Looking forward to Sunday!!!

We continue our journey to the cross this Sunday in our "Hearing from God" series with a visit from Pontius Pilate.

The momentum we've picked up during this series is awesome and inspiring... let's keep it going!

Don't miss out and bring a friend!


The week ahead.......

- Lunch Bunch (for the 50+) 11 am
- Small Grp Dinner 6:30 pm
- Small Grp Classes 7:30 pm

- Pioneer Club (ages 6+) 6:30 pm

- Tots Playgroup 10:00 am
- Floor Hockey 7:00 pm

- Worship Team Practise 9:00 am
- Worship Service 11:00 am

Sunday Feb 24 updates......

The news is in - Team William has been beat by Team Catherine in round one of seven in this years Self Denial Campaign - "The Battle of St. Albert(a)."

Yes the Ladies raised more money than the men $215.00 vs $155.00. Well done team Catherine! $370.00 raised $4,630.00 to go. All proceeds go to this years self denial campaign - project Mexico. Stay Tuned!

Also, Stefan played the role of Peter - well done Stefan!

Praise & Worship led by Capt Tiffany and the rest of the team - well done!

All in all - a wonderful day - Oh by the way - Capt Les did ok as well!


This Sunday....

On Sunday... the battle of St Alberta continues for this years Self Denial Campaign Men vs the Ladies - who is going to win this battle????? stay tuned!


We will be continuing with our lenten sermon series "Hearing From God".

This week Stephan will be acting out a scene from Peter's perspective and Capt Les will follow up with a meditative thought from God's Word.

See you all there - 11am sharp!

Weekend musings.....

Today, as we celebrated the second week of Lent, we continued with our sermon series - "Hearing From God". Last week we focused on James, this week Judas.


- This years self denial campaign began.

- Several of our young people and their leaders were in Red Deer participating at "Winter Weekend" at the camp.

Tomorrow for family day members from our church will be heading to the Clareview recreation Centre to assist in serving supper and help out with the carnival that has been planned for local residents.

The Battle of St Albert(a)

2008 Self Denial Campaign continued...the plan

This year the Church will be divided into two teams - Team William Booth and Team Catherine Booth. Yes you guessed it - men against the women. The first team to raise $2500 of the total $5000.00 objective wins. The losing team then must state that they are not worthy to the winners in a sunday morning service.

100% of all proceeds raised will be given to our Territorial Headquarters Missions Project in Toronto which will be given to the work in Mexico.

Please give generously to this years campaign.

2008 Self Denial Campaign

Purposely coinciding with lent, this years self denial campaign begins this coming Sunday Feb 17, 2008.

Self denial is the time when we deny ourselves (not the church) certain privileges that we enjoy here in Canada such as going out for coffee, lunches, dinners, etc. The idea is that we all either stop or reduce these outings and instead give what we would have spent on this things to our missionaries serving in different countries who are less fortunate then we.

This years campaign will last 7 weeks (assuming we hit our target in this time frame) and our goal is to raise $5000.00. If each and every person that came to church gave an average of $20.00 each week we will surpass our goal in this time frame.

Be sure to come this Sunday and participate in this years Self Denial campaign.

Lent has begun

Starting last wednesday (Ash wednesday) the lenten season began.

Lent, in most Christian denominations, is the forty-day liturgical season of fasting and prayer before Easter. The forty days represent the time Jesus spent in the desert, where, according to the Bible, he endured temptation by Satan.

The purpose of Lent is the preparation of the believer—through prayer, penitence, almsgiving and self-denial—for the annual commemoration of the Death and Resurrection of Jesus, as celebrated during Holy Week, which recalls the events linked to the Passion of Christ and culminates in Easter, the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Yes - Spring Has Arrived!

Yes its true the RV's have landed in Edmonton at the Agricom. Of course this means that spring has come. Forget what the groundhogs say and what you see and feel outside - the shows clearly identify that spring has come, at least in the minds of RVers.

By the way, if you are looking for our Pastor you will find him at the show checking out every exhibit very carefully on Thursday from 5-10pm, Fri & Sat from 10am-10pm and Sunday from 2-5pm.

Word has it that the trailer pictured above is his trailer of choice this year!

See you at the show and of course we will see you on Sunday at Church as well!

For more info check out the site below....