GCI-Canada pastor retires

This update is from GCI-Canada Director Gary Moore.

Wendy and I recently had the opportunity to attend services in Castlegar, British Columbia where Dennis Thibault recently retired from service as lead pastor. We are thankful for the great job Dennis and his wife Norma did during the years they pastored the congregation (with part-time employment).

Dennis Norma
Dennis and Norma

I’m delighted to report that Bob and Sandy Bell have agreed to fill the pastoral role in Castlegar, where they moved recently from Penticton. Please keep them in your prayers.

Sandy and Bob

6 thoughts on “GCI-Canada pastor retires”

  1. I’m so happy that God had already provided someone to take the reins when Dennis and Norma retired. Thank you for your faithful service – and the miles you put on your cars! It is amazing it has already been 41 1/2 years since Connie and I planted the Castlegar congregation!

  2. Congratulations Dennis & Norma.
    Now you can take a trip to California to see us.
    Love you both.

  3. Thank you so much for your many years of faithful, loving service in our Lord diligently serving his people. We are thankful to God that He has provided a gifted coupole to replace you. All the best in your retirement!
    Love you both,

  4. Having retired in 2015, we are aware of the hard decisions involved in departing from active pastoral ministry. We also recognize how comforting it is to have able folks step right in and continue ministries as our church was blessed to have God provide. Congrats and blessing to Dennis & Norma, Sandy & Bob. JR

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