Welcome to Online Church! We're glad you're here!
Join with us as we sing the following songs. (Click to view videos in full screen)
The Alberta government has relaxed a few of the limits on gatherings, particularly outdoor gatherings.
However, the limits on worship services continue for now.
We will continue to work from home, and will continue to have church services online only until the end of January.
Church is not stopping though!!
We encourage you to be involved in a small group. Small groups can meet online using Zoom or other platforms,
or can meet in the church sanctuary or fellowship hall. Several small groups are meeting in the church building during the week. If your group would like to meet in the building,
or if you are not involved in a small group and would like to be, please contact the church office.
We are checking phone messages at least once a day and will get back to you.
The Fellowship Bible Study (Sylvia's group) is meeting again on Thursday mornings at 10 am.
Membership: Pastor Darren is planning on hosting a membership class in late Feb. (No date set yet.) It will be done online through Zoom. If you are interested in finding out more about church membership, contact Pastor Darren.
If you would like to give to VAC online, we can receive Interac e-transfers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Answers to the security question can be sent to Byron James (Treasurer) or to the church office.
AMBROSE DAY OF PRAYER
MOMENT IN MISSIONS
Every day, more than 600 people are diagnosed with leprosy in some of the world's poorest communities.
Untreated, leprosy can cause disabilities, disfigurement, blindness, and rejection from family and community. Without cure and care, people live in poverty and destitution on the margins of society.
UPDATE: In 2021, people living with leprosy and its' consequences are even more vulnerable because of COVID-19. The corona virus restrictions continue to impact those in care for leprosy and those with leprosy-related disabilities. People with compromised health, and those living in crowded situations are most vulnerable to contracting COVID-19 and are most affected by restrictions.
For more information: https://effecthope.org/
MESSAGE - PASTOR DARREN DRIEDGER
Thank you for joining us online today! Have a great week!