ERA Working with MLA’s to give back to the Airdrie Community

Yesterday, ERA teamed up with MLA Angela Pitt in Airdrie to donate 3 computers, 9 laptops, 8 monitors and 2 projectors to Kings Court Church. These devices will be used for the church and its communities benefit. We met up with Pastor Biyi and spoke with him about this donation and its impact. Check it out here:

Kings Court Church is a multi-racial, multi-cultural congregation cutting across different generations with a focus on living a life that pleases God. King’s Court is a parish of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) with a vision to spread the Word of God. They believe in the Bible as the Word of God, and they teach holiness and proper moral conduct. Their mission is to make heaven, to take as many people as possible with us, to accomplish making heaven and they will pursue the objectives until every Nation in the World is reached for Jesus Christ our Lord. For more information on this organization, please visit them here:


Angela Pitt was born and raised in Airdrie and is passionate about her community. Angela is a tireless advocate with conservative values and a compassionate heart who represents her constituents with great honour. Angela doesn’t back down from what is right and strives every day to make Airdrie, and all of Alberta, an amazing place to live, work and raise a family in.  Angela is an entrepreneur with a background in marketing. Angela is well known throughout her community for her years of volunteering and involvement. She has long been interested in politics and served as president of a local constituency association before being elected in 2015.  Angela currently serves as a member of the Special Standing Committee on Members’ Services, the Standing Committee on Legislative Offices and the Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections, Standing Orders and Printing. She was previously a member of the Select Special Ombudsman and Public Interest Commissioner Search Committee and the Standing Committee on Families and Communities, and she served as Shadow Minister of Justice.

For more information on MLA Angela, please visit:

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