Celebration of the Lord's Supper in our 2 pm Service
Jun
23
2:00 PM14:00

Celebration of the Lord's Supper in our 2 pm Service

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What's a pilgrim to do when faced with all of the problems that flood our television screens and Twitter feeds? What we have always done: Bear patient and prophetic witness of the rightful King who is coming to rescue and renew the world. We can walk in the faithful footsteps of those who have gone before us, knowing that God will sustain us – like them – all the way home.

We will celebrate the Lord’s Supper on Sunday during our 2pm worship service.

While united in our celebration of this gracious gift of God to us, we will join together to pray:

“Almighty God, you are the creator and Lord of all things. You are the Sovereign Majesty whom we have offended. You are our most loving and merciful Father, who has given us your son to reconcile us to Yourself: who has ratified the New Covenant with his most precious blood; and has instituted this holy sacrament to be celebrated in remembrance of him till His coming.

We do not presume to come to this your table, merciful Lord, trusting in our own righteousness, but in your abundant and great mercy. Grant us, therefore, gracious Lord, so to eat the flesh of your dear Son Jesus Christ and to drink His blood, that our sinful bodies may be made clean by his body, and our souls washed through his most precious blood, so that we may forever dwell in him, and he in us. Sanctify these your creatures of bread and wine, which, according to your institution and command, we set apart for this holy use, that they may be sacramentally the body and blood of the Son Jesus Christ. In whose name we pray, Amen.”

Come, for the table of the Lord has been laid out for you!

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Unnecessary Mountain Hike
Jun
22
9:00 AM09:00

Unnecessary Mountain Hike

We’re going on a hike!

A good number of folks from the congregation along with a host of other guests will be meeting at the base of Cypress Mountain Ski Lodge and hiking up St Marks Summit and then continuing on to Unnecessary Mountain.

If this sounds appealing to you, please get in touch with us! We’d love to have a great crew making the ascent up St. Marks and on to Unnecessary Mountain.

Plus, isn’t it wonderful to be able to say that you did a (completely) unnecessary hike? We have been so greatly blessed by the Lord that in our leisure time we can scale mountains out of choice and not obligation.

Let all creation praise the Lord!

Must:

Bring a good amount of water

Wear solid hiking boots or shoes – there will be snowy and muddy parts

Sunscreen and bug spray


From ALL TRAILS description of the Hike:

Stage 1

To begin the hike, go to the Cypress Mountain parking lot (exit #8 off Hwy 1). Park at the farthest parking lot closest to the ski lodge. There is a BC Parks map at the trailhead and you there are plenty of sign posts marking ‘Howe Sound Crest Trail’ to get you started. The beginning stretch of the trail is well marked and maintained and should be easy to stay on track. The trek up to St. Mark’s Summit has recently undergone some major maintenance and is well-marked, wide, and easy traveling, aside from the steady gain in elevation. The hike to St. Mark’s Summit is about 5.5 km. Once at the summit, you will need to take a quick detour off the HSCT to the trails on your left to enjoy the view of Howe Sound.

-- 5.5 km one way (11 return)

Stage 2

After leaving St. Mark’s Summit and heading back onto the HSCT, you continue north with Mt. Unnecessary South and North peaks standing between you and the Lions. If you’ve ever wondered how Mt. Unnecessary received its name, you’ll now find out. The trail is not as well developed from here on, but there are still lots of trail markers. There is a steep climb up to Mt. Unnecessary Ridge. Provided you don’t scramble up the west Lion, this is actually the highest elevation for your trip at 1,542 m. Mt. Unnecessary offers spectacular scenery in all directions (Howe Sound to the west, North Vancouver to the East, and the Lions due north).

-- 16km one way (32 return) – approx 8 hours

Cypress Bowl to Unnecessary Mt day hike.

We traveled along this well marked trail and enjoyed meeting some great people along the trial. The trail is a series of ups and downs so you don't get prolonged downhill stress on your knees. Fantastic viewpoints along the way so bring your camera id it's sunny. This is a great day hike for the beginner and advance hiker. Since it is a turn around hike you can abandon the hike anytime you like and follow the trail back.  St Marks Peak is a good goal for the novice hiker and then you can try Unnecessary Mt if you are feeling fresh when you get to St Marks.

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Men's Breakfast
Apr
13
8:00 AM08:00

Men's Breakfast

Breakfast at Pastor Norm’s house!

