Current Sunday Sermon Series
In an age of superheroes it’s easy to think that to be one you have to have super-human powers. We often think the same about every day heroes, like those who rush into burning buildings, step into the line of fire, and otherwise put themselves in harms way for the benefit of others. We think they have something we don’t. Maybe. Maybe not?
How can we be an unlikely, everyday or ordinary hero? Is there something we can do to prepare ourselves?
While superhero movies are entertaining escapism, there aren't any real super men and women flying around with extraordinary powers, nor teams of them jumping from nation to nation, planet to planet, nor from one reality to another.
Real heroes do exist, though. Most Sundays of July and August, we’re journeying through the book of Judges, discovering very real heroes. Heroes that are frail, broken, unexpected and unlikely, yet also chosen, anointed, full of grace and strength…all because of God’s presence in them.
YOU can build a life ready to be a hero, too. Join us for this series from Judges with material from Tim Keller, Ken Shigematsu and more: How to build a life of extraordinary faith!
Aug 11 - Gideon, God’s Strength in our Weakness
Aug 18 - Jephthah, The Unlikely Outcast
Aug 25 - Samson, Did He Really Have Big Muscles?
Sep 1 - Men Without Chests & People without a King
Sep 8 - New Series on the power of GOD’S GRACE
July 7 - Half-hearted Discipleship
July 14 - Praise & Picnic in the Park
July 21 - Living Among Idols
July 28 - Othniel & Ehud, the Unexpected
Aug 4 - Deborah & Barak, Who Can Wear the Pants?
YOU are invited to join us this Sunday and all! We look forward to meeting and fellowshipping with you.
Join us at 10:00 am for coffee and tea and a home made bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs.
Worship starts upstairs at 10:30 am. Come as you are!
We look forward to worshipping with you this Sunday. You are invited!
Sunday Service begins at 10:30a.m.
Nursery & Children's Church (ages 3-12) available.
We take the Bible as its all-sufficient source of faith and practice, and subscribe to the historic creeds of the universal Church. In common with historical, evangelical Christianity, we emphasize Christ as Saviour and coming King. We also present Christ as Healer and the Pentecostal position that His promised baptism in the Holy Spirit is needed for full Spirit-empowered life today.
As an autonomous local church in good standing with our Fellowship, the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, we hold to the Statement of Fundamental and Essential Truths, which you can read here: