The Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference acknowledges the significance of strategic partnerships and their role in achieving our mission of sharing Jesus’ teachings with our community members. Our esteemed partners are integral in making this goal possible, and we strive to create a more compassionate, inclusive, and prosperous society.

These partnerships expand our capabilities and increase our impact, enabling us to reach out to more people, fulfill more needs, and ultimately achieve our mission more effectively. We are excited to continue working with these organizations and encourage you to consider joining us in making a difference.

Together, we can bring about positive change and transform lives.

If you wish to support or become part of our mission, please contact us today. We look forward to working together to impact our communities meaningfully.


ADRA, the official humanitarian agency of the Seventh-day Adventist Church since 1985, is committed to working with communities in Canada and worldwide to eliminate extreme poverty and provide emergency relief. Operating in over 100 countries, ADRA is dedicated to providing access to water, sanitation, health care, food, education, and income opportunities, all to enable individuals to live as intended by God.

ADRA and the Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference have established a Memorandum of Understanding and have agreed to adhere to the following principles:

1. Strategic Mission Partnership: ADRA and the Conference will collaborate on joint projects, programs, and initiatives designed to address the needs of vulnerable communities domestically. Both parties will work together to identify areas of mutual interest and develop strategies to maximize their combined resources, expertise, and networks to achieve the agreed-upon objectives.

2. Advocacy and Sustainability: ADRA and the Conference will advocate for social justice, fundamental human rights, and the reduction of poverty, suffering, and distress through joint advocacy campaigns, public awareness initiatives, and engagement with relevant stakeholders. Both parties will explore opportunities to promote sustainable practices within their respective collaborative programs and operations.

3. Do No Harm: ADRA and the Conference will uphold the “Do No Harm” principle in their activities and programs. They are committed to prioritizing the well-being, dignity, and safety of the communities they serve and actively working to minimize any negative impact that may arise from their interventions. Both parties will adhere to the humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, independence, and impartiality. Furthermore, they will ensure that all projects and programs are needs-based and that potential risks and unintended consequences are appropriately mitigated. Finally, both parties will endeavour to minimize environmental harm through their activities.


The Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference is fully committed to supporting the spiritual growth of local churches, promoting community service, and facilitating lifelong learning. A critical strategic collaboration in this regard is with Burman University, a highly-regarded Christian institution renowned for its commitment to academic excellence, holistic development, and community engagement.

Our partnership with Burman University is driven by a shared vision of enriching our communities through faith-based education and service. It goes beyond mere collaboration, serving as a testament to our collective mission to provide our members transformative experiences, spiritual enrichment, community engagement opportunities and beyond.

Our partnership with Burman University is critical to achieving our mission for several reasons.

Firstly, the university’s range of programs and courses aligns with our dedication to lifelong learning, providing our members with avenues to expand their knowledge and skills.

Secondly, as a Seventh-day Adventist institution, Burman University advocates the balanced growth of individuals—spiritually, intellectually, physically, and socially. This comprehensive approach reflects our belief in the importance of nurturing all aspects of human development.

Thirdly, through our partnership, we can enhance our community outreach efforts. Burman University’s commitment to service echoes our mission to create a positive difference in our communities.

Finally, our collaboration has resulted in unique initiatives aimed at community development. These programs, grounded in our shared values, have enabled us to extend our reach and make a more significant impact.

We cordially invite you to explore this impactful partnership and experience how it fuels our mission firsthand. Our collective endeavour is to create a compassionate, inclusive, and thriving community. Together, we are making a difference.

It Is Written Canada


It Is Written Canada plays a pivotal role in the Christian media landscape, and our collaboration with them represents a significant development for our local churches and the communities they serve. This partnership opens up new spiritual growth and outreach avenues, allowing our local churches, schools, and care homes to expand their reach and impact.

By leveraging It Is Written Canada’s weekly national television program, which offers inspiring and hopeful messages that resonate with our shared mission, we can connect with a larger audience and provide spiritual nourishment to individuals beyond our immediate communities.

The benefits of this partnership are manifold.

Firstly, our local churches can extend their influence through the national platform It Is Written Canada provides, expanding our reach.

Secondly, the weekly television program is designed to inspire, uplift, and bring hope to viewers.

Thirdly, this partnership will foster deeper connections within our community, promoting unity and shared purpose.

Moreover, this alliance introduces a dedicated prayer ministry to strengthen believers in our local churches and beyond. This ministry will serve as a spiritual support system, encouraging collective prayer and fostering a stronger sense of community.

We cordially invite you to explore the immense potential of this partnership and join us in this journey of faith and community empowerment.

Together, we can make a significant difference and improve our communities.

Lighthouse FM


Lighthouse FM plays a vital role in accomplishing the Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference’s mission. Lighthouse FM is essential to our communities as a distinguished Christian radio ministry.

Their alignment with our core values is commendable, as their mission directly resonates with ours, promoting faith, integrity, respect, and excellence. Their commitment to broadcasting messages of hope and love echoes our endeavour to reach out to every individual with God’s Word.

With extensive radio coverage, Lighthouse FM enables us to connect with a larger audience, extending our reach with engaging programs and inspiring messages that bring spiritual enrichment to individuals in our communities and beyond. Their unique blend of music, talk shows, and spiritual programming offers something for everyone, designed to uplift, inspire, and challenge listeners, contributing to comprehensive personal growth.

Lighthouse FM’s interactive programming and active listener engagement foster a sense of community, making it more than just a radio station. It serves as a platform for uniting believers and encouraging dialogue.

It is worth noting that Lighthouse FM has a deep-rooted connection with communities across Canada, understanding its needs and providing relevant, faith-based content. This attribute sets them apart from other Christian radio networks.

Discover the power of faith-based radio and how it contributes to our common goals. Please tune in to 92.1 FM in Shellbrook, SK and Swift Current, SK or join us online. Together, we can make a significant difference in our communities.

Hope Channel


“I pray that all may go well with you and that you may be in good health, as it goes well with your soul.” 3 John 2, ESV 

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada (SDACC) is gearing up for a new phase of Hope Channel. On 1 March 2024, we will be launching Hope Channel Canada, which, in addition to some of the most beloved shows such as Hope Sabbath School, InVerse, Speak Up, and Let’s Pray, will broadcast a growing number of programs made in Canada, by Canadians, and for Canadians. 

Many have asked why Hope Channel Canada when Hope Channel International is already available in Canada. Others have questioned the difference between Hope Channel Canada and other media ministries. 

In short, Hope Channel Canada will be a comprehensive media undertaking, available on mobile apps, the web, cable TV, and the Roku app. Moreover, Hope Channel Canada will be home to all media ministries of the SDACC. 

We are so excited about Hope that between now and 1 March, we will be producing a series of concise video clips every week, explaining the vision detailing the plans for Hope Channel Canada and showing how everyone can get involved and give their support.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office at

Advent Health


You were born to enjoy a life that is active, vibrant, and filled with joy. Start living that life today by embracing the principles of CREATION Life, a whole-person approach to health care that quenches the needs of the body, mind, and spirit.

By making a few small changes in your daily routine, you can enjoy better health, more happiness, and a more fulfilling life. AdventHealth is here to help.

CREATION Life is a faith-based wellness plan for those who want to live healthier and happier lives and share this unique, whole-person health philosophy. By consistently practicing the principles of CREATION Life, we fulfill God’s original plan for our lives, which is to live and be happy!

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