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  • HWY 33 (RUTLAND)

    439 Hwy 33
    Kelowna, BC, V1X1Y2

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

    Service Times

    Sunday 10:30am
    Sunday 5:00pm

  • DOWNTOWN (previously SOUTH)

    1305 Gordon Dr, Kelowna, BC V1Y 3E7

    Our in-person church services happen on Sundays at 9 am and 11 am.
    ** starting June 11, 2023

    Service Times

    Sunday 9.00am & 11.00am
    Online 10:30am


    11370 Bottom Wood Lake Rd
    Lake Country, BC, V4V1V4

    Our Creekside 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
    Live every Sunday from our

    Hwy 33 & Downtown locations

    On-demand on YouTube for our

    Creekside, Hwy 33 & Downtown locations

    Live Service Time

    Sunday 10:30am

  • Pursuit

    439 Hwy 33
    Kelowna, BC, V1X1Y2

    Pursuit is our evening service that is known to be a more intimate gathering, spending prolonged times in worship and the Lord’s presence. While we see all ages calling Pursuit their home, many young  adults gather to worship together here.

    Service Times

    Sunday 5:00pm

Response to Crisis

Response to Crisis

As our community battles the challenges facing us, seek Jesus, pray without ceasing and reach out for help. Our team are here and available to support you in prayer and practically in any way we can.

First, reach out to your campus pastor through our locations page. or using the addresses below:

Hwy33: Pastor Phil Collins
Downtown: Pastor Glen Madden
Creekside: Pastor Jeremy Crowe

If you need prayer, you can submit prayer requests here, and our prayer team will be immediately notified of your request.


Can you offer a place to stay?

Please complete this form if you have room in your home to host evacuees at this time.

The Regional District of Central Okanagan’s Emergency Support Services (ESS) team relies on volunteers whose aid is invaluable in responding to the ‘people’ needs in any emergency in our community. Through planning, training, mentorship and practice, our dedicated and compassionate ESS volunteers are at the ready to be deployed to provide short-term essential needs to those residents impacted in an emergency.

Find our more here


Prayer is always central to everything we do. Below are current prayers to guide your time and to help us pray together as a community.

Pray for …

  • Our province and the wildfires all around.
  • The people that had lost their homes.
  • The people that are under evacuation order.
  • The brave firefighters, first responders, police and everyone else involved in keeping our community safe.
  • Rain that would ease the fight against the fire.
  • Supplies for those on the front lines and those evacuated.
  • No lives will be lost in the fires

Pray together …

O God, our refuge and strength,
our help in times of trouble.
Have mercy on the lands
damaged by fires.
Have mercy on the lands
where the weather has destroyed livelihoods.
Protect those who evacuate houses,
and strengthen those who rebuild hope
so that entire communities
may face the future without fear.

If you need prayer, remember that you can reach out to us and our prayer team will be immediately notified of your request.

Information from PreparedBC

Download PreparedBC’s Wildfire Preparedness Guide to help you prepare your household, protect your property and understand what to do if a wildfire is close to your community.

What To Do During an Evacuation Alert

If an Evacuation Alert is in place, be ready to leave on short notice. Take the following steps:

  • Gather your grab-and-go bags, emergency plan, copies of important documents and cherished mementos. Have them at the front door or already packed in your vehicle.
  • Ensure your vehicle has fuel. The tank should always be at least half-full.
  • Move patio furniture, cushions and door mats indoors.
  • Take down flammable curtains and window treatments.
  • Connect garden hoses and fill large containers with water, such as pools, hot tubs and garbage cans. This can assist firefighters and help slow advancing flames.
  • Ensure your house number is visible. This will help firefighters locate your home quickly. 
  • Disconnect automatic garage door openers so doors can be opened by hand if you lose power.

What To Do During an Evacuation Order

If an evacuation order is in place, you are at risk and must leave immediately. On your way out close doors and windows and turn on both interior and exterior lights so your home  is visible to firefighters in heavy smoke. Follow all directions from officials and evacuate using the route(s) they’ve identified.