We are a church, a gathering of people who believe in Jesus Christ as our Saviour, who desire to know and follow Him and share His redeeming love with others.
We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, given to us by God so that we can know Him. Because of this, we go through the Bible verse by verse, chapter by chapter, book by book.
Whether you are a follower of Jesus or someone who is seeking to know more about Him, we welcome you to join us on Sunday or Wednesday as we go through the Bible in a teaching format.
2 Timothy 3:16-17
"All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work."
Announcement about our church services and COVID-19
With current situation we have moved all our meetings online.
Anyone can watch our Sunday Service and midweek Bible study live on our church Facebook page. You can also find a link at the bottom of this page. Service broadcast for Sunday Service is at 2:30 PM and 6:30 PM on Wednesday.
While we are always glad to welcome visitors, due to the current health landscape, we ask that you postpone your initial attendance at one of our on-site services until a more stable situation develops. You may of course still join in via the live feed broadcasts online. Thank you for your understanding.
With some of the advancements in technology there are ways of of staying connected in these times, and especially those who are in risk category. If you want to know more about staying connected contact us in our contact page.
We are constantly following updates from Alberta Health Services and their recommendations.
And everyone's health and safety is important.
Any changes in regards to church services will posted here.
All decision made in regards to this is done prayerfully and with guidance of health officials.
Some things that we can do help out during this time:
Pray for those who are infected!
As a church we are here for one another. If you need groceries and are unable to go out let us know!
Those who have traveled in last 14 days please to stay home for recommended 14 days.
Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using water and soap.
Stay home if you are not feeling well.
Symptoms to watch for include fever, cough, shortness of breath, body aches, chills, fatigue, sore throat.
If you are unsure of contraction, please stay at home for recommended 14 days.
If you are in the high risk category, please stay home.
Share with others about the hope we have in Jesus.
Our current Sunday study is in the book of Daniel.
We encourage you to join us as we move through this book verse by verse.
In our jurney through the Bible, we are now in the book of Daniel. This book has so many significance in overall message of the Bible. It is important for proper prophetic teachings of the Bible, as well as to give us instructions of dedicated godly living in an ungodly society.
This book covers a period right after Babylonians destroyed Jerusalem and the Temple and focuses on the life of 4 young Jewish men who are taken captive. We follow their lives in the captivity all the way until Daniel is old and has seen fall of Babylon and rise of Medo-Persian empire. And it will be under this new empire that the Jewish people would be allowed to go back into their homeland. We will see God's protection and blessing upon Daniel and his friends during this time and rewards for their faithfulness. Also, we will see many important prophecies that have come to pass and that are yet to be fulfilled!
We invite you to join us for live stream as we get encouraged, exhorted, challenged, and equipped in our faith in our journey through this book.
Our midweek study is in the book of Lamentations.
It will start March 25th.
Prophet Jeremiah prophesied for over 40 years to the people who ignored his warnings of the coming destruction. They refused to repent and they scorned him. And after the judgment came through Babylonians, Jeremiah is compassionate and sorrowful towards the people and the nation that rejected him.
This book is his cry over the sate of the people, city of Jerusalem and the nation. This book is poetically expressing all the emotions that were felt as Jerusalem fell and over the state of the people and the nation.
Come and join us (live steam only at the moment) as we study this book verse by verse and as we seek the Lord to teach us from it. There are great lessons in this book for us that we can apply in our life today.
Study will be followed by prayer meeting.
(Art is by Rembrandt from 1630 "Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem")
If you have a prayer request and can't make it for prayer meeting, please submit it through our contact page.
Online giving is being handled at the moment by Rocky Mountain Calvary Chapel in Calgary and link will send you to their webpage for donations. On the e-transfer just designate that donation is for CC Edmonton.
For any questions about online giving click here.
We meet Sundays at 2:30 pm and Wednesdays at 6:30 pm at 8420-145 Street
in the downstairs hall at St. Timothy's in Laurier Heights.
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