Zion United Church on Main St. Moose Jaw has been here for many events in the lives of generations of Moose Javians. It is an important part of Moose Jaw’s, Saskatchewan’s and Western Canada’s architectural heritage. Today the building faces a major challenge. The old boiler in Zion must be replaced. Repairs are no longer viable and the replacement cost will be near $100,000.
You can donate to the Boiler Fund through this link to our Go Fund Me Page
or by contacting Jeannette in the office by phone at 306-692-3842 or email her at email@example.com
for other alternatives or through our Canada Helps button below.
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Welcome to Zion
In the Media:
- Regina Global News Zion’s Boiler
- Regina Leader Post – Historic Moose Jaw church fundraising $100,000 for new boiler
- Discover Moose Jaw – Zion United Church
- Moose Jaw Today – Zion United Church seeking help
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A blast from the past with CBC
Growing up in the 1960’s and 1970’s we had vey limited options for TV show’s, however one of the the one’s we watched regularly was a CBC television show that catapulted a real-life Canadian place to international fame: The Beachcombers, filmed on site in Gibsons, It’s main characters I recall were Nick, Relic and Molly. Here is a neat story about Gibsons B.C. now.
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