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Christian Life Assembly's (PAOC) Response to the Kamloops Tragedy
Christian Life Assembly is profoundly moved and grieved at the recent discovery of the loss of life for 215 children under the residential school system. As a country we have all been forced to revisit sins of the past, as though they just took place. The feelings are raw, emotions run deep, and there are no quick and easy answers on what steps to take next.
Words do not come easy and profound proclamations are not needed... but the Spirit’s presence is. And so, in His Spirit, we desire to stand with the Indigenous community in this time of horrific tragedy. And we hurt because humanity hurts.
On May 9, 2012, The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, along with its Aboriginal leadership, nationally expressed a commitment to mutual covenant relationship, recognizing that reconciliatory efforts are not one-time events but ongoing encounters that we must walk together in every day. As 2 Corinthians 5:18 declares, we have all been given the ministry of reconciliation. It is with this commission of ministry in full view that CLA takes a humble stance, posturing ourselves to listen and lament with the brokenhearted. To be willing to help bear the burden and journey with those who feel a deep sense of loss.
Our goal as a church is to take active steps to listen and learn along the way. With saddened and troubled spirits at this recent discovery of such tragedy, we pray for the Indigenous community today. And we pray for our nation of Canada during this time of reckoning. Full healing and reconciliation can only come when we are first reconciled to God in Christ. Reconciled with God we are able to demonstrate love for God and love for our Indigenous neighbours through the tangible steps of action our Creator leads us to take. May His peace and comfort reign in our lives and in the lives that have suffered such a great loss.

Pastor Tim, the leadership of CLA and The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada
This Sunday, Pastor Tim will continue Part 6 in our series 'Future Church.' This weekends message is titled, 'A Community of Contribution in a Culture of Selfishness.' In Western, urban culture, career for many people is far more than a way to pay the bills; it’s a quasi-religion people look to for identity, community, and purpose. Against that backdrop is the biblical theology of work as an expression of love and service to God and neighbour. In this teaching we explore the purpose of work as an intention act, through the practice of vocation!  We hope to see you IN-PERSON & ONLINE this Sunday at 10:00am!
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Construction is moving ahead smoothly on the CoLAb Studio! Vinyl plank flooring is going down, new vignette windows are being installed and brand new LED pot lights are filling the ceiling of the studio!! We are so close to reaching our stage 2 financial goal of $5000! If you would like to invest into the CoLAb please click on the link below. Thank you CLA for your willingness to support this project. We can't wait to show you the final reveal!
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We have a new date for our TEAM NIGHT!! June 27th. If you are currently a volunteer in any capacity, or would like to join the team, please mark your calendar. This will be night full of vision, strategy and team building! We hope to see you there.
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