Outside of Sunday

Basketball: You don’t have to tell us how bad Mondays can be. But thankfully, there is a cure to making Mondays more manageable. It’s called being active and social with others! Do you need a break from the desk? Are you tuckered out from studying? Join some folks in the gym of the Salvation Army Community Church (531 St Marys St, Fredericton, NB E3A 8H4) every Monday night from 6:30pm – 8:00pm.

1. Shoes with a white sole
2. A good attitude can’t hurt
3. (optional but advised) Bring a friend! A food or money donation to the food bank would also be a big help.

If you are old enough to go to university and above, I want to see you out here next Monday.

Sole2Soul: Sole2Soul Runners are a group of Christian runners who love the Lord and running. We are a non-competitive, fun running group, of all abilities, who focus on building up runners spiritually, mentally and physically. We run on Tuesday evening at 6:30pm from Smythe Street Cathedral and Saturdays at 09:00 from other locations in the city. If you would like more information on our group, please e-mail sole2soulrunners@gmail.com. Come run with us!

Prayer MeetingTalking about both the happy things in our life, along with the tough ones, enables our community to strengthen each other and build one another up. You can always find a group of people on Wednesday nights at McLeod hill from 7pm -8pm talking and prying to the Lord. 

  • Prayer meeting is scheduled like so: 
    6:50 – Doors open
    7:00 – A song or two
    7:10 – Talking about prayer request
    7:20 – Prayer
    7:45 – Devotional/Message
    8:00 – Mingle/leave

Young Adults Bible Study: Come together with like-minded young adults (ages 18 – 35) every Thursday night at 388 Clements drive. The group is currently going through the book of Mark. Bible study starts at 7:30pm and finishes at 9pm…on average. 

Parking can typically be found in the driveway of the home. However, not every week is like that. With Hope city Church right across the street, you may park there and safely walk across the road when necessary.

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