We've been blessed to have a retired caterer prepare meals every Sunday for 10 years (her reward will be great in heaven)! At the end of December she will no longer be able to prepare meals for us. We need your help in finding people who are willing to be involved in this important ministry. We continue to provide meals every Sunday as part of the church service.
Do you know someone who struggles with reading the Bible?
Get them an audio Bible speaker.
These are portable, rechargeable, waterproof speakers.
Each of these speakers come with an ESV dramatized audio Bible or a children's audio Bible if preferred.
Available in three colors. Blue Camo, Red, Black.
We are selling them for $26.50 (Includes PST)
No Wi-Fi or Bluetooth needed.
Audio Bible is downloaded on an SD Card and can be played through the speaker without connecting to anything else.
The Audio Bible is an ESV Dramatized Version.
“Cyboris” brand speaker
Waterproof Floating Wireless Speaker
Power Supply: Micro USB 5V/1A
It can be submersed in 3 feet of water without issue.
Did you know that the last remaining residential school building in Saskatchewan that has not been destroyed is on Muskowekwan First Nation by Lestock (north of Fort Qu’Appelle)? You can find more details at the following link:
Over the last number of years we have given out school supplies in a number of places- both here in Regina and on local reserves. This year we feel God is leading us to provide support to the Muskowekwan School on Muskowekwan First Nation. Doors are opening to share the Gospel here as there are many direct connections between people in our church in Regina and with families and leadership on the reserve of Muskowekwan.
Would you like to partner with us as we support Indigenous teachers teaching Indigenous children their own language and culture? Reconciliation is a long complicated process and this is only one step but we are committed to reaching out however we can and to hopefully find ways to show what the Church is supposed to look like.
Any donations of school supplies, shoes or financial gifts towards this project would make a huge difference! Please note we will also be supporting local children dealing with poverty as well - we are incredibly thankful that this project has grown to the point where we can not only support those in need in our community but also reach out to the reserves in our area.
donate online: www.goodnewschapel.ca/donate
For More Information including Drop Off location Call: (306)580-0112 or
Donations Deadline: August 29th
Come hear the latest news of what has been happening at the Good News Chapel at our in person banquet this year. The meal will be provided by Charlotte's Catering.
True reconciliation can only happen as we are brought into union with Jesus Christ. If you are interested in First Nations Ministry and would like to understand some of the differences in sharing the Gospel within a First Nation culture, join us online or in person.
Read our latest newsletter here or you can download the PDF version below.
Church Office Hours
Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm at Indian Metis Christian Fellowship (3131 Dewdney Avenue)