Blessings, Rhema fam!

For this week, please note the following:

  • Virtual Home Group - This Wed, Feb 07
  • Black History Month - The Trending Table & NACCA Programs
  • Rhema Food Bank - Registration 10 am to 12 pm; Closes at 1 pm

Notice: Our Toronto campus is located at Bellvue Manor (8083 Jane St, Vaughan, Ontario)

Our corporate office is at 12 - 401 Magnetic Drive, North York, ON, M3J 3H9. Please call the office ahead if you plan to visit @ (416) 496-1794

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Weekly Meditation

Psalms 34: 1-22

Turn from evil and do good; seek peace and pursue it.

~Psalms 34:14 [NIV]

February 11th, 2024

This Sunday, we will continue the year with the series VISION - Part 2:

  • A Clearer Picture

You'll be able to download sermon notes here ahead of time.

Join us virtually on Microsoft Teams

This Wed, February 07th

Register Here

We encourage you to access the Study Notes

before the meeting so that our discussion can be seamless.

We look forward to building lasting connections with you through this initiative.

*Virtual Home Groups (VHG), is a network of small group fellowships comprising of a maximum of 12 families, gathering in a virtual space to study various biblical topics, pray, and fellowship.

Powerful & Memorable Ways To Celebrate

2024 Black History Month

Here are some recommended events in Toronto and the GTA that you can participate in to celebrate this year's Black History Month.

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Date: February 24 & 25

During black history month, TheTrendingTable Inc. will be hosting a pop up market promoting local black owned businesses.

Join this market event at Stackt Market for a weekend of shopping, supporting, and networking with black entrepreneurs

or becoming a vendor yourself.

Find Out More
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Black History Month Programming

This Black History Month, NACCA will host FREE events which will delve into conversations about how storytelling is used to highlight the diverse stories and contributions of Black Canadians, past and present.

"Stories have been used to dispossess and to malign, but stories can also be used to empower, and to humanize. It can break the dignity of a people, but it can also repair that broken dignity.” - Chimamanda N. Adichie

Find Out More

Date & Time:

Weekly on Mondays

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

First come, first serve basis


No sheltering space available

No access to washroom

Please bring your own bags

To Get Connected...
Kid's Ministry - [email protected]
Women's Ministry - [email protected]
Youth Ministry - [email protected]
Men's Ministry - [email protected]

Got any questions about anything at all?

Our inbox is always open at Communications. 

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