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Sunday is our weekly celebration where people spanning the generations (we have newborns to 94 and everything in between!) gather together to worship. We start off with pre-service prayer at 8:30am (all are welcome) before launching in to our two main services at 9 & 11: come early for a coffee and to meet some people!
We usually begin with corporate worship through singing followed by prayer and listenting to the Lord together. After some brief announcements, we continue our worship by reading the Word, hearing a message, and responding through song and prayer. We always close the service with a blessing or "benediction."
We are a part of a relationally-based, co-operative fellowship of churches known as the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC). For more information on our beliefs and why we partner with the PAOC, check out the beliefs section of our website.
This is especially for those who are sick or not feeling well, travelling, or unable to gather in-person for health or other reasons. We encourage you to come in person for the best way to be encouraged by the faith community and grow together in our faith!
We are blessed to have some amazing worship leaders and musicians who love God, including several current and former studio and professional musicians. Overall, we maintain a contemporary style of worship, incorporating modern songs into our services. We also love to inject some vintage vibes, as well as always singing together at least one cherished hymn that has stood the test of time!
If you'd like to keep up with songs we're singing and listening to, you can find our curated spotify playlist here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6BGXfdEToo6Y3mEOd9rfYh
You bet we do! But because we have a lot of women pastors and leaders, we get asked about it a lot, so we've compiled some resources for you!
Our network of churches recently released a statement on gender equality. We are a conservative denomination that takes the Scriptures seriously, so we think it says something when they release a statement for our 1,200 churches across Canada on this.
And we have a few great resources in our library so just ask us for recommendations!
Lots! We have a calendar of regularly occurring and one-time events listed on our events page. Some weekly events include Life Groups, daily supporting the Errington Elementary breakfast program, community support groups (NA), prayer and worship evenings, regular youth and young adult events, women's events, and so much more!
More than we can list here (but see here), but a good summary is in this video:
We have parking available at the front, side, and back of the church, with accessible parking by the front and side entrances. The church is all on one level with no stairs to contend with and we have a wheelchair accessible area in our sanctuary for people with wheelchairs and their companions. Just ask one of our door greeters to show you where!
We also are pleased to provide message manuscripts for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Please contact us to help us prepare for you!
Only under special circumstances, such as when service/therapy dogs are required. Otherwise, due to the sensitivities of others and the amount of children in our services, we ask you to please keep pets at home.
Let us know what you're passionate about and what areas you'd like to get involved in by filling out our volunteer application at the link below.
You can get in touch the following ways:
1. Use the chat feature on our homepage
2. Send us a message at the bottom of the page
3. Fill out a Connection Card
4. Call us! 250.248.5333
5. Text us! 855.965.1161
6. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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8. Drop by! We hope to meet you soon!