100 Huntley Street - December 9, 2021
Thursday, December 9th, 2021
Pastor Tania Meikle
Tania Meikle has a H.B.Sc. degree from the University of Toronto and is a licensed ordained Reverend. Empowered by genuine love for people, she is Co-Founder and Co-Lead Pastor of Kingdom House Christian Centre, is a dynamic international speaker, a National Committee Member of World Vision - Power of Her, the leader of Revive Women's Ministry and a compassionate community leader bringing transformation through community engagement and global ministry. With a particular passion to see women advance and achieve their greatest potential in every area of life, she receives invitations to speak across Canada and internationally as she presents a compelling message and lifestyle that inspires, challenges and encourages others. Her speaking will invite you to examine your life and encourage you to grow as she delivers messages with clarity, insight and wisdom. She has the unique ability to see the beauty and potential in everyone and spends her life empowering people to see it in themselves and it’s been said, “You change because she came your way.” http://kingdomhouse.com/pastor-tania
Beau Dingler is an energetic 9-year-old from Nawash First Nation in Ontario. With the number of Canadians coming to terms with the realities of Indian Residential schools, we thought it would be fitting to ask Beau what reconciliation looks like through his eyes!
JElias Dummer co-founded and fronted one of Canada’s most acclaimed worship bands, The City Harmonic. As the group's principal songwriter, he helped pen such hits as “Holy (Wedding Day)” and “Mountaintop,” as well as “Manifesto,” which served as the theme song for 2011’s National Day of Prayer and was the walkup music for Major League Baseball player Seth Smith. The City Harmonic earned 12 GMA Canada Covenant Awards and a Juno Award (Canada’s GRAMMY® equivalent), before disbanding in 2017. Dummer released his solo debut, The Work Vol. I, in 2019 and was named Breakthrough Artist of the Year at the 2020 Covenant Awards. With more than 65 million lifetime streams to date, Dummer's music—both as a solo artist and with The City Harmonic—appeared on charts in more than 30 countries around the world in 2020 alone. He has bowed three new singles this year, previewing his next full-length project set for release in 2022. Elias joins us today to share the story behind the song “1914 (Christmas Truce)” and will also perform a special acoustic rendition. https://eliasdummer.com/