Clergy Support Memorial Fellowship (Nova Scotia)
Our Mission: ‘A passion to reach those who live beyond the reach of traditional fellowship culture’
‘The Fellowship is wherever Gods people are gathered,
Knowing they’re wanted and loved by their lord’
Our original Fellowship in Ontario became incorporated by Letter Patent May 27, 1997 pursuant to the Canada Corporations Act. It was recognized as a registered charity May 27, 1998.
The denomination was recognized as a religious body in Nova Scotia in October of 2007 but were active in the province long before that date.
Clergy Support Memorial Fellowship is part of the emerging fellowship movement. The Fellowship is rooted in equality, inclusivity, justice and hope. Everyone, regardless of gender, race, class, religion, sexuality, age, or ability, is worthy and deserving of the chance to pursue their dreams with us.
Beginning with one minister Clergy Support Memorial Fellowship in Nova Scotia now has well over a dozen appointed ministers in the province and is still growing. Please see our history page (Nova Scotia) to see our worship history.
In the emerging fellowship movement there are many models of how a fellowship manifests itself in our society. For example, most clergy in Nova Scotia have their offices in their homes. From there they launch their ministry programs as satellites of the main group.
The people and clergy in all our main congregation’s satellite units gather together but also gather in our main body on a regular basis.
Our beliefs are simple and reflect the Bible teaching that ‘where two or three gather together, I am there among them’. In other words the Fellowship is wherever Gods people are gathered, Knowing they’re wanted and loved by their lord.
If you are interested in more information about us please see Standards of Ministry.
Feel free to contact our chief Governing Official K.D.`Casey` McKibbon if you have questions or need clarification on any matter raised. Contact Casey McKibbon.
How we define fellowship, Membership and Ministry
In every Province we are committed to following the letter of the law as outlined in the various Provincial Marriage Acts but as a Fellowship we reserve the right to define terms as authorized and defined by our Board Of Governors.
The purpose of Clergy Support Fellowship in Victoria is to carry the ministry of Pastoral Care in proclaiming, teaching, and healing.