Regina Supercars

Regina Supercars

Cars for Single Moms

Regina Supercars is a faith-based organization whose goal is to contribute to the security and stability of single mothers and their families by providing them with a vehicle that meets their transportation needs.

Often, low-income single moms can manage their day-to-day expenses and provide for their family’s regular needs, but the initial cost of a reliable vehicle can be beyond their reach. A vehicle can make a significant difference to that family.

You can make a real difference by making a contribution today! Regina Supercars operates on donations of:

  • money
  • vehicles
  • automotive services

To find out more about how you can help, please visit reginasupercars.com, or call Andrew at 306-789-2814.

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R.E.M.A. Good Friday Service

Come join Regina’s community of churches this Good Friday, as we remember the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, and celebrate the Lord’s Supper together.

Everyone is welcome to attend! (Childcare will be provided.)

Guest Speaker: Pastor Rick Parkyn

Date: Friday, March 30 at 9:00 & 11:00 a.m.

Location: Celebration Church – 3130 Renfrew Cres., Regina

The offering will be in support of The Caring Place.

Please Note: They are still looking for volunteers, particularly ushers, greeters, parking lot attendants, and childcare workers (you must have your criminal records check already completed). If you are interested in helping, please call Kathy at The Caring Place at 306-347-2273.

Fund Coordinator Position

city kidz logoCityKidz is hiring a part-time fund coordinator.

CityKidz provides a Saturday afternoon program, free of charge, for children aged five to twelve, living in low-income communities. This includes door-to-door transportation and nutritional lunches, all followed up with weekly home visits.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Build strong relationships with current sponsors/investors and with new sponsors/investors
  • Create fundraising support materials
  • Oversee the annual supporters banquet
  • Research and develop new fundraising/awareness events
  • Research and complete potential grant opportunities

Required Skills and Experience:

  • University degree or currently attending University with an emphasis on non-profit sector, or equivalent experience
  • Superior writing, verbal, written, and inter-personal communication skills, including the ability to craft a clear, concise and persuasive grants and marketing tools
  • Must be detail-oriented and extremely organized with the ability to prioritize workload

Closing Date: March 2, 2018

Wage: Based on experience

Submit resume with two references to:
CityKidz Regina – Donna West, Branch Manager
PO Box 3112 Regina SK S4P 3G7
donna@citykidz.ca

For more information, please call 306-529-8656.

Volunteer Information Session

Volunteer posterAt CityKidz Regina, they believe every child should have the right to have hope, dream big, and have a positive future. To accomplish this, they provide children living in under-privileged communities a Saturday afternoon program, free of charge, through which the children learn love, hope and faith. This is followed up with weekly home visits.

By volunteering at CityKidz, you will impact the lives of these children, and help to build the next generation of leaders within our schools, communities, city and province. You will also be part of the solution to the rising criminal activity in our city, as research has shown that a child’s behaviour will change significantly when there is even one positive adult figure in his or her life.

Volunteer information Session
Date: Thursday, February 15 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: 1475 Athol St. (Dewdney doors), Regina, SK

For more information, contact Donna at 306-529-8656 or donna@citykidz.ca.

Christmas in North Central Regina

Sermon on the Mount MinistriesSermon on the Mount Ministries will once again be hosting a free Christmas dinner at the Albert Community School in North Central Regina.

Last year they had over 200 people attend. They served a free meal, children were given gifts, and everyone was welcomed with the love of Christ.

This year’s dinner will be held on Saturday, December 23. They need our help to make it a success. If you would like to donate food, please call Eliza at 306-502-0042. If you would like to donate toys/gifts for children ages 1-15, you may bring them to Pass the Word by Monday, December 18. All support is greatly appreciated.

Healing Hearts Ministries – Project 300

Healing Hearts Ministry
Healing Hearts Ministry

As members of Healing Hearts Ministries, Nick & Vivian Helliwell serve in Regina’s aboriginal and inner city communities. Having lived in Regina most of their lives, they offer insightful, empathetic perspectives on the street-level and First Nations ministries.

In addition to serving as Healing Hearts’ Pastor of Men’s Ministry, Nick’s ministry includes serving as a half-time chaplain at the Regina Provincial Corrections Centre, being a chaplain with the Regina Qu’Appelle Health District, and visiting the Community Training Residence where men from the jail transition back to the community. To learn more about the Helliwells’ involvement in the community, please click here.

