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  • HWY 33 (RUTLAND)
    Address

    439 Hwy 33
    Kelowna, BC, V1X1Y2

    Our in-person church services happen on Sundays at 10:30 am and 5:30 pm (Pursuit). We also meet at Church Online on Sundays at 10:30 am.

    Service Times

    Sunday 10:30am
    Sunday 5:30pm

  • SOUTH (MISSION)
    Address

    4574 Raymer Rd.
    Kelowna, BC

    Our in-person church service happens on Sundays at 10:30 am and we are currently meeting at our Hwy 33 location – 439 Hwy 33. (The South building is closed for the spring/summer 2022 for renovations). We also meet at Church Online on Sundays at 10:30 am.

    Service Time

    Sunday 10:30am

  • CREEKSIDE (LAKE COUNTRY)
    Address

    11370 Bottom Wood Lake Rd
    Lake Country, BC, V4V1V4
    (Winfield SDA building)

    Our Lake Country community meets on Sundays at 10 am. We share space with the Winfield SDA Church in Lake Country.

    Service Time

    Sunday 10:00am

  • Online Church
    CHURCH ONLINE
    Live every Sunday from

    439 Hwy 33
    Kelowna, BC, V1X1Y2

    Our online church services happen on Sundays at 10:30 am (PST)

    Service Times

    Sunday 10:30am

Posts by admin

  1. The Omnipotence of God

    This week I was reminded of the words of Blaise Pascal, “the greatest single distinguishing feature of the omnipotence of God is that our imagination gets lost thinking about it.”  My inbox is rapidly filling with emails, people finding it progressively more challenging to survive the anxieties that the pandemic is generating. As a Pastor,…

  2. Humankind’s first culture is horticulture

    With this new life online, I am doing my fair share of shepherding Zoom gatherings. I always enjoy hearing how people are feeling. These times are often surprisingly emotional, following connection after weeks of separation. They tell stores of juggling life in the pandemic. What I have observed in my onscreen meetings is that there…

  3. The Power of Grief

    In church ministry, I am acquainted with the power of grief. Not only do I spend my time with those who experience deep loss. I have been metaphorically ambushed by the strong emotions of grief and left struggling to stand up again. Whether a loss of a mother or a grandfather, we all know that…

  4. It is solved by walking

    Something beautiful is happening all around us, in the middle of the discomfort of the pandemic. People are walking. We are smiling and nodding at each other from a distance as city pathways fill with new pilgrims. My children are taking the initiative to embark on walks. In the past, wild horses could not get…

  5. Forgiveness Brings Healing

    It was a massive surprise for my wife and me when the sonographer turned the TV screen and announced, you are having twins. It was like winning the lottery, well, kind of. My twins are now amazing young women with their careers. I collect stories about twins. This story comes from before the Great War,…

  6. ‘Sir, may I help you.?’

    The time had come, the moment to renew my cell phone contract, and I was ready to negotiate. I was prepared to speak to my cell phone provider and be confrontational in my approach without being obnoxious. It was twelve years ago, and I was living in England. A man with a soft singing Irish accent answered. ‘Sir, may…

  7. School’s Out!

    School’s out and while we celebrate our students achievements, I believe that every parent requires an award for their home-schooling activities – juggling zooms, google forms, holding their students world together, while managing work, and feeding their tribe. I give every parent and carer a standing ovation. Summer is here, and it is a time…

  8. Salt can make a difference

    We are witnessing a change in Western Society; racial discrimination is being challenged. What is the role of the faith community? Have we lost our voice? Eighteen months ago, I stood on a perfectly groomed lawn, with strategically placed Palm Trees swaying in the breeze. The bright flower beds were wonderfully manicured, and the legendary…

  9. ‘Rain, rain, go away, come again another day.’

    Yes, I know we are all feeling it, ‘rain, rain, go away, come again another day.’ Words of the 17th-century children’s poem, which was first noted in English literature in1687. The poem dispatched the rain to Spain back then; such was European politics, send the bad weather to the Spaniards, ‘rain, rain, go to Spain:…