Serve. Unite. Thrive.

We are a movement of over 500 Evangelical Baptist churches in Canada — united through our faith in Christ — working nationally and beyond our borders. 

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    Changing Children's Lives in Sri Lanka

    The Fellowship, through FAIR, is committed to making a difference in the development of the whole person through the Fellowship Child Sponsorship program.

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    FAIR Responds to COVID-19

    In response to the significant needs identified by Fellowship International missionaries as a result of COVID-19 in the areas where they serve, FAIR has launched the COVID-19 Pandemic Response appeal.

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    Fort McMurray Flood Appeal

    In late April a massive ice jam in the Athabasca River near Fort McMurray, AB caused the river waters to overflow its banks. FAIR is working through NorthLife Fellowship church to meet needs.

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    Fellowship Statement of Hope

    During the COVID-19 crisis, Fellowship churches are standing together, shoulder to shoulder, with fellow Canadians in assisting any Canadian in need of support, encouragement, and prayer.

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