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  • Apr14Wed

    Gracefield Registration 2021

    April 14, 2021 Gracefield Camp

    We are pleased to let you know that the online registration system for summer camp 2021 at Gracefield is now open!

    Now is the perfect opportunity to sit down as a family and decide which camp sessions your campers want to attend this coming summer. Go to the website to see descriptions of all the camp sessions offered in 2021.

  • Apr14Wed

    Perspectives Course 2021

    April 14, 2021 Perspectives Canada
    The PERSPECTIVES STUDY PROGRAM - is designed to enable you to discover God's plan for mankind and how you can be part of His purposes. It is a dynamic 15 lesson discipleship course taught by a variety of veteran missionaries, influential strategists and professors, each an expert in their respective area. You'll get the opportunity to discover what God is doing around the world and consider your part in His purposes.
  • Mar4Thu

    Gracefield Camp

    March 4, 2021 GraceField
    GraceField Christian Camp and Retreat Centre


    Bulletin Blips

    MARCH 2021

    Help us spread the word about the camp offerings to the folks in your congregation by placing these “Bulletin Blips” in your church bulletin. Feel free to make changes in the order or which dates these messages appear.

    MARCH 7

    Summer Jobs at Gracefield Christian Camp & Retreat Centre. Do you know...

  • Feb4Thu

    Another Long Night, A Book by Marilyn Savage

    February 4, 2021 Marilyn Savage

    It is a story of hope and resilience framed by her current battle with stage four neuroendocrine cancer and is interwoven with flashbacks to several earlier hospitalizations beginning in her childhood and youth.  This personal account is an honest companion for those walking similar journeys of anguish.  It documents a mother's accompaniment with a child who repeatedly faces her mortality and indirectly invites the reader to endure marathons of distress by resting in the deep love of God who is ever present.