Worship Gatherings: Every Sunday at 10:30am
We gather together every Sunday morning to reorient ourselves to the reality of God in our lives and our world. We meet together to tell God he is good through song, to bring before God the needs of our world, what troubles us and what makes us glad through prayer, and to listen to how God speaks to us through the Bible. An important part of our gatherings are fellowship after the service where we can share life together over coffee, tea or juice.
All are welcome to these times wherever you are at in your journey of faith. We are convinced that God always receives us just as we are and so we as a church strive to be a place where all can be honest with God and each other and receive one another in love.
Children and Worship
We believe in the importance and beauty of diversity in the body of Christ so we strive for our worship gatherings to be a place of welcome for all ages. Our worship space includes a children's area in the back with couches and activities for busy hands, and ribbons for dancing and worship when we sing songs together. We love to see and hear children joining in with their songs and shouts of praise!
During the second half of the service, which includes the includes the sermon, children aged 0-5 are invited to continue their worship through play and bible stories in our nursery which is located in the basement. The safety of children is of utmost importance to us. There are always at least two nursery attendants caring for children and they have up to date criminal record checks. Of course, children are also welcome to remain in the service with their caregivers.
Our building has three levels with an elevator giving access to each level. Our building is wheelchair accessible.
We also provide resources for those needing hearing assistance including print copies of the sermon and devices for amplification. If you'd like to make use of these nifty gadgets, please talk with the person running the sound booth at the back of the sanctuary.
Our Church Family
We belong to a wider family of churches called the Christian Reformed Churches of North America made up of more than 1000 churches in Canada and the US. As a denomination, we are involved in a number of areas that address the brokenness of life locally and globally. To find out more, and to read about what we as a confessional church believe, you can visit the CRC website: