This week we begin our summer preaching series on Psalms and Proverbs, entitled, “Words of Life." Join us as we look at Psalm 1 and what it means to be a “tree planted by streams of water." All are welcome!
As the school year comes to an end and we celebrate some of our kids moving on from Kids Worship, we will be looking at the theme of the “Journey of Faith” and the call to persevere in our faith even when the going gets tough.
REMINDER: There is a lot going on this coming Sunday:
- Special Offering for Refugee Coordinator
- Kids Worship Graduation
- Celebration of Kids Worship Offering
All are welcome, hope to see you there!
Come on out to our Neighbourhood Dinner on Monday, June 18! If you can volunteer with set up, please come lend a hand starting at 5:30pm! Dinner will be served at 6:00pm. If it's nice weather we will enjoy dinner outside! Hope to see you there!
This Sunday, June 10, we will welcome guest pastor Kevin Lobert - Youth Pastor at Langley Immanuel CRC! Kevin will be preaching on Genesis 6 - 9. The theme of the sermon will be God remembering his people. Hope to see you there!
Having just celebrated Pentecost, this week are going to look at how the Spirit can transform our lives by looking at the story of Jesus & Nicodemus in John 3:1-17. Join us as we seek to examine our own lives and the world around us through the reborn lens of the Holy Spirit.
This Sunday we celebrate Pentecost, the coming of the Spirit to empower the church for God’s mission in the world. To signify this we have joined with ten other local churches all agreeing to reflect on Acts 1:1-8, and also agreeing to spend time in prayer for each other. This service will truly be a practise of the unifying work of the Spirit!
This Sunday (reminder: it's Mothers Day!) will conclude our sermon series on calling and gifting. In light of that, we are going to do something a bit different. Instead of a regular sermon we are going to participate in a spiritual gifts exercise and discussion. This will be a casual environment where we can come to a deeper understanding of God’s work in our life and how he may be calling us to serve.
Join us this week Sunday as we focus on the different ways that God has “graced/wired/gifted” us to serve in his kingdom. We will be focusing on the gifting list in Rom. 12:6-8. The message this week will lay the ground work for next week, May 13th, when we will spend out time together discovering the gifts we each have!
Most often we equate God’s grace with our salvation and protection, rarely do we think of it having to do with our calling and gifting. However, not only are we "saved by grace,” but in fact we are also "gifted by grace!!” Join us this Sunday as we reflect on God’s “gifting grace” given to each one of us!
Often times we act as if worship only happens on Sunday mornings or in our car when we fire up a “worship" playlist, but Romans 12 gives us a much broader vision of worship. This coming Sunday we will reflect on how our calling and gifting is part of our living, daily worship. Hope to see you there!
This week we will begin a new sermon series looking at how God calls and equips us to serve. The prophet Jeremiah was a man of humble beginnings who didn’t think he had much to offer when God called his name…little did he know. Do you think you’re not called, thing again!
GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE: At 7:00pm on Friday evening (March 30) we will be having a Tenebrae Service reflecting on Christ’s final days before his crucifixion.
Come on out to our Neighbourhood Dinner on Monday, March 19! If you can volunteer with set up, please come lend a hand starting at 5:30pm! Dinner (delicious soup!) will be served at 6:00pm. Hope to see you there!
This Sunday, March 18, we will look at the role that Peter plays during that final fateful night—the confidence of Peter quickly fades under the fire-light of interrogation! Join us as we reflect on the fear that often creeps into our life as situations spiral into chaos and we find ourselves standing in Peter’s shoes!
Prayer can be a difficult thing. In the Bible we are told to pray but sometimes it seems God is not listening, or we pray and nothing happens. Hours before Jesus is crucified he kneels down in a quiet place and pours his heart out to God in an incredibly tension filled prayer. Join us this Sunday, March 11, as we reflect on the prayer of Jesus in the garden and how this may impacts our prayer today.
This Sunday, February 25, we begin the season of Lent, looking at Jesus’ final hours before his crucifixion. Living in suffering and darkness is often times chaotic; these are periods in life when we often feel alone and have trouble putting it into words. Over the next few weeks we will be looking at the chaos of Jesus’ final hours and the darkness he must of felt. Join us this week as we look at Jesus’ final meal and the chaos and complexity he faced in it.
Come on out to our Neighbourhood Dinner on Monday, February 19! If you can volunteer with set up, please come lend a hand starting at 5:30pm! Dinner (hot stew!) will be served at 6:00pm. Hope to see you there!
This Sunday we will be finishing up our series on the mission of The Bridge. We will be looking at how God is active in our neighbourhoods and how he is calling us to bless and seek the peace of the places we live and work. Join us Sunday morning as we conclude our current sermon series!
This Sunday we will begin looking at Part 3 of our mission statement, ’spaces of connection with neighbour'. The relationship between culture and church has undergone a dramatic shift the last number of decades. Join us this week as we see how God has been active in this and how He's calling us to respond in this new cultural landscape!
This Sunday, February 4, we will continue to look at the theme of the church (creating spaces for each other) in light of our mission statement. Specifically we will be looking at the stewardship and responsibility of the gifts that God’s gives us for service in his kingdom!