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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 2018 newsletter features stories from various churches across the country on the theme of abiding in Christ.  Cliquez ici pour la version française.  

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Latest News

Bill's Blog: To What End?

Posted by admin on August 1, 2018

Over the next several months, I’d like to talk about the ENDS. Not the END, but our AGC ENDS – the strategic ministry initiatives by which we accomplish our stated purpose as an Association. With the recent change in our AGC structure, we are focusing on four primary areas of ministry activity that give substance to our vision of being … A Movement of Healthy Reproducing Churches.

Kaemingk book.jpgNATIONAL COMPASSION & JUSTICE:  This is a new END for us. It was birthed from a deep compassion to address the heart-wrenching plight of Syrian refugees. Our Syrian Refugee Initiative has been the framework enabling several AGC churches to sponsor Syrian refugee families as they arrive in Canada to begin a new life, free from the sufferings of war, persecution and destitution that many have experienced.

As Christians, and as an Association of churches, compassion must be a part of our ethos. Throughout Scripture we see the compassionate heart of God.  God’s compassion is extended through His Son, who took the world’s punishment on the cross that made it possible for us to be reconciled to the Father.


Upcoming Events

North Central Alberta Pastors Cafe

Posted by donna on September 18, 2018

Meeting at Wetaskiwin Mission Church, Tuesday September 18, 2018

For more details, please contact Warren Charlton