Who am I?
The Bible is clear about who we are as people. We are sinful people, but God has saved us from the effects of sin, and forgives our sins when we come to Him with repentant hearts! He changes us and makes each of us into a new person with a new heart. God calls us to show Christ’s love to each other and to the world around us.
What is my church?
The Bible defines who we are as church as well. Our purpose is to praise and worship our LORD. God’s Word is our guide to remaining faithful to the truth. Our service is to build each other up in faith and love. Our mission is to be a light to the world, and show with words and actions the unfailing love and faithfulness of our LORD Jesus Christ.
What is YOUR only comfort in life and death?
We live in a wonderful country, an affluent society, a land of plenty and of beautiful harmony. We can also see all around us sickness, poverty, corruption, and grief as well. If we look at ourselves we can see failures, weaknesses, and the presence of sin. It is not always a hopeful picture.
So, when it comes right down to it, what is your only comfort in life and death? What is it that gives you hope? What is the one thing that cannot be stripped away when all other hopes are lost?
Come worship with us our heavenly LORD who has sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to pay for our sins and give us an unfailing hope! He has paid for our sins and has given to us His perfectly obedient life, so that, although we are sinful, He has saved us out of undeserved love!
He still cares for us; that He hears our prayers and watches over us. We believe that He loves us! No matter what happens in this life, we belong to Jesus Christ in body and soul, that nothing can separate us from His love, and that one day He will gather His people to Himself. That is our comfort in life and death. Do you want to hear more? Come join us – we’d love to meet you.
Who are we?
Our name describes us. We are Canadian meaning that God has placed us in this beautiful country with the calling to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, to live as respectable citizens, and to promote the coming of His kingdom.
We are Reformed meaning that our roots go back to the great Reformation when God caused His church to return to the fundamentals (scripture alone, faith alone, grace alone) of the Christian faith.
We are a Church meaning a gathering or community of people who believe in, worship, and witness to the Triune God, namely God the Father who has created us, God the Son who has redeemed us, and God the Holy Spirit who renews us.