Achievers Luncheon – Jan 24/19

Event Details

If you are 55 years and older, this enthusiastic group is for YOU!
Anticipation • Celebration • Humor • Inspiration • Enlightenment • Vibrancy • Excitement • Reconnection • Spirituality


Thursday, January 24, 2019, 11:45-1:15. Mark your calendars now!
(We meet every 4th Thursday, September – April, except December)

  • Cost: $10.00
  • Menu: A tantalizing meal provided by FBC’s famous chef Dean Gilchrist.
  • What: The luncheon begins with a warm welcome, announcements, humor, a devotional, and prayer of the meal.
  • Who: This luncheon is open to both church communities and the community at large.


This is my Story!

Speaker: Diane Campeau

Diane Campeau is the Housing Director with Regina Youth For Christ.

Diane is of the Saulteaux, Cree and Métis Nations of Saskatchewan. She is the proud mother to her 10 year old daughter, Kenadee. Both Diane and Kenadee received their Indigenous name from Ojibwe Elder Hector Copegog. Diane’s Indigenous name is Ji-gaa-bii-kwe, which means, Where the Land and Water meets woman. Kenadee’s Indigenous name is N’baaghiizo, which means, The Moon Crossing the Night Sky while I am Sleeping.

Diane is a survivor of the 60’s scoop, where thousands of Indigenous children were taken from their family of origin and placed in foster care and/or adopted out. As a result, Diane’s journey has taken her from Saskatchewan to Nova Scotia, to New Brunswick, to Ontario, and to Thailand.

Diane convocated from the University of Regina in 2003 with a Bachelor of Social Work and is currently a Registered Social Worker with the Province of Saskatchewan. Diane has over fifteen years of Child Welfare experience, both here in Saskatchewan and in Ontario.

Diane came to faith on October 19, 2014, where her journey began in ministry work with Regina Youth For Christ. Around this time, Diane began to seek out an understanding of what it is like to be Indigenous and Christian.

Email:  or 306-359-1450 ext 223 or ext 221

Previous Presentations

Many of these presentations can be viewed and heard on the Folks at First website page. Carolyn Ward, Kevin Rich, John Hillmer, Barry Lyons, Ivy Scobie, Irene Sotropa, Timothy Long, Ron Philips, John Nelson, Rod Donnison, and many others.

Upcoming Guest speakers

  • February 28: Marilyn Braun-Pollon
  • March 28: Merv Tippe
  • April 25: John Robinson
  • May 23: Reade Holtslander
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