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What’s Happening

December 3, 10, & 17, 2017 | Christmas Series “Carols”

  • Regular service times of 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM.
  • All nursery and youth programs running.

December 24, 2017 | Christmas Eve Service “O Come, O Come Emmanuel”

  • No morning services. Services at 3:30 PM and 5:00 PM. 
  • Nursery (0-3), Waumba Land (JK/SK) at 3:30 PM. (No UpStreet or Serious Faith)
  • No nursery or children’s programs at 5:00 PM. (Library available with A/V feed)
  • No Coffee & Conversation between services

December 31, 2017 | Prayer Service | Our Father: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

As 2017 ends and we get ready to welcome 2018, we will look back on what our Father as done in our lives, and we will look ahead and pray for His will to be done in the New Year.

  • One service at 10:00 AM.
  • All nursery and children’s programs running, except no Serious Faith (Gr. 6-8)
  • Coffee & Conversation to follow

January 7, 14, & 21, 2018 | Crucial Conversations: Identity Crisis

“One of the most remarkable things about the twentieth century, more than technological progress and physical violence, has been the deconstruction of man and woman.” (Henry Grunwald, Time Magazine) This deconstruction has resulted in a collapsed identity for humanity. Join us in January as we look at the theme of identity. This is a Crucial Conversation!

  • Regular service times of 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM.
  • All nursery and youth programs running

Week 1, January 7 | Identity & Foundations | Mark and Rhonda Kotchapaw

Christianity has contributed many things to the world, but none more important than its vision of the human person. However, the biblical vision has been hijacked. The old adage that ‘a lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes’ has never been more true than in this area of identity. Many would say that the crisis of our time is the identity crisis of modern man. We cling to false identities such as “I am what I can do,” or “I am what others think I am,” or “I am my sexual inclinations,” or “I am what I look like.” Join us as we lay the biblical foundation for Who Am I?

Week 2, January 14 | Identity & Cultural Confusion | Michelle Tepper, RZIM

Breaking the silence on love, sex and relationships with confidence and hope. In a culture that equates sexual freedom with identity and satisfaction, the Biblical standards for sexuality are often viewed as both personally offensive and shockingly restrictive. If “God is love” then why would He put so many serious restrictions on the way in which we can pursue love? Can the biblical standards for relationship still be realistically upheld today? If so, how do we confidently break the silence on these important subjects in a way that offers hope, freedom and fulfillment to our world?

Also Featuring: Parenting Seminar How to Talk About the Gospel with Our Kids from 2-4pm in the Upper Room. Contact Jamie Stinson or Curtis Dyck for more information.

Week 3, January 21 | Identity & Mission | Jonathan Miller, Prison Fellowship Canada

For those in prison or having been recently released back into the community, the reality of brokenness is stark. A large majority is struggling with mental health issues, addiction, and trauma, among other things. Families have been deeply affected or devastated. For many, so much of their identity – how they are perceived by others and by themselves – is tied to these areas of brokenness. As a result, many are filled with a sense of hopelessness and helplessness, with no one to walk with them in their journey. Prison Fellowship Canada recognizes that all of us are broken and need to be restored to who God has created us to be. There is still hope. Join us as we hear about Jesus’ passion through PFC to restore the identity amongst the incarcerated and reconcile them with God, with themselves, and with their community.