225 – 50e Avenue, Lachine, QC H8T 2T7 | Phone: 1-800-268-3781 or (514) 634-7015

Conseil régional Nakonha:ka Regional Council

Incorporating communities of faith and outreach ministries from the former Consistoire Laurentien and Consistoire du Québec Presbytery of The United Church of Canada.

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Conseil regional Nakonha:ka Regional Council incorporates communities of faith and outreach ministries from the former Consistoire Laurentien and Consistoire du Quebec Presbytery of The United Church of Canada.

The multilingual nature of our region is an integral part of our identity. In addition to English and French, the primary languages spoken in communities of faith across the region include Mohawk, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese (including Urdu in worship), Armenian, Hungarian, and Korean.

Events

  1. United Church Celebrates 120 Years in Verdun: 1899-2019

    November 15 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  2. Loss & Living: Blues Songwriting with Rob Lutes

    November 16 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
  3. Unveiling Montreal’s “Homeless Jesus”

    November 16 @ 2:00 pm
  4. Nakonha:ka Regional Council Gathering

    November 23 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
  5. Good Neighbours

    November 27 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  6. Christmas Benefit lunch for the Dominique Literacy Center in Haiti

    December 14 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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#Nakonhaka #UCCanReminder: Join Edge - A Network for Ministry Development and United Church Moderator, the Rev. Dr. Richard Bott for a digital kitchen table conversation at 1pm (EDT) on Monday November 18!

Given the drastic demographic shift in our church over the past several decades and the recent structural changes, the topic will be "What is the church called to be today?"

This is a listening session for EDGE and the Moderator to hear firsthand from you. There won't be any announcements or news reported on; this is a chance for the Moderator to listen to your thoughts, hopes, fears, and dreams for the church in the world.

To join the conversation, please use the following link: ow.ly/h5RO50x1gFC

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Nouvelles Nakonha:ka News - 2019-11-06 - mailchi.mp/1e2bb4634a99/nouvelles-nakonhaka-news-2019-11-06 “Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth; break forth into joyous song and sing praises.”– Psalm 98:4 / « Habitants du monde entier, acclamez le Seigneur : criez de joie, chantez, célébrez ! » Psaume 98, 4 ...

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#Nakonhaka #UCCanA look back in time to St. James filled to capacity....October 26th, 1937...
An estimated 6,000 people had packed into the downtown church the previous day to listen to the “supreme commander of the Salvation Army.” Those present included business and religious leaders along with the poor, we reported. Her message about the Christian organization “move(d) the whole audience,” our headlines said.

The Salvation Army had been founded by Evangeline Booth’s father, William Booth, in London in 1865. The organization was built on a military model, with ranks for those who were part of “God’s army.” Evangeline Booth was “the only woman in the world to be called General,” we wrote before her Montreal speech.

The work of the Salvation Army was “the world’s greatest romance,” she told the crowd at St. James United. Street meetings, accompanied by music, helped bring a Christian message to those who are “perhaps not as well-blessed as others, to those whose education is lacking,” she said. The importance of music is clear in the foreground of the photograph, where a large brass band is visible.

Upon her arrival in Montreal, Booth was greeted at Windsor Station by Mayor Adhémar Raynault. She departed from the same location, accompanied by a throng of followers who sang “God be with you till we meet again” as the train pulled out of the station.

The Salvation Army remains active here and in 131 countries around the world. It is known for its charitable work.
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Phone: 1-800-268-3781 OR (514) 634-7015

225 – 50e Avenue,
Lachine, QC H8T 2T7

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Office Hours

Mon: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tue: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wed: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Thu: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sat & Sun: Closed