Love God, love your neighbour

As a congregation that lives across many communities, we especially enjoy coming together to worship God with our hearts, souls, minds, and strength. We have learned to worship together while physically distant during the global pandemic. We are now gathering for weekly hybrid worship, both in our sanctuary and still online. Click here for further information about in-person Covid protocols or contact Pastor Alissa about virtual connections.

Our service begins at 9:45am. We are operating with a limited capacity in our sanctuary, so we are asking people to sign-up to attend in person. Please wear a mask while you're inside our building. At the door, you will be greeted by our friendly Welcome Team, who will ask if you have self-screened and verify your proof of vaccination. Seating is physically distanced. Once we have gathered and centred ourselves for worship, the worship leader for the morning leads the congregation in songs, words, and prayers, reminding us that God's Spirit is present.

Music is a big part of our worship and can include, on any given Sunday, traditional hymns, world music, folk tunes, chorales, and contemporary choruses. We are slowly introducing some congregational singing back into our in-person worship.

Every worship service has a time when the children are invited to explore the Scripture in their own way.

Hearing God's Word
Each worship service has some Scripture read and most of our worship services have a sermon.

We always take time to share what's going on in the life of the congregation. If you are visiting with us, you will be invited to introduce yourself so that we can better welcome you. If you would rather be anonymous, that is perfectly okay too.

When the service is over, we ask the congregation to continue the fellowship outside on the front lawn.

Christian Education
Sunday school for all ages has been happening online, after the service.