & Mrs. Hart Lipski, who can answer any of your questions, fill you in on all current activities of the group, and give you directions to North Haven. Call 1-877-533-6955. Or go to www.CalgaryProject.org for more information.

Edmonton:

Members here meet only occasionally but welcome any new interest and do also host visiting ministers from time to time. Activities centre on the south side, not far from Old Strathcona, and you can get more information by contacting Mr. Michael Hamm at 780-499-1245, or through his business at Frame30@frame30.com, a film production company.

Although there is a settled New Church congregation in the northern suburbs it is not part of our specific fellowship. They also maintain an extensive library of "Swedenborgian" literature. For enquiries call the Rev. Rd. David Fekete, at "The Church of the Holy City," 780-475-1620.

Grande Prairie:

This group meets regularly twuce a month throughout the school year at 4:30 in the afternoon, as they host the minister from Dawson Creek, BC, after he finishes his service there. Please note, meetings are held in members' homes in Grande Prairie but once a month they drive to Debolt, a little village about 50 kms. east of the city where they rent a small United Church for services and visiting. For details about the meetings please call Mr. Norman Dyck at 780-539-4977.

Dawson Creek:

Please see the "Congregations" page.

Vancouver:

Members throughout the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island host quarterly visits from ministers from other Canadian congregations. There are isolated readers in the central interior of BC, including Williams Lake, Kelowna, Summerland, and the Wells-Gray region. Please use the form on the "contact us" page to learn more.

To see the scheduled visits to the Vancouver area click here

Winnipeg:

Here a loose knit but very congenial group meets occasionally (usually in the eastern suburbs, but sometimes north or near the airport) with a visiting minister for services, classes and discussion. For information contact Mr. Pat Corrigan at 204-222-2478.

Note, there are isolated readers in many rural areas of Manitoba, including the region around Brandon. Please use the form on the "contact us" page to learn more.

Kitchener:

Please see the "Congregations" page .

London:

Here a small group of very dedicated readers meets weekly to study and discuss the New Church teachings, and they also host a pastoral visit from Kitchener approximately once a month. For information about this group please contact our Kitchener pastor, the Rev. Mark Allais, at pastor@carmelnewchurch.org.

Oshawa:

Many years ago a group of Evangelicals under the leadership of Mr. David Lockwood discovered the writings of Swedenborg and began to study them. So began a gradual transformation leading to a number of conversions. Mr. Lockwood and others continue to meet occasionally to study and discuss these teachings, and he would be especially pleased to answer any of your questions. Call 905-725-8131.

Ottawa:

Members scattered around the capitol region meet monthly for worship and discussion, usually just south of the city centre, and they host visiting ministers on a regular schedule. For more information contact Mrs. Donald McMaster at 613-236-8635.

Parry Sound:

Here members gather from a broad region of cottage country (summer and winter) for worship and discussion when a pastor is available to visit from Toronto or Kitchener. Please use the form on the "contact us" page to learn more.

Toronto:

Please see the "Congregations" page

Montreal West:

Our main contact here is bilingual and will be very pleased to answer any questions about the church. Call Mr. Denis DeChazal at 514-489-9861

Saskatoon:

Our mian contact here is Mr.Dennis Reddekopp, a retired gentleman who has a Masters Degree in Swedenborgian theology and how would be pleased to answer any questions. He can be reached at 306-931-4470. 

There is also a little gorup in Rosthern, about 90 kms. North of Saskatoon, that generally meets once a month for services under lay leadership. Although they are not part of our particular fellowship we serve them occasinally with pastoral vists.  Mr Reddekopp has the details.

 

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