Fellowship of Least Coin story by Mary Nordick

“Suffer the Little Children”  Children and FLC In Luke 18: 15-17 Jesus says “Suffer the little children to come to me”. Jesus loved children, drew them to Him, and taught His disciples about the Kingdom through them.  Sadly, many children throughout our world, the little ones beloved of Christ, suffer greatly.  They ache from the… Read more »

Travelling Faith Story

In these days, we are isolating more than travelling. As we move through the waves of COVID 19, let our faith remain steadfast. Developing steadfast trust takes time. We may be born spiritually through simple, childlike faith that receives Jesus as Savior. Convictions are then nourished by a growing knowledge of God. Our confidence deepens.… Read more »

World Day of Prayer 2020 – Zimbabwe – Evaluations

There was a tremendous amount of feedback for World Day of Prayer 2020.  Thank you, Coordinators, for filling out the yellow evaluation forms.  We know that many of you had busy, busy days preparing and leading services! If you haven’t sent in your evaluation form yet, we still need your feedback and the 2021 WDP… Read more »

Stand Up for Human Dignity – FLC Prayer

Fellowship of the Least Coin – Prayers   Note: We-Connect is sharing prayers and authors from the Circle of Prayer Volume Twenty-Four prepared by the Fellowship of the Least Coin’s International Committee   Stand Up for Human Dignity by Farhana A. Nazir, Pakistan   PRAYER Amidst our weaknesses, we do not know what to pray.… Read more »

Legacy Donation

We are grateful to the late Maureen Ryan for leaving a very generous bequest to the Women’s Inter-Church Council of Canada (WICC) in her last will and testament.   “Maureen spent a great deal of her life helping people and organizations that she believed in.  She made sure that her generosity in this respect continued… Read more »

Fellowship of the Least Coin – Hungry for Peace

In my family, there are several great cooks. My dad, older brother, and younger sister love to cook and bake – trying out new recipes and creating their own. They make the best sinigang (Filipino tamarind stew), spaghetti, and Sans Rival cake. As a teenager, I happily washed dishes so that they could prepare these… Read more »

My WICC Board Member Story – Stephanie McClellan

I am Rev. Stephanie McClellan, an ordained United Church of Canada minister for the Lewisporte pastoral charge in Newfoundland and Labrador. At the moment, I live between two huge snowbanks blocking the sight of my lovely home which I share with my dog and two cats, all of whom love to participate in the Zoom… Read more »

Emergency Fund to Bahamas

In the fall of 2019, Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas.  It landed on the Abacos Islands as a Category 5 with maximum sustained winds of 140 mph.  The damage, especially to Abacos Islands and Grand Bahama Island, was “unprecedented and extensive” stated Bahamian Prime Minister Hubert Minnis.  As a member of the CANA Region (Caribbean… Read more »

Zimbabwe Candy Cakes

Candy cakes are usually big and dense; these have been modified a little. ¾ cup very warm water or milk 1 tsp sugar 2 tsp traditional yeast (1 package) 2½  cups flour ¾ teaspoon salt ¾ cup sugar 1 large egg 2 tsp vanilla extract ¼  cup melted butter, slightly cooled Icing: 1 cup icing… Read more »

Involving Children in World Day of Prayer

Children are a very welcome part of World Day of Prayer 2020.  They can take a role in a regular service or participate in a special program written with young people in mind.  Click here to go to the Children’s Program resource on the WICC website. Children’s WDP activities may take place on Friday, March… Read more »