Worship Service 10:00 am currently ONLINE only We celebrate the Lord's Supper (Holy Communion) regularly each week during our worship service.
Lenten Triad During Advent, we remember that Jesus came into the world to bring light. On the first Sunday in Advent we light one candle on our Advent Wreath; on the second Sunday, two candles; on the third, three candles; the fourth, four candles; and on Christmas Eve the Christ candle is also lit. In Lent we are reminded that darkness remains in the world. The Lenten Triad with its black base, six purple candles and one white candle in the center are used to symbolize the darkness of the road to the cross. Lent begins with Ash Wednesday. The color black symbolizes the ashes of death and our dying to self throughout Lent. It culminates in the death of Christ on Good Friday, which also incorporates black. The colour purple is used during Lent to signify repentance. Historically, Lent was a time of preparation for those who were to be baptized at the Easter Vigil service, so purple also signifies the spiritual introspection of this time. The center candle is white, the colour of purity, and represents Christ. At the beginning of Lent, all the candles are lit. Each Sunday in Lent one purple candles is snuffed out, leaving the white Christ candle as the last one burning on Passion or Palm Sunday. On Good Friday, when we remember Christ’s death on the cross, the white candle is also extinguished, leaving darkness. At Easter Vigil or on Easter Sunday the Christ candle is lit again to symbolize Christ’s resurrection.
Sunday School is provided during Sunday Church Service
Sunday School (kindergarten to grade 6) is held every Sunday. It begins at 10 AM as part of the worship service and includes classroom time for students.