Come on out to our Neighbourhood Dinner! If you can volunteer with set up, please come lend a hand starting at 5:30pm! Dinner will be served at 6:00pm. Hope to see you there!
This Sunday we welcome guest preacher Pastor Peter Stellingwerff! Peter will be preaching on Luke 15: 1-2 & 11-24:
We often identify with the lostness of the two sons in these parables and on being found by the loving Father. Is Jesus, however, calling us to identify with something greater in the parables of Luke 15?
Hope to see you there!
Often in times of grief and suffering our natural instinct is to isolate ourselves—we stop going out, stop going to church, and we don’t want to let people in. But Psalms 42 & 43 give us a different pattern, showing us the role that a community of believers can play on our behalf in times of difficulty. Join us as we look at this path from sorrow to support in community.
A friendly reminder we will be participating in a joint service on Sunday, August 5th, 2018 with Home Church. The service will be taking place at Nicomekl School which is located at 20050 53rd Avenue, Langley, BC. Home Church will be leading the service and George will be preaching. Adding to this special occasion, there will be two adult baptisms taking place during the service!
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us this Sunday as we welcome Pastor Margaret Hummelman! Pastor Marg will be preaching on Ruth: A Biblical Soap Opera. The theme is how God treats the outcast, the damaged, the refugees, the wounded ones. We have all been or are in these places and God sees and hears and reaches for any and all who suffer.
Scripture: Ruth 1: 20-22
Isaiah 40: 28-31
What is it that we chase for a successful life? Who is it that we think is wise? Join us this Sunday as we reflect on Proverbs 8 and the nature of God’s wisdom, something that is more personal than we could ever know, but also more transcendent than we could ever imagine!
This coming Sunday, George will be tag-teaming the service with his brother-in-law, Bryan Brandsma, who will be preaching from Proverbs 3:5-6, "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight. Hope to see you there!
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!