Designated giving towards ministries and missionaries of Maranatha Niverville is possible by giving towards specific PROJECT NAMES that have been approved by the Board of Directors.
For information on how to donate to these Projects, please click HERE.
"So let each one give as he purposes in his heart, not grudgingly, or of compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to make all grace abound toward you, that you, having all sufficiency in all things, may have an abundance for every good work. As it is written, 'He has dispersed abroad, He has given to the poor, His righteousness endures forever'" (Psalm 112:9; 2 Corinthians 9:7-9).
Project All Things New
All Things New has been established to empower believers to unite in advancing God’s Kingdom in every realm of culture; through teaching, strategic tools, and relational discipleship both in the local church and through traveling ministry. David and Svea Braun serve as directors.
Project Blossom Like Eden
Blossom Like Eden was launched to bring the message of our co-shared identity in Jesus with people near and far. Based on the message found within her book Blossom Like Eden, Sarah seeks to teach the foundation for fullness in Christ on this side of Heaven. Through preaching, teaching, relationships, book studies, mentoring, prayer ministry, community outreach and discipleship, Blossom Like Eden desires that all of humanity surrender to the free gift of healing from the ultimate Healer; mind, body and soul, so that they may walk full in their God-given identity. Sarah Brandt serves as director.
Project Canadian Mission
Canadian Missions is an outreach ministry to the nation of Canada with a special focus on building bridges into First Nations communities in Manitoba and beyond, organizing special worship events that involve Native and Non-native congregations, open-air worship events, as well as facilitating support for widows and orphans, feeding the hungry and preaching the gospel in word and in deed. This project is based in the local church, but also creates opportunities for church members to become involved in outreach that goes well beyond the church walls, and is directed by Roger and Marge Armbruster.
Project Family Life
Family Life has been established to foster healthy godly families and belonging in the body of Christ; through teaching, counseling, mentorship, retreats and relational discipleship both in the local church and through traveling ministry. Daniel and Christine Williams serve as directors.
Project Flag Man
Riley Wall is serving with Youth With a Mission (YWAM) Turner Valley, Alberta. Riley’s goal is to help support the discipleship of people who will follow Jesus to wherever God is calling them. Currently he is involved in bookkeeping and immigration work to help get staff and students to the base so they can participate in the various programs of YWAM Turner Valley and its base functions.
Project Highways & Byways
Highways and Byways is a ministry looking to meet needs in church and more specifically outside the church walls; through hospital visitation, counseling, prayer ministry and personal evangelism. Peter and Agnes Braun serve as directors.
Project Kingdom Life
Kingdom Life was established to help people walk in the full power of God, that we may expand and advance the Kingdom of God on the Earth. Through relationship, biblical teaching on healing, prophecy and other gifts, using hands on activation and ministry outreach, our vision is to show the body of Christ who they are and how to live a life of power and love. Daniel Fewster serves as director.
Project Music To The Nations
Music To The Nations is a ministry to Manitoba and beyond with the primary focus to connect with Native and Non-native churches in Manitoba. This project has been established to release a prophetic sound and songs to network together with others throughout Manitoba in writing, singing, and recording new sounds and new songs. Jason & Jackie Heistad serve as directors.
Project AV Upgrade
Starting on Phase 2 of Audio Video Upgrades
Designated for needs within the church and community
Project Bus Fund
Project Layette Love
Consider signing up for monthly donations towards Baby Layette Love:
Recurrent automatic payments can be set up through Online Banking. For instructions, CLICK HERE and scroll to the bottom of the page.
Project Refugee Family Fund
Refugee Family Fund was established by our board of directors to provide sponsorship to a family that includes the provision of housing, finances, and other supports necessary for a successful first year in our neighbourhood. Exact timing is uncertain due to the challenges and red tape involved. The estimated cost is 55,000.
Project Tim Harder Memorial Fund (Click HERE for more info)
LOCAL AND ABROAD PROJECTS:
Project Biblical Literacy (Stephanie Armbruster, YWAM)
Project GEM (Jonathan & Deborah Bourbeau, Ministry to Latvia)
Project Heritage Chaplaincy (Heritage Centre, Niverville): For more information on Maranatha's role in the Chaplaincy, please CLICK HERE
Project Niverville YFC (Gordon Kroeker, Niverville YFC)
Project Rising Above (Terry & Brenda Martin, Rising Above Ministries)
Project Turner Valley (Andrae & Jessica Braun, YWAM)
Project Turning Point Counselling (Eunice Wiebe, Niverville YFC)
Please visit our Missionary Page for ministry description.
Please feel free to contact the church office (204-388-4795) for more information about Board approved projects which include recognized ministries, missionaries, and building maintenance/equipment fundraisers.
In the case of projects that involve building maintenance and/or equipment, once the amount needed for the project has been raised and should it be over-designated, the board reserves the right to direct those funds into another project wherever it is most needed.
Spending of funds is confined to board approved programs and projects. Each restricted contribution designated towards a board approved program or project will be used as designated with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met, or cannot be completed for any reason determined by the board, the remaining restricted contributions designated for such program or project will be used where needed most.
Donations should be payable to "Maranatha Niverville" with a note designating to whichever project. A charitable donation receipt will be issued at the end of the year.