We want people to receive Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. We want to see people saved, healed, delivered and set free in Jesus' holy name. The fastest and most direct way for this to happen is for ALL of the church to serve God and this website is meant to help you see how we, as a church, plan to accomplish this.
For the Glory of God, we worship, connect, grow, serve and go, to bring His message of love and forgiveness to everyone.
We worship God daily through prayer and praise, along with reading and studying the Bible.
We connect as a church by caring for each other’s physical needs, and by encouraging each other in our faith.
We want to grow to be more like Jesus with the help of the Holy Spirit.
We serve in our church to further God’s Kingdom.
We want to reach out and go into our needy world with Jesus’ message of love and forgiveness.
We are affiliated with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, which stands firmly in the mainstream of historical Christianity. It takes the Bible as its all-sufficient source of faith and practice and subscribes to the historic creeds of the universal church. In common with historical, evangelical Christianity, it emphasizes Christ as Saviour and coming King. It also presents Christ as Healer, and it adopts the distinctive position that speaking in tongues is the initial evidence when Christ baptizes in the Holy Spirit.
We are a community with a variety of age groups and at all stages of life. The best part about this, is that we are able to be there for one another. From the young parents, to the retired person, we have a group of individuals for you to connect with during the week, and then as a community, we come together on Sunday morning to celebrate everything that God has done in our lives throughout the week.
THE LIGHT PROJECT
Based on Matthew 5:14, we wanted to show our community that we cared for them by giving back to them. Therefore, we raised money to buy grocery and gas cards and then we prayed about who would receive these gifts. This video is a result of what a church can do for its community.