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The additional restrictions of the Public Health Order put in place on November 19th are preventing us from being able to gather in person until we hear otherwise on February 5th. We will continue to be live-streaming our worship services so we encourage you to join us online for those times. Please also make ways to connect with your various small groups virtually as fellowship and community is something we continue to value. 

We will continue to update our COVID-19 Safety Plan as we hear from our Provincial Government. 

On July 2nd we resumed on-site gatherings in a limited capacity while continuing to live-stream so our entire church family can still meet together as one body. Our staff are working diligently to not only follow government requirements and guidelines but also to understand the unique needs of our church family. We desire to see everyone connecting in safe ways and as they are able, whether online or in person.


Our live-stream can be found directly from our homepage every Sunday morning, as well as through our YouTube channel or through our mobile app.



In order to comply with seating limitations and physical distancing, we are requiring individuals to sign-up in advance for our on-site worship gathering. You'll find a link to sign-up through our Eventbrite page.


While on the church premises, we have safety measures in place. We do this not just to comply, but also out of love and respect for those in attendance and those who are volunteering.

  • Masks* must be worn when entering, singing, and exiting, or anytime a physical distance of two meters cannot be maintained.
  • Hand sanitizer is to be used upon entering the building.
  • Please stay home if you show any signs of illness.

When arriving on-site, there are markers on the ground to help maintain distance and order. A greeter will be at the door to sign you in and direct you to your seat. You'll notice many seats have been removed from the main floor and are properly spaced out for you. 

*Please note that children under two years and anyone who has difficulty breathing or removing their mask on their own should not wear one. Parents with young children should use their discretion.