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We meet for worship via Zoom only, for the duration of the Provincial Stay At Home Order.
You can continue to watch from home using the Zoom links provided in the weekly emails or click here for weekly resources designed to help you Worship From Home.
We gather for worship on Sunday mornings at 10 am. It's good if you get logged in to Zoom at least five or ten minutes before the service starts.
How We Dress
We're pretty casual at Faith. Come as you are.
During COVID, when we have worship in the building, please use the side doors (under the overhang, near to the road) to enter and the back doors to exit.
Once you enter the sanctuary, an usher will help you find a seat.
Parking: Our accessible parking spots are located along the fence on the left as you pull into our parking log.
Wheelchair Accessibility: An elevator is located at the side entrance of the building, near the accessible parking.
We have many young children at Faith. Unfortunately, at this time because of COVID, we are not able to use the nursery or have children's programming.
Sunday worship at Faith is all about coming together as a community to meet with our God. It is a time to offer praise, prayer and thanksgiving. It is also a time for confession and sometimes even for lament. We have a worship team at Faith that leads music during each Sunday worship service. Then, our pastor delivers a relevant and challenging Bible-based message that addresses the issues we deal with every day in our journey. Members of our Prayer ministry are available at the end of every service to pray with you.
The Celebration of Communion
We celebrate Communion once a month at Faith Church, on the third Sundays of the month (or on Good Friday in March/April).
Communion is available for all ages that express a love for Jesus, seek His forgiveness and long to live for Him. We encourage parents who wish their children to participate to have a conversation with them beforehand about the meaning and significance of this gift of God’s grace.
Our Communion celebration happens toward the end of the worship service at stations at the front and back of the sanctuary where you will be offered matzah bread and grape juice. There are gluten-free crackers in the centre of the tray. Please know that there is no obligation or pressure to participate and you are welcome to remain in your seat. We pray that you will be blessed as we focus on the sacrifice of Jesus and His love for each one of us.
Coffee & Refreshments
We will resume having a coffee social after the church service once COVID restrictions have eased.