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Churches across Niagara Region - in Canada and US - join together for 'Niagara Now'


Thu, Oct 19th 2017 07:00 am
"Niagara Now" will take place across the U.S. and Canadian border later this month. The event was started by a small group of pastors last year, led by the Rev. Dale Hiebert of Dwelling Place Church in Niagara Falls, Ontario. This year, the pastors on the Niagara Now team commissioned the Rev. Joel Arcadipane of i61 Church in East Aurora to lead the American side.
The theme of the conference this year is "Healing the Land." The conference runs from Oct. 26-29 at various locations in the U.S. and Canada, with multiple churches and regional leaders participating. Find more information about Niagara Now and a list of locations at www.niagaranow.org.
Organizers said, "Niagara Now is a prayer and worship movement moving across the Niagara Region and is being picked up by many churches and ministries looking to the Lord for his hand to move and bring revival to the land. This is Niagara Now's second year in action and it is picking up more steam by the day. Many pastors and ministry leaders in the region are hearing the same thing from the Lord. It is time to unite and work together for the greater cause of Christ and to see the Kingdom of God advance.
" 'We are better together,' has been said by pastors Al and Debbie Warner of Set Free Buffalo time and again, and it has proven to be what makes a real change. We have seen 'Good Friday Together' and most recently 'Pentecost Together' unite and bring churches in the Western New York area together to make a powerful statement of the unity that has already begun in this area. Joining with Canada is just the next step in this uniting."
Niagara Now seeks to unite the Christian Church across not only denominational and racial lines, but across nation lines, as well.

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