Wolfville Area Inter-Church Council (WAICC)

WAICC was founded in 1970 by the churches in the area as a form of ecumenical Christian commitment to address perceived spiritual and social needs.

Member organizations include L’Arche HomefiresManning Memorial Chapel (Acadia University), Port Williams United Baptist ChurchReligious Society of Friends (Quakers)St Francis of Assisi Parish (St Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church, Wolfville and St Lawrence Roman Catholic Church, Canning), St John’s Anglican Church, WolfvilleOrchard Valley Pastoral Charge of the United Church of Canada, and Wolfville Baptist Church.

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Easter Services 2024

WAICC’s Good Friday event, March 29 Walk with the Cross, The Good Friday Walk with the Cross begins at Manning Memorial Chapel at 10am on Friday, Mar 29. The members of WAICC will lead participants to various stations on our way to the L’Arche building, where hot cross buns and tea/coffee will be provided. All are welcome. In case of…
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2023 Christmas Activities

Events at WAICC organizations this season: WAICC Longest Night Service: Let Me Be Blue a Little Longer A time of reflection and solace when Christmas comes with a heavy heart. Also livestreamed on YouTube: Orchard Valley United Church December 21 at 7:00PM 130 Cornwallis Avenue, New Minas An Interdenominational Service led by the Wolfville Area Interchurch Council and the Pastoral…
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Hope for the Future – communities of faith working together

Wolfville Area InterChurch Council presents “Hope for the Future – communities of faith working together,” a facilitated discussion with Pastor Peter Noteboom, General Secretary of the Canadian Council of Churches.  With 26 member churches, the CCC nurtures unity, justice, dialogue, and witness to the gospel through ecumenical partnerships.  Come be inspired by the stories unfolding today!  Saturday, Oct 28th, 2-4pm at L’Arche Homefires (341 Main…
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