Upcoming events

Upcoming events

Annual convention, June barbecue

Things are changing, and our prospects for gathering together (cautiously) are looking up! After nearly two months of laying low during a province-wide lockdown, the pace of vaccinations is pushing down the rate of COVID-19 infection. Ontario is starting to relax its restrictions. Your calendar likely has a lot of open space still on it. Let’s see if some Praise Cathedral Worship Centre activity, all responsibly social-distanced, can squeeze itself onto your evening and weekend agenda.

In-person Sunday services

As noted everywhere in this web site, on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, Praise Cathedral Worship Centre is returning to its cautious and responsible in-person Sunday services on Sunday June 13, at 15 percent of the church capacity, with pre-registration required. Check the details on this web site.

Church of God 2021 Annual Regional Convention

The 2021 annual regional convention will be delivered over YouTube. Check the Events page on this web site, or click / tap here for more details, and to register.

Pre-Fathers’ Day Barbecue

Remember the two great fish fry events last summer? Not to be outdone by the ladies, the PCWC Life Builders Men’s Ministry is organizing a drive-through family barbecue on Saturday June 19, between 12:00 noon and 2:00 p.m. Call the church for more details. Get the event flyer on the Praise Facebook page, or here on this website.

9th Annual Women’s Virtual Retreat

Hosted by First Lady Rev. Dorett Walker, with guest speaker Rev. Glynis Burton, The resurrection Centre, Lachine, Quebec; and workshop by Rev. Nicole Salmon-Smith, Praise Cathedral, Mississauga.

  • Dates: Friday July 9 through Sunday July 11;
  • Place: On-line from the comfort of your home;
  • Registration Deadline: Wednesday July 7;
  • Registration and Info: (437) 999-4363. Click / tap here for full info.

Praise Cathedral is now on Twitter

Heaven help us! Praise Cathedral is now on Twitter @PraiseCWC. If you have your own personal Twitter account, then follow the Praise Cathedral Twitter account. In addition to the church’s e-newsletter, we now have Twitter for quick updates, last-minute revisions, and all the other things folks use, misuse and abuse Twitter for. We hope our followers will skip the last two of those categories, however.


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