A tangible display of God's renewing power

Upcoming Events

See below for various congregational notifications (funerals, service cancellations, etc.), concerts, and special events.


STUDENT DYNAMICS’ SUNDAY: we will be blessed with a special worship service in which our Student Dynamics youths will participate next week, May 31.


SOUP SUNDAY: will be held next week May 31 at the John Knox Gym after the morning service. All proceeds go towards community development in Honduras. Please contact Clara Kastelein (604-582-9249) if you can bring soup or buttered buns.



YOUNG ADULTS CAMPING is at Cultus Lake provincial campground from June 12-14. The cost is $50. Register by: email alisonmdegroot@gmail.com if you need more info. Graduating grade 12′s are invited to attend as well! http://www.nwcrc.ca/church-ministry/young-adults/


BABY BOTTLE DRIVE IS BACK! You are invited to support the work of our local Burnaby/New Westminster Crisis Pregnancy Centre by participating in the Baby Bottle Drive that will begin next Sunday May 10th! Please pick up a baby bottle and fill it with spare change and return to the church on Sunday, June 21 (Father’s Day). Pray for the work to help women and teen girls who face an unplanned pregnancy, or post-abortion grief. You can go online to see all their work at www.optionscentre.ca. Thank you!



WHO: Ladies’ Bible Study

DATES: Tuesdays, 28 April–23 June 2015

TIME: 7:30-9:00 PM

PLACE: 8373 Government Rd

NOTE: Bring $10 to purchase “The True Story of the Whole World” and bring your Bible.

CONTACT: Marnie at 604-421-7497 or megoheen@gmail.com




VBS 2015: Kids of the Kingdom are Salt and Light! VBS will run from July 6-10, at 9-11:30 AM daily. Find the registration form on our church’s website. For further information, or to offer our time or talent as a volunteer, please talk to Brittany Groen at brittany.goheen@gmail.com or 778-710-7497. Thank you! To register, please go here.
























Jesus Christ has invited us to work with Him in building His Church and extending His Kingdom in the world. He does this by sending the Holy Spirit to grow us from within, to be his disciples and to come upon us for empowerment and gifts to work with Him. The purpose of this equipping is to learn these dynamics of cooperation so we can enter the dance with Christ and the Holy Spirit through which Christ grows His Church.

Beneath the surface of churches’ programs and activities lies the fundamental question: How can leaders and churches be enabled to discern and obediently cooperate with the guidance of the Holy Spirit? Since the Kingdom of God is an active expression of the Spirit’s reign on earth, it is extended and realized as individuals and churches seek and submit to his will and purposes.

At this Growing the Church Conference we will explore practical ways for leaders in the Christian Reformed and Presbyterian churches to be nurtured and sustained in the process of cooperating with the Holy Spirit.

More details and to register, please go here.