Balmoral Bible Chapel

For Everyone

welcomefamilyWelcome to Balmoral.  Check us out!  Find out what's going on, where we are located, who we are, and how you can fit in.  There is something for everyone here!

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.
Easter 2014 - Pancake Friendship Breakfast Print E-mail

Easter breakfast

Psalms for all Seasons 2014 Print E-mail

Someone has said the only real constant in life is change. It has ebb and flow to it. Good times, bad times and in between times. How does God work during seasons of change?

There's a book in the Bible to help us with that. It's called Psalms and it contains the wise and poetic wrestlings of God's people.

Psalms reveal an authentic faith that affirms the ideals of God's way while recognizing the real tensions involved in living in a fallen world where life is hard. Their faith was no make-believe.

For instance, in the Psalms we read bout godly believers...

who mock the futility of setting oneself against God (Ps 2)

who experience conflicting emotions while living for God (Ps 3)

who desire peace during distressing times (Ps 4)

who feel disappointment with God and His ways (Ps 13)

who complain strongly when bad things happen to good people (Ps 14)

who face danger yet live to tell about God's protection (Ps 23)

These are poems/songs for real life. In this series we'll consider psalms from the first section of the Psalter (1 - 41). This series runs from March 30 to June, 2014.

On Easter Sunday, April 20th, Terry Wiebe will break from our current teaching series in the Psalms to speak from 2Corinthians 1:8-11 on "Making Death Wait".  We've all heard the sentiment that when your time comes (to die) there's no getting around it.  Or something like that.  In this week's passage, we'll see something of the apostle Paul's resistance to this idea.  He can cite personal experiences of times when death was knocking on the door of his life and Someone made it wait.  Wouldn't it be grand if such power was available to us?

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

Also, this coming Friday, April 18th, we will be meeting at 10:30am for a special Good Friday Service with hymns, scripture and communion.  Everyone is most welcome to join us as we remember the sacrifice our Lord Jesus made for us on the cross.


This Sunday

10:30 AM - Worship and Teaching Service

Sunday School
and on the last Sunday of the month
9:00 AM Breaking of Bread Service
Plus much more.  See our calendars ....

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