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Faith Christian Fellowship Canada represents churches and ministries in Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, and the Yukon, while FCF International also reaches into 45 nations of the world. We are a Church planting fellowship and are positioned as a ministry of helps providing leadership training & mentorship. We are located at 70 King Street, Moncton, N.B. The Canadian Churches are fully supporting missionaries in Sri Lanka, India, Peru, Africa (Tanzania), and have also built a Church in Cuba. Sherine and Dileepa have four Churches in Sri Lanka and are reaching the Buddhist people. They are in the capital city of Columbo. Prem Singh is the FCF Canada representative for India. Prem’s ministry is focused primarily in the Northern State of Odisha. This is a ministry to the Hindu population. Prem oversees 30 plus churches as well as conducting evangelistic crusades in other cities. 2014 saw many conversions, healings, and 250 water baptisms. As a former Hindu he understands how to present the Gospel within the context of Hindu culture. He also provides a home and education for twenty orphan girls. FCF has been able to assist the local rural Pastors in rebuilding ten Churches destroyed in the persecution. Prem resides in the city of Bhubaneswar with his wife and daughters. His goal is to establish a Headquarters Church in this city of over one million people. Christians of all denominations number less than three per cent. Pastor Bill Annis will be visiting India in 2015. FCF Canada at present conducts three regional gatherings as well as a National Conference annually in Canada. This year we add our first Western relational in Edmonton, Alberta. FCF Canada has a representative of First Nations. Pastor Murray & Tracey have established a Church at Kettle Point, Ontario. They are planning the first ever FCF Canada First Nations Conference for 2015. Our Parent body, FCF International, has been headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, since its beginning in 1977. Today while FCF International represents 45 nations, they supply humanitarian aid to most world crisis. Bible Schools are training next generation workers in many countries. The relief provided during the Philippines disaster resulted in large baptisms. Together we are reaching the world with the message of Jesus.

-Pastor Bill Annis, FCF Canada

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