You’re invited to attend our men’s breakfast at Pastor Norm’s house in Richmond. Please remember to bring the food items that you volunteered to bring (especially if you promised to bring bacon).


We will take time for prayer, fellowship and food and Rev. MacInnes will be joining us and leading us in a time of reflection.

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Church Work Day
Apr
6
9:30 AM09:30

Church Work Day

We are planning a work day for our church to refurbish the parking lot of the Cityview Church. We’ll have gravel delivered and need shovellers and rakers to spread gravel.

If you can help out or want to bring cookies & moral support for those who are working up a sweat, please join us on April 6th. Many hands make light work … and moral support makes the blisters hurt less :)

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Mar
27
7:00 PM19:00

Exodus Bible Study - Lesson 12

In our Bible Study this week we are looking at Exodus 6:10-7:7. All are welcome!

UNFOLD THE STORY OF REDEMPTION: GOD’S PREVIEW OF COMING ATTRACTIONS

• What is the irony of the verbs ‘harden’ and ‘multiply’ being in the same sentence in vs 3?

• When would this end, according to Isaiah 19?

• What does Moses learn about God in this sequence of conversation?

• What was the intended lesson of the signs and wonders which God performed in Egypt?

TAKE THIS WITH YOU

• In what respect are you like the Israelites according to Hebrews 11:13? What impact does this have on you?

• How can we remain faithful to the Lord’s commands for us to carry out?

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Exodus Bible Study - Lesson 11
Mar
20
7:00 PM19:00

Exodus Bible Study - Lesson 11

In our Exodus Bible Study, we will be looking at Exodus 5:22-6:12

Among the questions we’ll think about are the following:

REHEARSE WHAT WE KNOW

• What was Pharaoh’s fundamental miscalculation about the God of the Hebrews?

• How had Moses and Aaron and the people been worn down and what was the consequence of this?

• What is the big picture that Isaiah 51:12-13 rehearses for us?

• What lesson can we draw from the events described in Exodus 17:4, 1 Samuel 30:6, 1 Kings 9:4,10, and Jeremiah 20:7?

TAKE THIS WITH YOU

• How does this description of divine power and the LORD’s covenant with the Israelites in Egypt serve as a reminder to you about the nature of the Christian life?

• How does knowing this about God’s works of deliverance make you more confident as a believer?

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Congregational Lunch and Annual Meeting
Mar
16
11:30 AM11:30

Congregational Lunch and Annual Meeting

Sandwiches and Spreadsheets…

We’re having our annual congregational meeting on March 16th and to spice it up we’re adding lunch for everyone! While the financial review is important for the continued well-being of our congregation, the great thing is we’ll have time for fellowship together around a meal.

Food will be provided - please join us!

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Mar
13
7:00 PM19:00

Exodus Bible Study - Lesson 10

In Exodus 5:22-6:12, the Lord gives Moses three great assurances to prepare the way for the Israelites to come up out of Egypt. We would love to have you join us for our study!

CLARIFY THE PIECES

1. List the characters introduced in the narrative. What is their significance and role?

2. Think about what the Pharaoh would have thought about the God of the Hebrews. What would his impression be? What would his calculations be when facing this new voice?

3. What threat did Moses and Aaron face in coming into Pharaoh’s presence?

4. What is the implied threat to Moses and Aaron if they shrink back from doing their duty?

5. How does Pharaoh directly contradict and refuse God’s command?

6. What impact does this have on the people? What is their response?

UNFOLD THE STORY OF REDEMPTION: PHARAOH DENIES FREEDOM, HELP, AND REST TO THE ISRAELITES

• What was the deeper significance of the request to go out and worship the LORD?

• How does God give His people freedom?

• How does He provide help to them?

• How does He give them rest?

• How does the rejection of Moses serve to foreshadow what the Israelites’ response to him would in the coming 40 years? How does it foreshadow the later rejection of the Messiah by the children of Abraham?

TAKE THIS WITH YOU

• How does this description of seeming failure and increased hardship for the Israelites in Egypt serve as a reminder to you about the nature of the Christian life?

• How does knowing this about God’s works of deliverance make you more confident as a believer?

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Mar
6
9:30 AM09:30

Exodus Bible Study - Lesson 8 & 9

Our attention turns to a challenging and troubling portion of the story of the Exodus in Exodus 4:18-31.

