Welcome! We're so glad you're here.

We understand that there can be some questions when considering coming to a new church and we wanted to make sure those are answered for you. If you have any question that aren't answered here, please give us a call at the office (403-443-7779) or come by the Welcome Desk on Sunday. We'd love to help you and we can't wait to meet you!

When do the services start?

We have two services, one at 9:00 and the second at 10:30AM. Come and grab a seat, or come a little early and get a free coffee and meet some new people in the lobby.

How long are the services?

About 1 hour and 10 minutes. The first service will be done by 10:10 AM and the second by 11:40 AM.

What should I expect?

You can expect to be greeted at the door by our welcome team and they will be happy to let you know where to go. If you have kids that need to be checked in to our kid's program, KMC you will be directed to a computer to print name tags.

Our service consists of worship music for 25 minutes, announcements, occasional real life stories from people from our community, and a 35 minute talk from one of our pastors or a guest.  

If you would like to meet some people or get someone to pray for you, you can find that, or if you want to come, sit, watch and leave, you can do that too.

Is there anything for children?

Kid Mountain Church runs September - May each year in the 9am and the 10:30am service.  It is an opportunity for kids to enjoy and participate in church community that is aimed at their level of comprehension.  

Kids come and take part in discussions, games, singing, and watch older kids minister to them through drama relating to the Bible theme of the day.  It's all done in a way that makes sense to them, while sharing the Gospel and teaching God's truth! 

What do I wear?

Come as you are!  We work hard to be real people.  Every Sunday you will be amidst highly educated and barely educated people, wealthy people and poor people, older people and younger people and people from all sorts of backgrounds.  There is not a standard by which we measure people.  So you can come as you are.