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For Children

Join us each Sunday at 10:30 am for infant care and Sunday School for children in Grade 5 or yonger.

 Mom's and Dad's we have a nursery for toddlers under age two.  Drop around to look at our facilities and talk to our staff.

 

 

For Youth

 Youth activities and programming are ongoing.  Please contact the Chapel Secretary for current and upcoming events.

For Adults

Men, join other men, for thoughtful teaching and prayer, as well as special conferences and events.
Women, we have weekly activities just for you, as well as periodic special events.
PSALMS FOR SUMMER 2018 Print E-mail

PSALMS FOR SUMMER - JULY 1st - AUGUST 26th

Can you imagine a Bible without the book of Psalms?  For generations, the Psalms have instructed, inspired and comforted people.  These ancient Jewish poems are so popular they've even been included in some editions of the New Testament!  The Psalms have been described as the Temple Hymn Book of King David's day.  Early Christians used the psalms in worship (Colossians 3:16).

What's in the Psalms?  The Psalms are poetic musings cast in strong emotive language.  In the Psalms, we sense the feelings and faith of the people who lived during Old Testament times. 

Book V of the Psalms (Chapters 107-150) were mainly penned by David.  "These psalms praise God's work, recount the blessings of righteous living, thank God for deliverance, and praise God for his wonderful word.  These psalms remind us that the best sacrifice we can offer to God is a faithful and obedient life".  (Life Application Study Bible)

This summer at Balmoral, we'll dip briefly into the Psalms of book V to sample what they have to say to us. 

Join us on July 1st, Canada Day, as Terry Wiebe teaches from Psalm 107 titled, "Stories of the Redeemed".  What's better than a rescue story?  Whether it's Lord of the Rings, Braveheart or the classic, Cinderella, everyone loves a story where the victim falls prey to a villain and then in the nick of time a hero (or heroine!) comes to their rescue.  This plot line is true in the lives of God's people too.  In this psalm, we're reminded of the duty the rescued have.  We hope you'll join us as we explore the duty of the redeemed. 

Please feel welcome to join us any Sunday at 10:30AM as we worship together with singing (a mix of contemporary & traditional), prayer, expository teaching from the scriptures, and communion, all followed by fellowship over “coffee & sweets”.  In addition, on the last Sunday of the month, we also meet from 9-10AM for a special service of communion, sharing and hymns.  Everyone is welcome to join us as we worship God together!

 

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