As Hywel Jones explains,

“If he was going to lead the people out of Egypt, he himself had to keep the covenant which God made with the forefathers”

“Deeply ingrained now in Moses’ heart is the truth that it is the wrath of God (not of Pharaoh) from which man needs protection, and that God has Himself supplied sufficient protective covering in His covenant of grace and its ordinances. It is this truth which is seen in its perfection on Passover night and in connection with the blood of the lamb.” (Hywel Jones, 124)

CLARIFY THE PIECES

1. What is the significance of each ‘go’ in the opening vs 18-20?

2. What is repeated in vs 21-23 and what is newly revealed?

3. Why would the LORD call Israel His firstborn?

4. Why does the LORD come to put Moses to death?

5. Are there reasons for the LORD’s anger to be especially hot over the matter of circumcision?

6. How does the text answer our questions? What details remain outstanding?

7. In the midst of a terrifying moment of extreme danger, what is necessary?

8. What is the significance of Moses’ new title given to him by Zipporah?

UNFOLD THE STORY OF REDEMPTION: THE PREVIEW OF THE PASSOVER

• Why is Moses’ neglect of the sacrament of circumcision so alarming? How does it foreshadow further neglect in coming generations?

• What is the power of the blood which was spilled with the flint knife of Zipporah in the emergency circumcision? What does Hebrews 9:22 help us understand this more?

• What did the Israelites need to make it through the night of the Passover? What impact has the sacrifice of Jesus Christ had for us?

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Feb
27
7:00 PM19:00

Exodus Bible Study - Lesson 6 & 7

This week we will be looking at Exodus 3:12-4:17 as we continue to explore the story of the Exodus.

UNFOLD THE STORY OF REDEMPTION: GOD PROVIDES FOR HIS SERVANT AT SINAI

• How does the apparent strike of the Serpent against Jesus at Golgotha (‘place of the skull’) end up being clearly a very different type of blow against Satan?

• Why does the LORD layer so many previews in these moments?

• What is the significance of the LORD’s anger being addressed by the sending of a priest? (4:14)

As Pete Enns puts it in his excellent commentary on Exodus,

“This episode, then, presages the upheaval of the natural phenomena in the plagues and the crossing of the Red Sea. Bushes do not remain unscorched when on fire, but neither do rivers turn to blood. Frogs, flies, and locusts do not normally invade a nation. Gnats are not formed from dust. Hail and darkness do not fall on command. The firstborn of a nation do not die all in one night. Seas do not form walls of water. Moses would have been wise to learn a lesson from this burning bush. The God who is calling him is the God over creation. The natural phenomena do his bidding; all are under his control. In light of this fact, made clear in the burning bush, Moses' excuses in [chapter 4] to be exonerated from his responsibility are almost comical.” (Enns, 97)

All are welcome to join us!

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Exodus Bible Study - Lesson 5
Feb
13
7:00 PM19:00

Exodus Bible Study - Lesson 5

We are continuing our ongoing Bible study in the book of Exodus on Wednesday night at the Frasers’ home. Please join us for this time of prayer, song, and the study of scripture.

In preparation for Lesson 5, please read Exodus 3:1-4:17 as we will explore the Lord’s summons for Moses to confront Pharaoh. The Gospel takes on a new dynamic in the events of the Exodus of God’s people from their place of bondage and grief.

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The Message of the Exodus Event

“The exodus motif is the Bible’s grand narrative, and it is one of the best stories because it encompasses all the major aspects of God’s work of salvation through Christ: redemption from sin, suffering, and the tyranny of the devil (the exodus from Egypt and Pharaoh); bringing us into the very presence of God (represented at Sinai); wilderness wanderings (pilgrimage toward a special place); and possession of the land of Canaan (ultimately symbolizing entitlement to the world-to-come; cf. Heb 4) in order to be a unified, holy people in a place where they might worship God perpetually.”

Bryan Estelle, Echoes of Exodus, pg 5

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Feb
6
7:00 PM19:00

Exodus Bible Study - Lesson 4

We are continuing our new study of the book of Exodus on Wednesday night at the Frasers’ home. Please join us for this time of prayer, song, and the study of scripture.

In preparation for Lesson 4, please read Exodus 2:23-25 and review Psalm 105 as we will explore the overarching story that takes on a new dynamic in the events of the Exodus of God’s people from their place of bondage and grief.

