Due to Manitoba COVID level Red, the church building is closed to general public access. Please contact the church office by phone or email (see below).
Worship services are online, available Sunday mornings. See here to participate in online worship services.
Care groups, youth groups, Sunday School, Adult Sunday Study, Sharing & Prayer, and Drop-In-Bible-Study (DIBS) are no longer happening in person. However, some of these are happening virtually. Contact the church office for more information.
- Michael Pahl (Lead Pastor)
- Lawrence Siemens (Associate Pastor)
- Kristy Letkeman Hosler (Associate Pastor)
- Robyn Letkeman (Administrative Assistant)
Tag Archives: holy spirit
Preparing for Worship Ideally, we would gather together in worship, catching up on each other’s lives, being encouraged by each other’s smiles, weeping with each other in our tears, joining our voices in songs of faith and lament and hope … Continue reading
A meditation by Michael Pahl on the Second Sunday of Lent, March 8, 2020, called “Show Us Your Faithful, Loving Presence.” It’s a reflection on the story of Abram’s call in Genesis 12:1-4 and Jesus’ encounter with Nicodemus in John … Continue reading
A meditation by Michael Pahl on the First Sunday of Lent, March 1, 2020, called “Show Us Your Hiding Place.” It’s a reflection on the story of Jesus’ temptation in Matthew 4:1-11, part of our Lenten series called, “show us…” … Continue reading
A sermon by Michael Pahl on June 16, 2019, Trinity Sunday, called “The Fellowship of the Holy Spirit.” It is a reflection on the threefold benediction of 2 Corinthians 13:13 as a way of exploring the Christian doctrine of the … Continue reading
During our July 9 morning worship service, Pastor Lawrence spoke on “When Words Fail,” a reflection on Paul’s description in Romans 8 of the Holy Spirit’s “groaning” with us during our sufferings “with sighs too deep for words.” Here’s the … Continue reading
Earlier this summer I preached a sermon on grieving the losses in our lives, whether it’s the loss of someone we love through death or the loss of something we have invested with great significance—a relationship, a career, a home. … Continue reading