Children Ministry Appreciation Video

Thank you teachers and volunteers who helped out this year in the Children Ministry. To be able to serve in the name for our love to Christ is truly blessing. We are proud to have everyone of you here at SEAC kids. 



General News Update 27th May 2017

Cultural Fluency Seminar with Jaffray Centre has wrapped up, thank you for attending and we will evaluate and plan to reboot in fall 2017.


Recruiting Summer Camp Counselor position to help out at MCLC, 30 hours/ week for seven weeks starting July 3rd. Looking for passionate individuals who likes sports and working with children, has to be going back to school as full time student in the fall. Please contact the pastoral staff or Matthew Chan if you are interested, enrollment deadline by the end of June.


Summer Sports Camps: Five weeks of sports camp including Soccer, Basketball and Floor Hockey starting July 10th. Monday to Friday from 9am till noon for $45/week. Looking for campers from Grade 1-6, more info available on flyers or on MCLC's website, enrollment deadline by the end of June.


Hong Kong University is partnering with SEAC for a summer internship program where four of their students from the Faculty of Social Science will conduct a series of community research and site visits. They will be also be helping with MCLC's operation as part of their internship program. Please pray that they may be able to gain unforgettable experience and friendships during their stay may be even get to learn about the gospel. They will be staying at the Taylor Seminary's dormitory starting June 1st.


Tax Clinic: we are almost at the end of the program, and has help around 120 clients with their tax return this year, we will have the extra figures and hours of volunteer work contributed once we finish the paper work.

MCLC Module Course Description Updates!

Cultural Fluency Seminars: Embracing Your Neighbor

Learning to live and work together as Canadians in our ongoing multicultural context is a significant undertaking for local businesses, communities, and churches. These introductory seminars on cultural fluency provide insights for increasing our ability to understand and navigate cultural differences that exist within our diverse Canadian neighborhoods.

JGL 512 - Understanding our Sikh Neighbours (March 3-4, 2017)

DESCRIPTION: This seminar is designed to help build bridges towards understanding our Sikh neighbours. The seminar will discuss how the teachings of Sikhism differ from Hinduism. The participants will have the opportunity to visit a Gurdwara (a place where Sikhs worship) for a time of interaction. After completing the seminar, participants will be able to pray and witness more effectively to their Sikh neighbours. FACILITATOR: Pat Bhatti

Pat Bhatti was born in Punjab, India to a family whose ancestors believed in Hinduism for generations. It was through the labors of Christian missionaries that his grandfather came to faith in Christ. Pat’s parents followed Christ and raised him to fear God. After graduating college, Pat served in a missionary hospital and later taught in a Christian High School in the Punjab. In 1972, he moved to Canada with his wife and four children. With the influx of Punjabis to Canada in the eighties and hardly any outreach for this people group, Pat was wondering who would share the good news with them. It was then the Lord called him into ministry. As an ordained pastor with C&MA, Pat has been serving the Multicultural Alliance Church in Edmonton for 24 years and reaching out to the South Asians through market place evangelism.

JGL 513 - Developing a Church-based Ministry with New Canadians in Your Neighbourhood (April 7-8, 2017)

DESCRIPTION: How can your church develop intercultural ministry pathways to Jesus for immigrants in your neighbourhood? In this seminar, participants will learn to build a plan moving from settlement programming to spiritual conversations. Sessions Include: "Developing an intercultural ministries pathway"; "Leading an ESL conversational class"; "Leading an ESL Bible study for those interested in Jesus"; and "Equipping church volunteers for ministry with immigrants".

FACILITATORS: Rick and Patricia Love

Rick Love, M.Div. and Ph.D. from Trinity International University (Deerfield, Illinois) taught at seminaries in the Philippines and Canada before becoming Director of “Love New Canadians,” a consulting ministry that equips local churches for ministry with immigrants. Patricia Love has masters degrees in Intercultural Studies and in Teaching English as a Second Language. Both Rick and Patti served as missionaries in the Philippines for 11 years, and both are ordained with the Christian and Missionary Alliance. Patti became Pastor of Intercultural Ministries at Foothills Alliance Church in Calgary in 2006 and continues to serve new Canadians through this ministry. Rick and Patti have four adult children.

JGL 514 - Diasporas, Migrants, and New Canadians: Ministering to the People Next Door (April 27 – 28, 2017)

DESCRIPTION: Canada is a nation of immigrants. In recent years, migration has accelerated. Consequently, Canadian cities have become "the Arrival Cities" and rural communities have been transformed into “Global Villages.” Our congregations are now neighbours to, not only Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses, but also to Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims, and even European neopagans. This seminar is designed to help participants better understand the “People Next Door” and more effectively reach out to friends and neighbours -- ushering them to become "Family" members and fellow pilgrims to the City of God.

FACILITATOR: Sadiri Joy Tira (DMiss, DMin)

Sadiri Tira, more commonly known as Joy, is a missions practitioner who travels extensively around the globe mobilizing Christians in diaspora, particularly the globally scattered Filipinos to help fulfill the Great Commission. Born and raised in the Philippines, Joy and his wife Lulu immigrated to Canada in 1981 and are now naturalized Canadians. They are based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada — one of Canada’s top destinations for new immigrants and foreign workers. Joy serves as the Lausanne Movement‘s Senior Associate for Diasporas, and diasporaNet Convener at the Jaffray Centre.

JGL 515 - Understanding our Muslim Neighbours (May 26 – 27, 2017)

DESCRIPTION: This seminar will address fears people may have in approaching Muslims and building relationships with them. It will aid the participants in understanding our Muslim neighbours and finding ways to build bridges with them. There will also be time spent looking at the big picture and reminding ourselves of how God is at work among Muslims.

FACILITATOR: A practitioner couple

The presenters are practitioners who have lived and worked among Muslims from various nations over the past two decades. They currently direct a centre for new immigrants and refugees that serve predominately Muslim people. They have a passion to love our Muslim neighbours in word and action as well as to equip the body of Christ to do the same. For more information, visit:

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GIFT Fellowship Fall Retreat Announced


April 30 - May 2 @ Birch Bay Ranch

Stay tuned for more info that will be coming up

Please contact Pastor James Law if you or your friends may be interested to join!