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The Message of the Exodus Event

“The exodus motif is the Bible’s grand narrative, and it is one of the best stories because it encompasses all the major aspects of God’s work of salvation through Christ: redemption from sin, suffering, and the tyranny of the devil (the exodus from Egypt and Pharaoh); bringing us into the very presence of God (represented at Sinai); wilderness wanderings (pilgrimage toward a special place); and possession of the land of Canaan (ultimately symbolizing entitlement to the world-to-come; cf. Heb 4) in order to be a unified, holy people in a place where they might worship God perpetually.”

Bryan Estelle, Echoes of Exodus, pg 5

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Jan
30
7:00 PM19:00

Exodus Bible Study - Lesson 3

We are continuing our new study of the book of Exodus on Wednesday night at the Frasers’ home. Please join us for this time of prayer, song, and the study of scripture.

In preparation for Lesson 3, please read Exodus 2:11-25 and review Acts 6:8-7:60 as we will explore the overarching story that takes on a new dynamic in the events of the Exodus of God’s people from their place of bondage and grief.

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The Message of the Exodus Event

“The exodus motif is the Bible’s grand narrative, and it is one of the best stories because it encompasses all the major aspects of God’s work of salvation through Christ: redemption from sin, suffering, and the tyranny of the devil (the exodus from Egypt and Pharaoh); bringing us into the very presence of God (represented at Sinai); wilderness wanderings (pilgrimage toward a special place); and possession of the land of Canaan (ultimately symbolizing entitlement to the world-to-come; cf. Heb 4) in order to be a unified, holy people in a place where they might worship God perpetually.”

Bryan Estelle, Echoes of Exodus, pg 5

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Jan
27
2:00 PM14:00

Psalm 22 and Our Righteousness in Christ

The glory of the gospel we proclaim is central here: The LORD shows mercy to the undeserving who believe in Him – in fact, He has long ago promised and sworn an oath and covenant to redeem a precious multitude of weak, weary, distressed, and despairing sinners!

This was demonstrated in David’s own life – when the Lord did, in the words of Psalm 22 vs 20, deliver David’s soul from the sword, and redeem his precious life from the power of the dog – saved him from the mouth of the lion – and rescued him from the horns of the wild oxen

But you and I know there is so much more to this story than the opening scenes in David’s life.

For however much we might join with men in evaluating other people’s fortunes and concluding that they were nothing much, the LORD retunes our minds and captures our believing hearts by describing His holiness, justice and righteous love for His people through the actions of One MAN.

For just as much as we confront the sting of sin and death in our assessment of our own actions – we rejoice that God judged ANOTHER MAN in our place!

This was no case of mistaken identity – this was a work of the Son to deliberately substitute HIMSELF FOR US – and undergo the judgment of God against us IN OUR PLACE!

Ordinarily, sinners meet God’s righteous judgment with one clear statement: guilty and deserving of everlasting punishment in hell, where the worm does not die and the fire of God’s wrath is never quenched.

Yet this is the truth: God has judged ONE MAN’s action in a way that runs so counter to the estimation and ideas of fallen mankind.

Our Heavenly Father, loving all who believe in the Son so much that He would not condemn them, has instead given His Son so that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life.

How can we not perish?

When we are declared forgive and fully obedient.

How can this happen when we are afflicted, weak, despised by the world and sinners ourselves?

What must happen?

We must be justified – and so we are through the ministry of life of Jesus Christ, the Son of God and Son of Man

How are we justified?

When we believe in Jesus Christ as our Saviour!

That’s it!

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Jan
20
2:00 PM14:00

Lord's Day Services and a Guest Preacher: Rev Tom Aicken

In Isaiah’s vision, he describes how one seraphim (angelic messenger and guardian of the holy sanctuary) called to another and said: "Holy, holy, holy is the LORD of hosts; the whole earth is full of his glory!" And the foundations of the thresholds shook at the voice of him who called, and the house was filled with smoke. And I said: "Woe is me! For I am lost; for I am a man of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lips; for my eyes have seen the King, the LORD of hosts!" Then one of the seraphim flew to me, having in his hand a burning coal that he had taken with tongs from the altar. And he touched my mouth and said: "Behold, this has touched your lips; your guilt is taken away, and your sin atoned for." (Isaiah 6:3-7 ESV)

With this wondrous vision of the LORD’s majesty before us, we are invited to worship Him in Spirit and in truth on this coming Lord’s Day!

