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.

Sam Langford


Wolfville Area Interchurch Council Annual General Meeting Wednesday, June 16th, 7pm on Zoom Email or call Wolfville Baptist (902-542-5524) for the Zoom link. Panel discussion follows the AGM: “The Forgotten History of Nova Scotian Black Athletes” Panel Members: Brenton Bernard, Horton High School’s Africentric Cohort Rev. Scott Kindred-Barnes, speaking on Terrance “Tiger” Warrington, Elroy Mitchell and Nova Scotian Black boxing….
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Ecumenical Lectionary Lenten Bible Study

Wednesdays at 2:00 pm, March 3 to 24, online via Zoom with Rev. Dr. Rob Hankinson, retired United Church of Canada minister. To register for the series and obtain the zoom link, send your name by email to . Please send any questions about the series to Rob. Readings are selected from the Revised Common Lectionary Year B. Bring a Bible of…
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Black History Moth poster

Online Worship Service Launching Black History Month Celebrations

The Manning Memorial Chapel Team joins others within the Acadia University Community and across Canada to celebrate Black History Month. We launch the celebrations today, Sunday January 31, 2021, with a virtual Worship Service that includes special guests. Among our guests are: Ms. Fikayo Kayode, President of the Black Students’ Association at Acadia and Preacher, the Rev’d. Michael Blair, the…
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