Ville d'Anjou, Quebec
Église Baptiste Évangéque Renaissance de Rivière-des-Prairies, started 30 years ago, and now has a burden for its neighbouring city, Ville d’Anjou, a new borough in the east end of Montréal. In 2017 they started the PÉVA project ( Project to Evangelize Ville d’Anjou), which began as René and Sharon Frey, along with Jackie Charpentier and Susie Frey and a few other Christians from other Montréal area churches, went door to door in Ville d’Anjou, sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour.
Approximately 20 people currently meet every Sunday afternoon, either in the open air when the weather is nice, or on Zoom, and once a month in the Rivière-des-Prairies (RDP) church building. At a recent in-person meeting there were 39 which included 27 from PÉVA. On Sunday, September 27th, workers distributed 240 Life of Jesus DVDs in Anjou community mailboxes. Their prayer is that these videos will make an impact on this community.
With the help of the AÉBÉQ Regional Church Planting Commission, they have acquired a small house in Anjou, the basement of which will be used for meetings, as soon as the pandemic lockdown ends. The goal is to start having small meetings (young people, discipleship, prayer, etc.) towards the end of the year.
Assistance is needed to renovate the basement so that these meetings can take place as soon as possible.
Would you please prayerfully consider how you might help this small church reach this new community?