Pastor Norm will be attending a conference and taking a course at Westminster Seminary in Escondido, CA from Jan 18-25. Rev. Tom Aicken will lead our 2pm worship service on Sunday.

Come and Worship!

About Our Guest Preacher (from KARI 550, a local Christian radio station)

Rev. Tom Aicken, grew up in Maple Ridge and graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Arts in 1969. Later that year he married his wife, Marion. He completed a Master of Divinity in 1973 at Knox College (affiliated with the University of Toronto) and that same year was licensed to preach and ordained to the pastoral ministry.

Mr. Aicken served four churches before coming to the Langley Free Reformed Church in July 2008: St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church (Presbyterian Church in Canada) in Bathurst, NB, 1973-1976; Grace Presbyterian Church (Reformed Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Synod) in Halifax, NS, 1976-1983; Covenant Presbyterian Church (Presbyterian Church in America) in Langley, BC, 1983-1990; and the Orthodox Reformed Church of New Westminster (Orthodox Christian Reformed Churches) in New Westminster, BC, 1990-2008.

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Jan
16
7:00 PM19:00

Exodus Bible Study - Lesson 2

We are continuing our new study of the book of Exodus on Wednesday night at the Frasers’ home. Please join us for this time of prayer, song, and the study of scripture.

In preparation for Lesson 2, please read Exodus 1:15-2:10 & Psalm 3.

List the key characters and paraphrase the Exodus passage in your own words.

And then, as a way to remember how incredible this story is, I want you to think about how you would respond if your sister was Moses’ mother and she said that her plan to deliver her son was to bring him to the place where the Hebrew boys were being drowned and she would place him in an ‘ark-basket’ as a way to save his life. What follow up questions would you naturally want to ask her?

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The Backdrop to the Exodus Event

In Genesis 15:12-21, “God promised Abraham an offspring and a land, and he fulfilled these promises in two stages. The first stage of fulfillment is in the old covenant, with the nation Israel and the land of Canaan. Israel was the promised offspring, and Canaan was the Promised Land. These promises, however, were not an end in themselves, for God also promised Abraham that through him he would bless the nations. The second, and greater, stage of fulfillment is in the new covenant. God’s promise of an offspring is fulfilled in believers and their children, and his promise of a land looks forward to the greater fulfillment of the new heavens and new earth. The nation of Israel and the land of Canaan were only temporary, first-level fulfillments of God’s promise to Abraham. With the coming of Christ, a greater fulfillment has occurred.”

Zach Keele & Michael Brown, Sacred Bond: Covenant Theology Explored, pg 86

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Jan
13
2:00 PM14:00

Lord's Day Worship Services - 2pm and 4pm

“Oh give thanks to the LORD; call upon his name; make known his deeds among the peoples! Sing to him, sing praises to him; tell of all his wondrous works! Glory in his holy name; let the hearts of those who seek the LORD rejoice!” (Psalm 105)

If you’re visiting with us for the first time, we’re especially glad that you’ve come! Our prayer is that you would be blessed in our service of worship together. Our desire is that you would grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ!

If you or someone you know has questions about the worship service or needs pastoral counsel, please reach out to Pastor Norm or Hugh Fraser for help.

God Addresses Us in the Preaching of His Word

The sermon addresses us in such a manner as to bring us under conviction of our sin; and it deals with us in such a way that we feel our whole life is involved, and we go out saying, “I can never go back and live just as I did before. This has done something to me, it has made a difference to me. I am a different person as the result of listening to this.” (Martyn Lloyd-Jones)

Sermon Text: Matthew 9:35-38

“Jesus’ Compassionate Commission of More Labourers for His Harvest”

  1. Our Saviour Sees a Great Need

  2. Our Savior Shows Great Compassion

  3. Our Saviour Commissions His Disciples for a Great Harvest


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Jan
9
7:00 PM19:00

Exodus Bible Study - Lesson 1

We are beginning our new study of the book of Exodus on Wednesday night at the Frasers’ home. Please join us for this time of prayer, song, and the study of scripture.

In preparation for Lesson 1, please read Exodus 1:1-14 and Revelation 12 as we will explore the overarching story that takes on a new dynamic in the events of the Exodus of God’s people from their place of bondage and grief.

