Fresh Future - 604 for 604 Campaign

We want to see Christian leaders advancing God’s Kingdom – and you can be a part of the vision!

We are $109,831.20 closer to our goal!

Total 18%

Help us reach $604,000.00!

The Fresh Future Appeal – 604 for 604

In 1935, pastor George Hawtin of Star City, Saskatchewan, followed a vision to “train tomorrow’s leaders,” and established the Bethel Bible Institute. Relocating to Saskatoon in 1937, Bethel was eventually renamed Central Pentecostal College and is now Horizon College & Seminary. This school and has been a leader in innovating ways to train Christian leaders for the past 85 years.

In January 2021, Horizon made a landmark move by relocating to a customized, state-of-the-art facility. Serving as a multi-denominational hub in the heart of the Canadian prairies, the facility is built with tomorrow’s Christian leaders in mind.

Its design incorporates efficient, flexible meeting spaces and high-end technologies that massively enhance and expand Horizon’s capacity to reach and prepare competent Christian leaders for the future.

Our location has changed but our mission remains as fresh and urgent as ever. And you play a pivotal role in it!

As part of our relocation to 604 Webster Street, we need to raise $604,000.00 – 604 for 604! Your donation today helps cover the expenses of establishing this innovative Christian leadership hub on the prairies and pays for the high-end technologies embedded in our classrooms that massively enhance and expand our ability to reach and prepare future Christian leaders.

Your ongoing support reduces the cost of tuition, easing the way for future leaders to heed God’s call. Thank you for catching the vision and inspiring it’s progress on – to train tomorrow’s Christian leaders, today!

This is your opportunity to be a part of Horizon’s fresh future!

  • Designate a gift to help us set up:
    Classroom kit-out
    Offices
    Chapel
    Library
    Student life (furnishings etc)
  • Support our virtual Fresh Future Event on January 29
  • Become a monthly donor
Fresh Future Appeal - 604 for 604

Fresh Future ONLINE FUNDRAISING EVENT

January 29, 2021

6:30 pm (CST)

Registration is now closed.

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ABOUT THE EVENT

To kick off our 604 for 604 campaign, we are hosting a special online fundraising event! Join us January 29 at 6:30 pm (CST) for an inspiring and informative session, featuring a discussion about the future of the church in Canada with multi-denominational leaders.

We will also hear student testimonies, an alumni choir, and will give a virtual tour of Horizon’s new facility! Plus – a special gift for registered attendees!

Watch the video here or find it on Facebook – and share with your friends!

Fresh Future Facebook Live Event
This is your opportunity to partner with Horizon and invest in developing competent Christian leaders!

A TIMELY DISCUSSION: THE FUTURE OF THE CHURCH IN CANADA
COVID has changed our world. With Generation Z we see the emergence of the first fully post-Christian generation. What does the church look like in a post-COVID, post-Christian world? What role does preparing future Christian leaders play?

GUEST SPEAKERS

Our panel discussion features insights from denominational leaders from The Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches, The Church of God in Western Canada, the Christian & Missionary Alliance, and The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada.

Rev Elton DaSilva
Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches logo

Rev. Elton DaSilva
Elton has been the National Director for Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches (CCMBC) since June 2018.

Prior to his appointment as National Director, Elton served in the role of Provincial Executive Director for the Mennonite Brethren Churches of Manitoba (MBCM) for 8 years. Elton has been a church planter and pastor and has a formal education background in business and economics.

Elton is married to Ana and they have 2 adult daughters and a son in high school. Elton and his family reside in Winnipeg.

Bishop Larry Hasmatali
Church of God in Western Canada

Bishop Larry Hasmatali
Larry is currently under appointment at the Church of God International Offices as the Administrative Bishop for the Church of God in Western Canada, which spans the provinces of MB, SK, AB & BC.

During his tenure as the Administrative Bishop, Larry has also maintained his position as the Lead Pastor of the Church of God-Moose Jaw where he has pastored since 1996.

