June BBQ


Many of us are ever so busy planning before summer holiday season hits for the upcoming months - recruiting volunteers, considering new opportunities, coordinating calendars.

We invite you to t ake a bit of time out of your busy schedule to "grill and chill" together with fellow leaders.
Come share something you are really excited about as a leader in your church or ministry ... learn more about new initiatives for fall Alphas ...and find out about Waybase, an online platform that allows Christian ministries to find each other, to partner together and to show collective impact.  Loads of exciting things are happening in our community. 

Past Events


Ann Voskamp

Thursday, May 16th 2019

24th Annual citywide London Prayer Breakfast at the London Convention Centre.  As a network of Christian leaders, we feel compelled, just as Paul wrote to Timothy, to encourage His people to pray for our city. "I urge you, first of all, to pray for all people. Ask God to help them; intercede on their behalf, and give thanks for them. Pray this way for kings and all who are in authority‚Ķ. This is good and pleases God our Savior who wants everyone to be saved and to understand the truth." (1 Tim. 2:1-3).

Speaker: New York Times bestselling author,  Ann Voskamp

Music: We are Worshippers

Prayer Breakfast 2018

Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 (7:15-9:00 a.m.)
Lamplighter Inn and Conference Centre on Wellington Road

Featuring Dr. Preston Pouteaux, pastor at  Lake Ridge Community Church, beekeeper & author of Into the Neighborhood . Preston is part of the Forge Canada National Team and teaches at colleges across the country. He studied at Covenant Bible College, Briercrest College, Regent College, Tyndale Seminary, and  Jerusalem University College in Israel. He is the author of Imago Dei to Missio Dei and  The Bees of Rainbow Falls: Finding Faith, Imagination, and Delight in Your Neighbourhood . Since 2015 his syndicated column, Into the Neighbourhood, has been printed over one million times in weekly newspapers. Preston lives in Chestermere, Alberta, with his wife Kelly, their daughters Scotia and Ivy, and a few thousand honeybees.