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The Backdrop to the Exodus Event

In Genesis 15:12-21, “God promised Abraham an offspring and a land, and he fulfilled these promises in two stages. The first stage of fulfillment is in the old covenant, with the nation Israel and the land of Canaan. Israel was the promised offspring, and Canaan was the Promised Land. These promises, however, were not an end in themselves, for God also promised Abraham that through him he would bless the nations. The second, and greater, stage of fulfillment is in the new covenant. God’s promise of an offspring is fulfilled in believers and their children, and his promise of a land looks forward to the greater fulfillment of the new heavens and new earth. The nation of Israel and the land of Canaan were only temporary, first-level fulfillments of God’s promise to Abraham. With the coming of Christ, a greater fulfillment has occurred.”

Zach Keele & Michael Brown, Sacred Bond: Covenant Theology Explored, pg 86

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Jan
6
2:00 PM14:00

Lord's Day Worship Services - January 6

We come, in humble faith, to worship the Lord our God each week for a time of renewal and blessing from our God.

We invite you to join us at 2pm and 4pm for our worship services. We will be reading from a host of passages in the Scriptures and particularly focusing on Jesus’ exhortations for us not to worry in Matthew 6.

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Jan
1
10:30 AM10:30

New Years Day Service

New Years Day Service (Jan 1, 10:30am)

We will hold a special service of worship on January 1st as we begin another year together in a time of prayer, praise, and reflection upon God’s Holy Word. All are invited to attend!

Our readings in the Scriptures will focus on the Lord’s exhortations to us as children of the Living God in the opening chapters of 1st John and then we will be addressed in the preaching of Hebrews 13 with a look at the glorious benediction which belongs to all who belong to the Great Shepherd of the Sheep!

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Dec
30
2:00 PM14:00

Communion Service

We will celebrate the Lord’s Supper on Sunday during our 2pm worship service.

While united in our celebration of this gracious gift of God to us, we will join together to pray:

“Almighty God, you are the creator and Lord of all things. You are the Sovereign Majesty whom we have offended. You are our most loving and merciful Father, who has given us your son to reconcile us to Yourself: who has ratified the New Covenant with his most precious blood; and has instituted this holy sacrament to be celebrated in remembrance of him till His coming.

We do not presume to come to this your table, merciful Lord, trusting in our own righteousness, but in your abundant and great mercy. Grant us, therefore, gracious Lord, so to eat the flesh of your dear Son Jesus Christ and to drink His blood, that our sinful bodies may be made clean by his body, and our souls washed through his most precious blood, so that we may forever dwell in him, and he in us. Sanctify these your creatures of bread and wine, which, according to your institution and command, we set apart for this holy use, that they may be sacramentally the body and blood of the Son Jesus Christ. In whose name we pray, Amen.”

Come, for the table of the Lord has been laid out for you!

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Oct
8
10:30 AM10:30

Thanksgiving Day Service

We will be holding a special Thanksgiving Service on Monday, October 8th so that we might gather as a congregation for prayer and praise of the Lord our Holy God.

He has given us so much to be thankful for! Salvation in Christ, fellowship together in the Holy Spirit, and everlasting security in the arms of our Holy Father!

We also praise Him for the various temporal blessings that we enjoy from our Heavenly Father. We give thanks for food and shelter, for employment and energy to carry out our various callings, for financial resources and assistance, and for a fine country blessed by many strong institutions to call home!

As we remember our blessings, we give thanks to God!

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Fundraising Bike Ride for Journey Home
Sep
29
8:00 AM08:00

Fundraising Bike Ride for Journey Home

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Team Vancouver APC invites you to join us at the Ride for Refuge in Richmond!

We’re teaming up to provide support to Journey Home Community. This organization exists to serve newly arriving refugee claimant families in the Metro Vancouver area. Money raised from our fundraising bike ride will be allocated to providing housing, resettlement assistance, and relational support for refugee families seeking asylum in our city.

Speak with Gerald or Amanda about sponsorships or participation!

The LATEST:

Goal: $1,000
Raised: $895
Donors: 10

90% of goal achieved

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Sep
5
7:00 PM19:00

Study of Church History: Join us for Part 6 (AD 1900-2000)

All are welcome to join us on Wednesday night as we continue our study of church history! 

We are launching into the 6th and final part of Dr. W. Robert Godfrey's fantastic video series put out by Ligonier. 

If you'd like to watch the first lesson in Part 6, check it out here

It's called "A Remarkable Century" and we're excited to have visitors join us in learning about the changes that have occurred in the Lord's church through the centuries!

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