Earlier this year, Nick and Vivian suffered a personal tragedy when their eldest daughter passed away. They subsequently took in her seven children, and their other daughter plus her son moved in to help. With the foster child they already had, they now have twelve members in their household.

The stress and financial strain of the situation contributed to Nick having a heart attack in October. Being unable to work for a month enhanced their financial difficulties. They need our support! A one-time donation would be a blessing, but what they really need is ongoing monthly support. Please pray about whether you can help these valuable members of our community.

Click here for information about donating to their ministry. Important: Please ensure you designate your donation to Project 300 – Nick & Vivian Helliwell.

Volunteers Needed at SHRM

Souls Harbour Rescue Mission is a faith-based, non-profit organization committed to helping the homeless and the needy. They are gearing up for a busy fall and winter season, and would like to invite you, individually or as a group, to help in a volunteer capacity.

Their primary need for volunteers is in their meal program, helping prepare and serve 200 meals on a daily basis, Monday through Friday, but they also need help at the free clothing store. All volunteers must be 14 years of age or older. For more information, please check the attached poster, or visit their website at www.shrmsk.com/get-involved/volunteer.

 

GNC School Supplies for North Central

gnc school suppliesGood News Chapel is requesting our help to provide school supplies and shoes for children living in North Central Regina.

Suggested Donations: new shoes, backpacks, markers, pencils, erasers, pens, rulers, calculators, pencil crayons, glue, duo-tangs, notebooks (not spiral), scissors, pencil boxes, pencil sharpeners, tissues, kids tracts, and scripture bookmarks.

Deadline for Donations: Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017. Please drop off donations at Indian Metis Christian Fellowship – 3131 Dewdney Ave., Regina.

Volunteers are needed to sort supplies prior to Aug. 29, as well as to give supplies to parents and children on Aug. 29 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

You may also donate online by visiting goodnewschapel.ca.

For more information, please call 306-580-0112.

Praise in the Park 2017

praise in the parkThe Praise in the Park event is the culmination of Love Week – Regina (see the Love Week Regina website for more details).

On Saturday, September 16, 2017, from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., musicians and bands will play music to praise and worship Almighty God in Victoria Park – the heart of our city. There are several bands participating from local churches, plus the headliner for 2017 is The Color and the backing headliner is Informants!

Throughout the event there is a Children’s Fair, Missions Fair, Prayer Tent, and new this year is an Arts Fair. There is also free food! The cost for everything is FREE, but be sure to bring your own lawn chair or blanket, so you can enjoy the event in comfort.

Visit loveweekregina.ca or call Alex at 306-999-4111 for more information about the event and how you can get involved.

What can you do for this ministry?

  • Volunteer: They need volunteers to assist in many areas. Check out their sign-up page for more information.
  • Donate: All financial support is greatly appreciated.
  • Would your church like to help promote this upcoming gathering? Handouts can be picked up at Pass the Word, and posters will be available closer to the event.
  • Pray that many lives would be touched through this ministry. You are also welcome to join their prayer meeting on Friday, August 25 at 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. at Wellsprings Victory Church – 1625 Montreal St., Regina.
  • And don’t forget to attend this exciting event and bring a friend!

Summer to Remember 2017 – A CityKidz Project

city kidz logoShare the gifts of faith, hope, and love with inner city kids by making Summer 2017 one to remember.

For many inner city children, summer means two long and boring months until school begins again, simply because their families can’t afford the activities other children are involved in during summer vacation. Many of these children have never had the opportunity to experience camp life – a unique and often life-changing experience.

In 2016, CityKidz was able to help 30 children experience various summer camps, and this year they would love to increase that number to 45. But they need our help to do so! There are numerous expenses involved, including registration fees, transportation, sleeping bags, Bibles, and canteen costs. No gift is too small. $25 can help cover the cost of a sleeping bag. $100 will send one child to camp.

If you would like to help inner city children have a Summer to Remember, you can donate online, or mail cheques to:
CityKidz Regina
P.O. Box 3112
Regina, SK S4P 3G7

For more information, please contact Donna at 306-529-8656 or email her at donna@citykidz.ca.