This page explains what a "normal" Sunday morning looks like. While Alberta has opened up we're not quite back to normal, but hopefully by September.

Never Been To Church Before?

This page is meant to help you visit before you visit.

Church?

Generally people think of church as the building we meet in. Surprisingly the church is really the people in the building (or wherever they happen to be meeting). Church means assembly and that is what we do on Sunday mornings (and at a few other times).

Sunday Mornings

On Sunday mornings we do 4 main things together. The first 3 things we do during our time of worship and the fourth afterwards:

1. Sing songs to praise God

2. Pray together (don't worry, only the person leading says the words)

3. Listen to a message from God's Word (the Bible is read & explained (Click here to watch one of those messages)

4. Sit down for coffee, tea, juice & snacks (we will be starting this again soon, but do hang around and chat after the service)

Do I Need To Dress Up?

That's up to you. Some people dress up because worshiping together is a special occasion. But most people in our church don't because there is no instruction in the Bible that we should.

Nursery (0-6 years of age) - Cancelled right now

Just before we hear from the Bible in our time of worship children ages 0-6 can be brought to the nursery downstairs. We don't change diapers, but we do give parents pagers to call them back if we need to. We don't have nursery right now, but having your kids sit in our service is great even if they make some noise. It's okay. We provide clipboards & paper for drawing during the service. It's amazing what kids draw as they listen to the Bible.

Click here to see our other programs.

What If I Am Not Sure About Christianity?

That's why we're here. We want people to understand the message of Jesus from the Bible. All questions are good questions. Come and explore at your own pace.

Visit Before You Visit

You are very welcome to drop in during office hours, call or email with any questions.