Quebec Workers – Mauricie

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Adama & Anne Dicko

Trois-Rivières – preaching, teaching and visitation in connection with the Assemblée chrétienne de Cap-de-la-Madeleine with special responsibilities relative to families and youth activities.

Douglas & Ellen Virgint

Trois-Rivières – itinerant preaching and teaching along with full-time responsibilities as director of Publications Chrétiennes at Trois-Rivières.

Fernand & Guylaine Montplaisir

Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel – involvement at the camp Villa du Carmel as well as at the local assembly.

Gilles & Jinny Despins

Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel – preaching and teaching together with primary responsibility for the Programme de Formation pour Assemblées Chrétiennes (ProFAC), the distance education. program for francophone assemblies throughout the province as well as further afield which involves extensive travel overseas.

Guy & Denise Bourassa

Saint-Boniface – teaching elder at the Assemblée chrétienne de Shawinigan along with involvement in numerous inter-denominational evangelical organizations throughout the province while providing leadership for Le Réseau, a grouping of francophone assemblies for the advancement of assembly work in Québec.

Jean & Liliane Lépine

Shawinigan – preaching and teaching both in the local assembly and itinerantly along with involvement in ProFAC, the distance training program for our francophone assemblies.

Jonathan & Andréane Montplaisir

Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel – year round general director for the camp Villa du Carmel in the Mauricie region along with regular involvement in various evangelistic projects.

Michel & Diane Pedneault

Trois-Rivières – preaching, teaching and counselling in connection the Assemblée chrétienne de Cap-de-la-Madeleine.

Nathalie Beaumier

Trois-Rivières – secretary for both L’Heure de la Bonne Nouvelle, an assembly-sponsored evangelistic outreach via television, and The Christian Brethren Churches in Quebec, which represents the interests of Brethren assemblies, both English and French, to the government.