With the church closure still in place in our community, and most places elsewhere, we are once again taking to cyberspace to do ministry. Join us this Sunday at 10:45 am by clicking on www.1stbaptist.ca/live and let’s hear a message from God’s Word that will help us navigate through the turbulent waters of this pandemic. … [Read more…]
Below you will find both the audio and video versions of our March 22, 2020 online-only service. Brian’s message included the following verses: Micah 7:7-8 Isaiah 26:3-4 Isaiah 62:6-7 Ezek. 22:30 —- Exodus 33:11 Psalm 91:1 Mark 1:35
Due to government restrictions we are not open for public worship this Sunday but will have a live-streaming option. Just click on www.1stbaptist.ca/live at 10:45 am and join us for worship!
Sunday morning sermon, March 15, 2020, “Giving: Feed a Need, Not a Greed” Acts 4:32-37
Giving is an important and functional part of the Christian faith. It is a natural response to the grace we have received from the Lord, indicating a changed heart and a desire to help others. The New Testament church had some pretty incredible examples of “off the charts” giving. Join us this Sunday at 10:45 … [Read more…]
The early church understood the importance of prayer and made it a priority in their daily lives. Why is prayer so scant, then, in today’s church? We are so busy with so many things but we need to stay connected to the Lord. Why not plan to join us this Sunday at 10:45 am as … [Read more…]
Sunday morning sermon, Mar 1, 2020, “The Breaking of Bread: Finding our Identity at the Lord’s Table” 1 Corinthians 11:23-32
Many churches, ours included, have a celebration of the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of every month. Why do we do this and is it important to do? Join us for our service this Sunday at 10:45 am to learn more. Then, come back in the evening at 7:00 pm to hear Rev. Ingolf … [Read more…]
Sunday morning sermon, Feb 23, 2020, “Fellowship: Mine is Yours and Yours is Mine” Acts 2:44-47
When it comes to how we should view material things as Christians there is an easy answer: it’s all about the sharing. The early church understood this concept. very well. How can we learn from them in 2020? Join us at our 10:45 am service to find out more.