The Connection Service is our Sunday Morning Church Service
Each Sunday: 10:30AM – 11:45AM

What can you expect at our Connection Service?
We will provide an opportunity for you to connect with God in a relevant and meaningful way. No Sunday morning service is exactly the same – we typically try to integrate contemporary music, video, drama, story-telling, and a short message from the Bible, all built around a practical theme that can be applied to your life.




Real Hope – Finding Hope in Difficult Times

During W.W. 11 a Nazi war ship torpedoed a U. S. submarine and sunk it. A distress signal was immediately sent out by the commander in the sub. When another U. S. vessel got on the scene they sent divers down to see if there were any survivors. The divers took their knives and tapped on the hull of the ship. They heard taps from the inside replying in Morris Code saying, ”Is there any hope?” That is what many are asking today. Their worlds have been torpedoed and many are in the depths of hopelessness, and they’re wondering if there is any hope for their life, marriage, church, country, and future. Peter reveals the good news – through Jesus there is real hope.


Feb 3  No Place Like Home (1 Peter 1:1-2)
Speaker: Steve Savage

We live in a world that we don’t belong in; we are travellers passing through to another place. As disciples of Jesus we see the world in the light of eternity, always a journey towards God. With that in mind, how should this knowledge decide the value and importance to anything else? How does this dictate my conduct in everyday living?


Feb 10 – Fresh Start (1 Peter 1:3-12)
Speaker: Steve Savage

As disciples of Jesus Christ we have died to self in order to be re-awakened into a new life in Christ.


Feb 17 – Make the Right Choice (1 Peter 1:13-25)
Speaker: Steve Savage

We have a choice to make. Either we live a Christ-less life or we live a Christ-filled life. Since we are called to be Holy the choice is clear.





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Relationship with God. Representing Him to the World