Join us for music, worship, prayer & fellowship every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
A warm welcome to all who will be worshiping with us on Sunday!
Please join us for coffee and conversation after worship.
SUNDAY SERVICE- in efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, in-person worship has been temporarily suspended and we have moved to an online format. Please contact the church on how to attend- 306-773-9353
A warm welcome to all who will be worshiping with us on Sunday! If this is to be your first time with us, please be sure to sign one of our guest books located at each back door, and introduce yourself to some of us. Please join us for coffee and conversation after worship. We gather in the large welcoming space just outside the Sanctuary near the elevator.
The sanctuary and foyer are both wheelchair accessible. The elevator is accessible through the ground level double doors on the church’s west side.
Headsets are available for those in need.
For those who are unable to attend in person, our services are broadcast on CKSW 570 radio every Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
Read about our CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS here.
A sacrament is a symbolic action, or a ritual, where ordinary things like water, bread, and wine are used to point us to God and God’s love, reminding us of the sacred in life. Baptism and communion are sacred rituals performed on occasion during regular worship services.
Communion, symbolic of sharing in a sacred family meal with Christ, is held approximately 6 times per year and is open to all. Communion is usually by Intincture, dipping a piece of bread into a cup of juice. A gluten free cracker option is also made available.
Baptism, a ritual signifying joining the family of Christ, is offered as required. Baptism is held as a part of the regular Sunday worship services. For more information, visit the Baptism page.
We are located at 223 3rd Avenue NE, on the corner of 3rd & Chaplin. Limited street parking is available next to the church, as well as a dedicated parking lot at the end of the block, on the corner of 3rd Avenue & Herbert Street.