Sunday Services

We have resumed our live worship experiences each Sunday at 11:00 AM. We are doing our very best to make our in-person worship gatherings as safe as possible for everyone who attends. In order to attend our in-person worship services you must register for free tickets for the service you wish to attend using the buttons below:

Not quite ready to come back? We will continue to live stream the service online every Sunday at 11:00 AM.

As we all learn to live the 'new normal’, many things will be somewhat different as we adapt. To help everyone

understand how things will go, here are answers to some questions you may have:

  • What time is the worship Service?

    11 AM in the Sanctuary for the Main Service.

    9:30 AM in the Multipurpose Room for the German Service.

    Please arrive ahead of time (20 minutes). When you are in the building we ask that you find a seat and remain there until dismissed at the end of the service

  • Do we need to Register?

    Yes. Due to limits to how many people can safely be in our worship spaces, we will need everyone attending to pre-register. Please register to attend prior to the weekend by using the form on this page. Because of our capacity restrictions at this time, we are asking that you register you or family for only 1 service. If you attend the German service you can not attend the main service at 11am.

  • Will there be Children’s Programming?

    Yes, there will be great children's programming for children ages 2 – 10 (those born in the years 2010 – 2018) during the Sermon Time of the 11 AM service. Please select a children's ticket for each child when registering.

  • Will there be regular Sunday school at 9:30 AM?

    No. In an effort to minimize the total time indoor in our building, we will not be running any of our usual Sunday School Programming at 9:30 AM. Additionally, our coffee services will not be offered and The Library and Mailboxes will not be available for the time being.

  • Should we wear a mask?

    Since we will be singing and we will have a lot of people together in an indoor venue, we encourage as many people as possible attending to wear masks. (Manitoba provincial public health officials are strongly encouraging masks for extended indoor gatherings). We have some disposable masks available if you forget to bring one.

  • Can I come if I’m sick?

    If you are not feeling well, if you have a fever or if you’re coughing and sneezing, please stay home.  While we do want you here to worship with us, we need to be considerate of all others in attendance and ask that you do not attend until you feel better and your symptoms have passed. And remember, you can always watch the service online, at home, while you’re recovering.