Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church’s Annual General Meeting will be held after the worship service on Sunday, February 23rd.  Please read the attached documents related to the proposed new “Constitution and Bylaws for Congregations”, and give them your careful consideration before attending the meeting.  It would be appreciated if you could bring your own print copies to the AGM.
These documents were also emailed to church members with email addresses and hard copies were put into the mail slots of the members who do not have an email address.

Faith Constitution and Bylaws 2020 (for approval)

Model Comparison Draft 6

Constitution Cover Letter Jan 2020


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Church Altar

Listen to Pastor Martin’s sermon – June 2018

Past Sermons


We are a Christian congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC).

Although we are small, we have reserved a place for you, your friends and family.

We worship on Sundays at 10:00AM.

Children are welcome to worship with us and participate in service together.

Join us for coffee and refreshments after worship.

We invite you to pray, sing, learn and worship God with us!
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Feb
24
Mon
2:00 pm Lectionary (Bible) study
Lectionary (Bible) study
Feb 24 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Focus text for Monday, February 24, 2020: Matthew 4:1-11 in preparation for the First Sunday in Lent (Year A), March 1, 2020. A lectionary-based study of the bible focuses on one of the prescribed scriptures for the following Sunday, according to
Feb
26
Wed
5:00 pm Christian Meditation
Christian Meditation
Feb 26 @ 5:00 pm – 5:45 pm
Following the Christian Meditation tradition of contemplative prayer, we gather to sit in silence and stillness for twenty minutes, focusing on a prayer word and repeating it interiorly and faithfully, as we enter the prayer of Jesus Christ. We also
7:00 pm Ash Wednesday worship
Ash Wednesday worship
Feb 26 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
With Imposition of Ashes — a ritual to ground us in our humanity — and Holy Communion to remind us that God in Christ Jesus walks with us on our earthly and sometimes painful journey through life and death.  
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