Larry is passionate about pastoring, planting churches, helping established churches thrive, and assisting pastors and others in ministry to excel in leadership and life.

Bishop Larry has served on several denominational board and committees and presently serves on the Church of God Canadian National Executive Committee and the USA Missions Church Planting & Revitalization Task Force Board.

Bishop Larry and his wife, Connie, currently live in Moose Jaw, SK and have two adult children, Brandon and Maddison.

Rev Dr Bernie Van De Walle
Canadian Midwest District The Christian and Missionary Alliance

Rev. Dr. Bernie Van De Walle
Bernie has been the District Superintendent of the Canadian Midwest District since August, 2019. For 20 years prior to that, he was Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at Ambrose University and Seminary.

Pastorally, he has served in both British Columbia and Saskatchewan. His book, The Heart of the Gospel, is required reading for ordination with the Alliance internationally.

Bernie is ordained with the Alliance in Canada and has served as the Chair of its Board of Directors. Until recently, he was also the Chairman of the International Commission for Theological Education of the Alliance World Fellowship.

Bernie and his wife, Colleen (a Certified Public Accountant), have two grown sons, Ken and David (who is married to Hannah and are expecting their first child!) Bernie and Colleen were both born and raised in Saskatchewan.

Rev Dr David Wells
Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada

Rev. Dr. David Wells
Dave Wells has served as general superintendent of The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC) since May 2008. Dave serves as the President of the Pentecostal Charismatic Churches of North America, Vice-Chair of the Pentecostal World Fellowship and on the executive of the World Assemblies of God Fellowship.

Dave Wells has served as general superintendent of The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC) since May 2008. He was appointed general superintendent at General Conference 2008 after serving as the district superintendent of the BC/Yukon District. The PAOC has close to 1,200 affiliated churches, satellites and church plants, 3,700 credentialed ministers and a constituency of close to 265,000 people across Canada. Internationally, the organization has over 300 global workers serving in more than 50 nations.

Dave completed his undergraduate studies in theology at Vanguard College in Edmonton, Alberta, and has a Master of Arts in Christian Ministry from Briercrest Seminary, Saskatchewan. In May 2013, he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree by McMaster Divinity College. In April 2014, he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree by Briercrest College and Seminary and in July 2017 an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree by Pentecostal Bible and Leadership Institute, Malawi.

Dave served as senior associate pastor at Broadway Church in Vancouver, BC from 1994 to 1999, and previously pastored in Hamilton, ON, Calgary, AB, and Red Deer, AB.

Dave has served as Canadian chaplain for the Olympic Games (2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2016), Pan Am Games (2011 and 2015), and Commonwealth Games (1990, 1994, 2002, 2014 and 2018). He was chair of the Vancouver-Whistler Olympic organization’s multi-faith committee which organized chaplaincy at the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games. He also coordinated the Christian chaplaincy at the Vancouver 2010 games. He served in the same roles for the Toronto 2015 Pan Am and Parapan Am Games and at the Invictus Games Toronto 2017. He has also served on the executive boards that coordinated the Christian community for service at the Vancouver 2010 and Toronto 2015 Games.

Dave and his wife, Susan, live in Burlington, Ontario. They have three children—Shannon (Eric), Jonathan (Melissa) and Jordan (Justine)—and eight grandchildren, one of whom is in heaven.

What would an event be without prizes? As we move to our new location, we’re soaking up that wonderful feeling of starting fresh! And speaking of fresh starts, why not show a little 2021 love for some local businesses?

We’ve given away:

  • $100 to spend at the local business of the winners’ choice
  • $100 gift card to Kennedy’s Parable
  • A Horizon branded bunnyhug

The Fresh Future Giveaway campaign is officially closed. Thanks for playing!

We are $109,831.20 closer to our goal!

Total 18%

Help us reach $604,000.00!