Welcome


We are meeting in person on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

COVID Information

  • Masking is optional (though recommended)
  • All pews are available for seating
  • Singing is welcome
  • Please stay home if you are not feeling well

As things begin to change, please remember the words of Paul: “Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.” (Eph. 4:32 NIV) and “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.” (1 Cor 13:4 NIV)

We will continue to record and share services (see sidebar for most recent videos).


Thanks for visiting our site. We are a church and a church is made up of people. All shapes and sizes and colours. All with various views, and core beliefs, but a singular vision of Love – Love for the Creator, the earth, and all people. We are a church that exists not for itself but for the community.

There is a world of pain out there. Even the apostle Paul said that the creation is in pain. It has been strained to the breaking point. Maybe you feel the same.

We are a church that exists not for itself but for the community.

Christ began a ministry of serving the world with an authentic love. It was powerful enough that the ruthlessness of power seeking people wouldn’t put up with it. What if we all just were able to get along? We have more in common with each other than not. How can we help each other?

How can we restore this world to its original design? Can we create a world where enemies become friends? Can we create a world where there is no hunger; where water is plentiful and safe? Maybe this is what church is.

Jesus came to preach good news to the poor, set the prisoners free, and release the oppressed. I would love to belong to that church.

Spiritual teaching shows itself in physical ways so often. As Jesus said, that he came to preach good news to the poor, set the prisoners free, and release the oppressed. I would love to belong to that church. He has asked us to be that church. Each person.

Check us out.

Don Smith