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Truth and Reconciliation Action Group Series

April 15, 22, 29, May 6, 7:30pm: The Truth and Reconciliation Action Group has planned a four-week series of conversations towards what the TRC’s Final Report called “a new way of living together.” The conversations will be led by Rick Enns and Roger Epp. They are meant as an opportunity, in a safe place, to learn those things people may not have been taught in high school, to ask questions, and to examine the stories we’ve inherited. Topics will include: (1) the Royal Proclamation, treaties, and land; (2) the Indian Act; (3) residential schools; and (4) the TRC and related contemporary developments. The intent will be to provide a brief and basic introduction to these different pieces as elements in a historical and ongoing process of colonization, and to challenge our thinking about next steps as a congregation, including a treaty land acknowledgment.

Contact the church office for the Zoom information.


Worship via Video Conferencing

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we worship. Online worship has become the norm.

Please contact the church office to see how you can join us on Sunday morning at 10:45 am.


Coffee Time
Pastor Craig

Coffee Time with Craig

Join Pastor Craig every Wednesday morning for coffee via video conference.

Contact the church office for details.


Bible Study


Monday Daytime Bible Study

Thursday All-comers Bible Study




Exploration of singing during Covid-19!

While singing together becomes a different reality over video conference, we would like to explore ways to connect to our songs – together. Come prepared to sing and explore ways that music can sustain us through the limitations and possibilities of video technology. Every other Thursday at 7:00 pm.

Contact the church office for how to join.


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