**In-person Sunday morning services are suspended until further notice due to concerns regarding COVID-19.** See the church blog to participate in Sunday morning worship together online. See the church COVID-19 response page for information regarding other gatherings.
**The church building is closed to public access until further notice.** Note that the church library is now accessible under restrictions, and the church building can be used for small church groups under restrictions. If you have a question or need assistance, please contact the church office or one of the pastors by phone or email.
- Michael Pahl (Lead Pastor)
- Lawrence Siemens (Associate Pastor)
- Kristy Letkeman Hosler (Associate Pastor)
- Robyn Letkeman (Administrative Assistant)
Tag Archives: messiah
A meditation by Michael Pahl on Transfiguration Sunday, February 23, 2020, called “All Belong to You.” It’s a reflection on Mark 9:1-8 and 1 Corinthians 3:10-11, 16-23. Here is a brief excerpt from the conclusion: Let us anchor ourselves in … Continue reading
A meditation by Michael Pahl on January 19, 2020, called “The Testimony of Christ.” It’s a reflection on the titles given to Jesus in the New Testament, in particular the four confessions of Jesus found in John 1:29-42. Here is … Continue reading
A meditation by Michael Pahl on January 12, 2020, called “The Heavens Were Opened.” It’s a reflection on the baptism story of Jesus in Matthew 3:13-17 and its connection to the Servant Song of Isaiah 42:1-9. Here is a written … Continue reading
A meditation by Michael Pahl on the Fourth Sunday of Advent, December 22, 2019, called “Worth the Wait.” Here is a written excerpt: We tend to skip over the opening verses of Matthew’s Gospel when we read it. That’s the … Continue reading
A sermon by Pastor Michael Pahl on February 17, 2019, called “David’s Son or David’s Lord?” It is the sixth in a series called “Reading the Bible with Jesus.” The sermon is a reflection on the importance of Psalm 110:1 … Continue reading
Why do Christians look to Jesus as the centre of our faith and life? Pastor Michael explores this question in this sermon, highlighting three fundamental answers given in the New Testament: Jesus shows us who God is (Jesus is God). … Continue reading