Celebration of Rob's life service will be October 29th at 1:30pm, Main Street Church at 9325 Main Street in Chilliwack.
Click on this LINK for the livestream. Reception to follow the service. Please share.
Here you can read the obituary: https://www.theprogress.com/obituaries/robert-wayne-berg/.
Rob serves full-time in ministry receiving donations primarily from among the places he visits and supporters.
For fellow Canadians who would like to help out financially, tax-deductible receipts are available by sending a cheque or email transfer (and designating the funds for Rob Berg) to:
Canadian Resources for Missions Foundation
Unit 106, 2825 Clearbrook Road
Abbotsford, B.C. V2T 6S3
Email address: email@example.com
Note: Cheques must be made out to: Canadian Resources for Missions Foundation and, on a separate piece of paper, designated to Rob Berg. For email transfers, add a note in the message designating the funds for Rob Berg.
For Canadian supporters not needing a tax-deductible receipt, you can:
- Send an email transfer to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Send via Paypal or Stripe (also non-Canadians)
- Send a cheque (Americans included) to:
#16 46083 Airport Rd.
Chilliwack, BC V2R 1A4
On September 25, 2022 Rob went to be with the Lord. His family sent this update:
"Rob’s passing on Sept. 25th has left us all in shock and grief. We, his family rejoice for him in his passage to Jesus and the eternal Kingdom. His presence is missed already and we grieve. He had almost completed a 3 week gospel/singing tour in Saskatchewan and we were looking forward to his flight home on Sept. 27th. From what we hear, he was about to go to a church service and the pastor’s wife heard him playing and singing on his guitar in another room and then she thought he was silently praying as it was quiet for a while. When she knocked on the door to get ready to go, Rob didn’t answer. When she went in, Rob was dead. The coroner feels it was a natural death and an instant one. We all believe that Rob had accomplished all the work Christ had asked of him and simply said, “Rob, it’s time to come home, my son.” Rob is at his forever home now, full of life and vitality in the Presence of Jesus. I’m sure he’s singing like never before!!"