Ontario Conference Bids a Fond Farewell to Three of its Office Staff

On Tuesday, October 20, Ontario Conference administrators, directors and support staff gathered virtually to say goodbye to three individuals who have contributed significantly to our conference over the years. With 81 combined years of ministry in Ontario, Ada Nichols, former administrative secretary to the executive secretary, Fernando Norte, property custodian, and Daniel Carley, most recently interim Superintendent of Schools, will surely be missed.


NAD Adult Ministries Webcast

Greetings NAD Adult Ministries Family,
Today we will talk about "The Why, How, and Common Spiritual Sense” of getting ALL “The Gospel Soldiers On The Battle Field”! Our Guest is Dr. Reynold Hazel Wood, Personal, Prison, School of Evangelism, and Muslim Ministries Coordinator of the Ontario Conference in Toronto Canada. He will explain the “Total Member Involvement/ I Will Go!” initiative of the World Church in a Powerful Way!
Be blessed, NAD Adult Ministries Team

Ontario Conference Dedicates Long-awaited Cessna 185 for Mission to Northwestern Ontario

This Thanksgiving, Ontario Conference has a lot to be thankful for despite a challenging 2020. One of our biggest blessings is that the Cessna 185 aircraft we obtained in 2017, in collaboration with Adventist World Aviation (AWA), is now ready for use. The Cessna represents a new chapter in Ontario Conference history. By God’s grace, it will serve the health and humanitarian needs of remote/isolated Indigenous communities in Northwestern Ontario and pave the way for ministry in a yet unreached population.


First-Ever Virtual Workers’ Meeting Signals a New Era of Ministry

At a typical, in-person workers’ meeting, Ontario Conference workers from across the province gather to worship, glean best practices for ministry and receive administrative updates. This year, due to COVID-19, our workers’ meeting was virtual, but that didn’t prevent it from being an amazing time of fellowship and growth for our pastors, teachers, support staff, directors and administrators. In many ways, this workers’ meeting, held Monday, Sept. 28 to Wednesday, Sept. 30, was revolutionary. The virtual platform broke down walls, as workers from all regions, cultural and language backgrounds worshipped, shared their burdens, prayed and learned together. With dedicated times for open discussion, this workers’ meeting surpassed others by kick-starting the critical conversation on moving our conference forward in an ever-changing context.  



Ontario Pathfinders Celebrate 45 Years in Style

Did you know that 45 years ago, when Pathfinder Ministry began in Ontario, there were only four clubs (Harvie—now Toronto West, Mississauga, Perth and Toronto East)? And today there are 70 official clubs and 1200 Pathfinders in our Conference?

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