Thanks from PWRDF – March 2020

Christ Church Cathedral
168 Church St
Fredericton NB   E3B 4C9

March 26, 2020

80 Hayden Street, Toronto ON  M4Y 3G2
 pwrdf. org

Dear Friends of PWRDF,

On behalf of the Board, staff and partners of The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF), I would like to extend our thanks for the recent generous donation of $13,957.50 from your church.

Your gift supports the work of PWRDF and its partners in preventive health, mother and child wellness, food security and nutrition, clean water and sanitation, Indigenous language and cultural reclamation, economic empowerment, and emergency humanitarian relief both here at home in Canada and in more than thirty countries around the world. For over 60 years PWRDF has worked to improve the lives of marginalized people around the world through development programs and relief efforts. We could not achieve the results and successes and helped so many without the generous support of our caring donors like you.

Thank you again for your support for the work of PWRDF and our vision of creating a truly just, healthy and peaceful world.

With blessings and gratitude,

William Postma
Executive Director

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Moment for Missions – April 2018

“The Missions Committee would like to thank Beverly Morell for her leadership in the Belize Ministry. Over the past 10 years she has willingly devoted herself to the many tasks involved in this role, and we are very grateful for her leadership.

The four members of the 2018 mission team who will be assuming Beverly’s duties are Rebecca Butler, Caryn Gunter, Kelley Hall and Carol Ann Melvin. We wish them success in their new roles.”

Moment for Missions – March 2018

Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” And I said, “Here am I; send me!” ~ Isaiah 6:8 (NRSV)

The living God of the Bible is a sending God, which is what ‘mission’ means. He sent the prophets to Israel. He sent his son into the world… He also sent the Spirit to the church and sends him into our hearts today. ~ John Stott, Authentic Christianity, (1995), p. 315

~Gregg Finley, on behalf of the Missions Committee