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Please see accommodation details for more information.
Seminars are offered Saturday at 1:30 pm. We will only have one time slot for seminars, so you will only be able to attend one.
Childcare will be available during the AGM Business Meetings. Please list the names and ages of children you would like to have care for.

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Best Western Plus Chestermere
200 Marina Drive  |  (587) 349-7444  |  Website

  • Approx. 10 min drive from Camp Chestermere.
  • Offers complimentary continental breakfast.
  • 2 Queen Beds - 30 rooms booked at $102.49/night
    1 King Bed with Walk-In Shower - 20 rooms booked at $102.49/night

Please make your own reservations. Rooms can be booked by calling the hotel and asking for a room from the group reservation ECCC or #1034. Rooms must be booked by April 13, 2017 to secure this pricing. 

Camp Chestermere
1041 East Lakeview Road  |  Website

Accommodations are available at Camp Chestermere (conference location) for a reasonable price of $30 per person/per night. Breakfast will be provided. The following accommodation options are available:

  • Triplexes
    3 rooms in each Triplex. Each room sleeps 10. 
    Small living room and two bathrooms, with two showers in each bathroom.
  • Brown Cabins
    Sleeps 10 and has one washroom (no shower). Wash house is close by the cabins and has 8 showers.  

If you are interested in staying at the camp, please select that option on your registration. We will contact you to confirm your accommodations and send you any further details. We will only assign one family unit per cabin/room, unless otherwise requested. Payment will be collected at registration.

Seminar Information

  • Building High Trust Cultures, an overview, getting started. 
    with Mark Novak

Mark Novak before assuming the duties of Executive Minister for Develop Leaders for the Evangelical Covenant Church in August 2012 served as Superintendent of the Pacific Northwest Conference, a position he held since January of 1999. Born and raised in Washington, he received his undergraduate degree in Political Science from Seattle Pacific University where he rowed crew; a Master of Divinity degree from North Park Theological Seminary and was ordained in the ECC in 1980. He has served churches in Washington, California and Oregon as a youth pastor, church planter and revitalization pastor. He and his wife, Marilyn of 40 years currently reside in Gig Harbor, WA. They have three adult children and five grandchildren. Mark is a frequent speaker at men's conferences and clergy gatherings. He has a Certificate in High Trust Leadership and is passionate about building high trust cultures at home and in the workplace. 

    with Beth Seversen

BLESS is a new way of thinking about evangelism. We know that God has always sought to reach and restore the world through blessing. Since the time of Abraham, God has blessed his people so that we might bless those who do not know him. Come learn about five simple practices that you can practice in your spheres of influence - friends, relatives, acquaintances, neighbours and colleagues - the people outside of God's family - with the hope that we may help them travel further in their journey toward making faith commitments to Jesus.

Beth Seversen is the Director of Evangelism with the Make and Deepen Disciples team of the Evangelical Covenant Church..  

  • The Blanket Exercise
    with Jess Lefebvre 

The Blanket Exercise is a workshop type experience developed by an organization called Kairos Canada that explores the nation-to-nation relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples in Canada. It is a powerful teaching tool aimed at fostering reconciliation. The Blanket Exercise is an educational approach that shares the historic and contemporary relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada and provides a perspective that most of us have not received.

Jess Lefebvre is a member of Kensington Commons church in Calgary, serves on the ECCC Leadership board, and is a Kairos trained facilitator. 

  • Treasurer Seminar
    with Sally Carlson and Monica Doerksen

This seminar is for treasurers, bookkeepers, and anyone who is involved with church finances. Topics will include: charitable receipting, processes and policies, reporting and financial statements. A survey will be sent to those who register for this seminar to find out what topics or questions they would find most helpful. There will be opportunity to ask questions and share ideas with one another. 

Sally is the Financial Officer and Monica is the Bookkeeper for the Evangelical Covenant Church of Canada.