Achievers Luncheon – Oct 29 2020

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


Thursday, October 29, 2020, Noon-1:00pm. Mark your calendars now!
(We meet every 4th Thursday, September – April, except December)

  • Cost: NO COST… we will meet virtually via Zoom   [CLICK TO JOIN]
  • Menu: You will be providing you own luncheon delights. Perhaps you would consider inviting a friend over to share a meal or dessert during the talk.
  • What: The luncheon begins with a warm welcome, announcements, humor, a devotional, and prayer of the meal. Followed by our guest speaker with an interesting topic.
  • Who: This event is open to both church communities and the community at large.

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Mark McKim

Dr. McKim will be talking about his life, work and ministry since leaving Regina.

The Rev. Dr. Mark G. McKim was the senior minister of FBC Regina from 2005-2017. Educated at the University of New Brunswick, Acadia University, and Boston University, he has published three books as well as dozens of journal articles and reviews. He has taught in Canada, the United States and Asia.

Some of the major accomplishments during his tenure at FBC included: a renewed emphasis on expository and doctrinal preaching, planting a daughter church (First Karen Baptist) made up of refugees from Burma, and establishing a strong working relationship with Youth for Christ, among other accomplishments. During his years in Regina, Dr. McKim was also frequently sought out by the media for comment, from a Christian perspective, on issues of the day.

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

Previous Presentations

Visit the Achievers website to view upcoming and previous luncheons and events.

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.

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