Until further notice, we are doing online services only (This week's B.C. health announcement is in place until Jan. 8).
Sunday at 10:30 p.m. Children's Story: Nimrod - The Man who Attempted to Build The Tower of Babel.
Listen to last week's children's story here: The Rainbow in the Sky - God's Promise of Mercy
Sunday Morning Sermon: The Incarnation of the Eternal Son of God.
Sunday at 6 p.m. How to Honour Christ at Christmas.
Wednesday 7:25 p.m. Bible Study and Prayer by Zoom. If you wish to join, please send us an email request. We will add your email to the list and send you a link to the meeting on Wednesday.
Christmas Social: Friday, Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. We will hold our annual Christmas Social by Zoom with the regular program of participation by families, Quiz and Story (Food and prizes next year, Lord willing).
Men's Prayer Meeting Dec. 19 at 8 a.m. by Zoom. All men exhorted to join in.
Christmas Eve Service at 7 p.m. This service will be by webcast from the church, not in-person.
New Year's Eve Service at 7:30 p.m. by Zoom with testimonies from our elders and deacons.
Men's Prayer Meeting Jan. 2, at 7:30 p.m. by Zoom. All men exhorted to join in.
We wish everyone and a Blessed Christmas Season even during this pandemic. We pray each one will be safe, and kept in the Saviour's love. Let us do what we can to encourage each other through this most unusual time. Your kindness, love, and encouragement will go a long way to support others. Find your strength in ministering to others by phone or email. Your attendance at our Zoom meetings will also be a blessing. The Lord will minister to you as you minister to others. If we can help please call to talk.
Pray for the online services. In the providence of God, we have this facility to webcast our services, so that the same schedule of preaching may continue. Pray for the Holy Spirit to prepare hearts, give power to the preaching, and that hearers will receive the word with much faith. Pray also for the Sunday and Weekday radio programs to be a blessing and source of consolation to the lonely and the lost. The greatest comfort we can give is to tell of the Saviour's love and power to save our souls. While we are in the midst of a world plagued with death, we have a Saviour who is come to give us life, and life more abundantly.