EFCC Home Office Building Dedication
Trinity Western University was founded in 1962 (as "Trinity Junior College") by the Evangelical Free Churches of Canada and America. Thirty years later, in 1993, the Evangelical Free Church of Canada moved its denominational head office -- "EFCC Home Office" -- from Edmonton to the campus of Trinity Western University.
Now, thirty years since its move, EFCC Home Office has served the association of EFCC churches, the EFCC national mission, and the EFCCM (the international mission arm of the EFCC) from the upper floor of Fosmark Centre at TWU. The building itself -- "Fosmark" Centre -- was named after Carl and Lee Fosmark, brothers who gave leadership in the early years of the twentieth century to the founding of the EFCC.
On Saturday, September 18, EFCC Home Office dedicates and celebrates its new facility, a two-story addition to Fosmark Centre, thereby committing to many more years of world-wide mission and Kingdom-expansion, and fortifying its historic relationship with Trinity Western University.
A short, outdoor service will be held at Fosmark Centre, followed by tours of the facility. The service will also be livestreamed. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.