• New Life in Christ

    2020 - 143 Decisions
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    2019 - 460 Decisions
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    2018 - 563 Decisions
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    2017 - 567 Decisions
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    2016 - 609 Decisions
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    2015 - 562 Decisions
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    2014 - 494 Decisions
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    2013 - 489 Decisions
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    2012 - 438 Decisions
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    2011 - 434 Decisions
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    2010 - 275 Decisions
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    2009 - 213 Decisions
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    2008 - 168 Decisions
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    2021 - 52 Decisions

Praise & Prayer

  • It is tough on the streets.  A new drug “Down” is wreaking havoc.  Crystal meth continues to breed psychotic episodes.  It is spiritual warfare and we ask for your fervent prayer support please.

  • He is a new creation in Christ and desires to reconnect with His children, but he needs prayer as the state challenges his paternity with DNA requirements.  This man has love in his heart, Jesus at his center.  Please pray for his wisdom, courage and strength.  The Lord will know who you are considering in prayer.  Thank you.

  • Praise the Lord for selfless volunteers who bless UGM with loving and kind service.  So encouraging!


  • Pray for homeless ladies, Megan, Danielle and Melissa.  They are so precious in Gods sight and we so desire to see them understand just how much the Lord loves them and how, in Him, they can be free to serve Him.  The beauty in these women is just waiting to come out for all the world to see!

  • We praise God that Richard Wright, former man in our recovery program, starts his journey of Biblical College life this month at Briercrest in Caronport, Saskatchewan.

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Volunteering during the COVID-19 Pandemic:

We want to be respectful and mindful of the recommendations of the provincial government of staying home during this time.  Having said that, we would still like to be able to serve people who are struggling with poverty and addiction.  Therefore, please prayerfully consider if God would have you volunteer at Union Gospel Mission at this time.  You must be in good health if you will be coming in to volunteer.

A couple of specific areas where we currently need volunteers are:

  • Helping to prepare lunch on Wednesdays at our Family Life Centre in the morning
  • Serving meals to the community at lunch and the evening soup line meal at our location on 320 Princess Street.

For more information, please email Rosanne at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or call 204-943-9904 ext. 226.


Volunteers are extremely valuable in the ministry of UGM. Their time, energy, talents and experience aid missionaries as they together provide Christ-centered programs to the addicted and the poor men, women and children of Manitoba. Love and support, in the name of Jesus, can be extended to a greater number of people with the assistance of caring volunteers. UGM is thankful for the encouragement it is to have volunteers serving alongside the missionaries enabling an enlarged outreach. Each person giving of their time to further God’s kingdom at UGM is appreciated.

Ways to Volunteer at UGM

A volunteer may come as a registered volunteer, as an occasional volunteer, or as part of a group. Volunteers may be able to serve in one or more of the seven ministries.

Registered volunteers include those functioning as mentors in the men’s or women’s addiction recovery centres or as those providing administrative assistance. These volunteers generally serve frequently and often are involved in leading, instructing, or counselling. If this is of interest please click on our Volunteer Application.

Occasional volunteers include those coming to serve at one of the special community meals or those assisting during the summer months or around Christmas time when many missionaries and registered volunteers may be on vacation. Other examples may include infrequent volunteers who are not leading, instructing, or counselling those we serve. If this is of interest please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Group volunteering opportunities include serving with others from their church in a monthly event at the Charis Center to cook a special meal and do crafts with ladies in the program; a youth group from a church coming to UGM to sort clothing, assist with meal preparation and cleaning up the dining hall; families wishing to invest in the lives of others by coming to listen to, encourage and pray for people in the community who come into the UGM facilities; employers coming to the four locations of UGM to assist with cleaning the grounds or doing general upkeep of the facilities. To book your group in to serve at Union Gospel Mission please click on our Group Volunteer Application.

Union Gospel Mission Qualification for Registered Volunteers - View Here

Union Gospel Mission Statement of Faith - View Here