Lead, Comfort, Restore.
Lead, Comfort, Restore.
With Special guest Pastor Mark Rekken of Prince of Peace Calgary
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We are a group of Christians, committed to the Lutheran tradition, who rejoice in the freedom, love, and grace we have in Jesus. And out of that freedom, we find ways to bring help, healing, and hope to the community around us. We are people who live in and around Airdrie, and we seek to make a difference for Airdrie and the people who live here.
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We know that you have gifts that can be a wonderful blessing to others, and we will do our best to help you find a way to use those gifts in service of others.
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't do what we do without you.
Our services are held at Cornerstone Church 2903 Kingsview Blvd SE Unit #209 Airdrie, AB
Our services start around 1:30 Pm and are 1-1.5 hours long.
Our services are rich with music, Scripture, and prayer. There will usually be a message for both children and adults. And we usually receive the Lord's Supper on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of the month - but sometimes special services or schedules change that a bit.
Some people come to our services dressed formally out of reverence for what happens. Others come dressed casually because they know they can come as they are. Whether you're dressed formally or casually - you're welcome to join us.
Our congregation tends to reflect Airdrie's young community. But we have older adults, too. And we're fortunate to be able to welcome residents from Bethany to our services. Not only do we get to help them participate in regular Church activities, but we also get to grow in encountering people who have special care needs. Our hope is that our children will grow up being familiar with care facilities and the people who live there.
If you only go to Church occasionally, please consider joining us the next time.
You likely have a lot going on in your life, and there are lots of businesses and groups and Churches wanting your attention.
We get it. We live in that world, too. So if you happen to join us, we want you to know that you have some freedoms when you’re with us:
1. You have the freedom to believe what you want.
2. You have the freedom to observe spiritual practices that are different than ours.
3. You have the freedom to ask questions about what we believe and practice.
4. You have the freedom to disagree with us, with our pastor, and with our tradition.
5. You have the freedom to dress the way you want to dress, talk the way you want to talk, and act the way you want to act.
6. You have the freedom to identify yourself in any way you like.
7. You have the freedom to laugh or cry, to be frustrated or angry, to be fearful or worried, and to experience any other emotion that might come up.
8. You have the freedom to seek out Jesus and continue your own spiritual journey.
9. You have the freedom to love and be loved.
10. You have the freedom to be you.
Maybe as no real surprise, we have been requested by Bethany Airdrie to discontinue holding our weekly worship service at their site, until further notice.
This is in response to the recently confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Alberta.
We are in full agreement that Bethany’s priority is the health and safety of the residents and staff.
Managing visitors to the site is an essential part of protecting the vulnerable population and care team from those who are displaying cold or flu like symptoms, or who may have traveled to high risk areas, as defined by travel.gc.ca.
For those interested in worshiping with our brothers and sisters at either Redeemer at Didsbury or Foothills Lutheran Church in Calgary, links have provided below to their respective websites for details.
In brief, Redeemer's worship time is 10:30 am and Foothills' worship time at 10:15 am.