What to Expect
Whether you are looking for a permanent church home, a safe place to explore faith or are just passing through the neighbourhood, we would love to have you join us. The following are some commonly-asked questions, but if you have other questions please feel free to contact us.
What are the service times?
Currently we are offering two, distinct services at 9:30am and 11:00am.
9:30am - A service featuring a combination of hymns and modern worship songs led primarily by the choir, and some traditional liturgy.
Where do I go on Sunday morning?
When you arrive at the church, you are welcome to park anywhere in the parking lot and use the entrances at either the front or back of the building.
All services are held in our main sanctuary. If you need assistance, our greeters and/or church members would be more than happy to answer your questions, direct you to your seat and help you feel at home.
How should I dress for Sunday services?
While many members of our congregation attend church dressed in traditional attire, many also dress more causally. On Sunday mornings you will see a range of people wearing anything from a suit to jeans. We look forward to having you join us and invite you to attend in the way that you feel most comfortable.
Do you have children and youth programs on Sundays?
We believe that Sunday mornings provide an opportunity for children to experience worship alongside their families and also to learn about God in an age-appropriate environment. We offer the children’s programs below, but children are always welcome to remain with their parents in the service.
Sunday school is currently offered for children up to Grade 8. Children are welcome to first join the worship service in the sanctuary or go directly to Sunday school for a time of bible learning, crafts and fun with other children of similar ages.
What programs do you offer outside of Sunday services?
Outside of our Sunday services we offer a variety of ministries and programs to encourage and promote the spiritual growth of our children, teens and adults. These programs include life groups (small group bible studies), drop-in programs and other opportunities for prayer, fellowship and/or worship.