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The AGC is an Association representing over 150 churches, congregations and ministries from coast to coast across Canada.  Our National Staff serves as a support to member churches, pastors and associate staff.

Welcome to our website where you can discover more about the AGC, our staff, history and events.  Explore and discover ways in which we can serve you and your church.

Our Connect 2017 newsletter features stories from various churches across the country testifying to God's refreshing work of revival and renewal. 

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Latest News

What Can I Do? AGC Refugee Sponsorship Initiative Blog

Posted by donna on January 12, 2018

AGC RSI.PNGIt is so important as a family of churches in Canada that we do not forget our brothers and sisters facing extreme hardship and persecution in other countries.  But what can we do from here? This blog was originally posted on the AGC Refugee Sponsorship initiative website, www.agcrsi.org.

Written by Susan Davis

I have spent the evening again reading emails and messaging with people overseas. As time goes on, these people are becoming friends. We laugh together, we pray for one another, (I think that may be why my wrist is better again), we talk about our days and our children … and I often cry. May I introduce you to a few?

Let me introduce Bethany*.  Her husband Henry had been a teacher at a Missionary School before being charged with blasphemy. Bethany made the mistake of identifying extremists to police and speaking against them in the media. Their village was set ablaze, with explosives being thrown into houses.

When Henry’s name was added to the list of people identified to be killed, they were forced to leave home, and in 2012 they left with their children for what they hoped would be a new life in a new country. Today, Henry is in the IDC again, after spending 18 months there already 2013-2015. As Bethany says, “We request you to please mercy and help us we have no hope to live a life with freedom.” 


Upcoming Events

SW Ontario Ministry Leaders Gathering

Posted by donna on February 7, 2018

Please save the date for the Ministry Leaders Gathering taking place Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at The Rock Community Church in Woodstock, ON.

These events are no longer for pastors only - they are for all your key lay leaders and staff leaders.

More details to follow!