What to Expect

We are a Christ-centred congregation. We preach Christ and Him crucified for the salvation of the world. There are no tips on how to live a better life or how to get ahead. Instead we focus on what Christ has done to save us sinners.

We are a family friendly congregation. We love to have the little ones sitting with their family. After all, the Church is the family of God, why wouldn’t we all want to be together!

We are a liturgical congregation. We follow the traditions of the western catholic Church as they have been handed down to us through the Reformation. When we worship we are in solidarity with the saints of old and with those around the world. We sing hymns both ancient and modern that speak to what God has done for us in Christ Jesus.

We are a sacramental congregation. Christ works to bring His salvation to us through means. We remember our baptism where we were cleansed by the water and word of God. We confess our sins to God our Father who forgives us for Christ’s sake. We offer the Lord’s Supper where Jesus comes to us with His body and blood for us Christians to eat and drink.

Because we believe that in the Sacrament of the Altar that the Lord Jesus gives to us His body and blood we practice closed communion. If you have any questions as to what this means please make sure to speak to the pastor before service.

COVID-19 Precautions

At this time of the pandemic, in addition to praying that the Lord would relieve us of this pandemic by His mercy, our congregation follows the guidelines set by the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

We have a hand sanitizing station. All attending are asked to use the hand sanitizer located at the entrance of the church.

We sing with masks. So don’t forget yours! However, if you do, we have disposable masks available.

We maintain social distancing. Certain pews are blocked off so that we can remain the proper distance to help flatten the curve and protect our neighbour.

We have a separate entrance and exit. We enter through the main doors and leave through the door of the nave after the service.