Our Sunday morning gathering is the center of our life together as a church. God tells us the importance of meeting together regularly for mutual encouragement in the Bible.
And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near. (Hebrews 10:24-25 ESV)
The best way to find out who we are and what we are about is to come visit us on a Sunday morning. All are welcome!
With capacity limits, it is helpful if you let us know you’re coming, but we have lots of room. There will likely be space if you just drop in.
When and where do we meet?
Due to the constantly changing mandates and since we do not own a church building, our meeting location changes. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
10:00 AM Gathered Prayer
10:30 AM Gathered Worship
What are our Sunday gatherings like?
God tells us how we should worship in the Bible. When we gather, we sing songs together (Eph. 5:19), we pray together (Acts 12:12), we read and preach the Bible (1 Tim. 4:13), and we celebrate the ordinances of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper (Acts 20:7). After the service, we share a time of informal fellowship together. The center of our time together is the preaching of the Word of God from Scripture. We practice expositional preaching, where the message of the Bible forms the message of the sermon. Style of music isn’t as important as genuine worship from the heart, but our style is toned down and emphasizes the congregation singing true songs to the true God.
Who can attend the worship service?
Everybody. You don’t have to be a member of the church to attend a service. All are welcome to come visit!
Is there a children’s church?
We encourage families to worship together as families. We don’t mind the noises of children because it means that they present as the church worships.
Do I have to wear something special?
Come as you are. Some wear ties, some wear jeans.
Is the building accessible for those with special needs?
The community hall is ground level with no stairs anywhere and has a wheelchair accessible washroom.
Do I have to be vaccinated or wear a mask to attend?
No. We will not bind your conscience by adding requirements for worship that God has not given us in the Bible. We believe that matters of health belong under the authority of the family, not the state or the church. However, if you are currently sick, biblical principles of quarantining the sick suggest that it is best to avoid spreading illness to others. If you want to wear a mask, you are free to do so. If you want to sit a distance away from others, you are free to do so.
Feel free to contact pastor Mark Reimer for more information.