An amazing resource for all of us: the text of Dr. Cynthia Westfall's address to the 53 CBOQ women clergy who attended September's Lydia's Daughters conference. Download it here.
Since 2016, Baptist women across Canada have supported the women's literacy program in Rwanda overseen by CBM. Here's your chance to meet the coordinator of that program.
“Prayer is not an old woman's idle amusement. Properly understood and applied, it is the most potent instrument of action.” Join us in action for the month of November as we launch our Immeasurably More month of prayer. Download the first week of prayers for November here. Join one of the weekly groups already meeting [...]
CBWOQ announces the appointment of Rev. Andrea Cambridge to the role of associate - heritage connections. In this role, Andrea will use her knowledge of and work history with CBOQ churches and CBWOQ to develop new connections or re-connections among Baptist women.
Starbucks Canada announces that they are "in the process of evaluating a global protocol" to address the safety of their public Wi-Fi service in all company owned stores.
The Women’s Ministries of Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, Toronto, has inaugurated the Dorothy Neal New Initiatives Fund in partnership with CBWOQ. “To have this Fund started, in Dorothy’s name, is a significant step for CBWOQ," says executive director Diane McBeth