Weekend gatherings suspended, click here to learn more. Watch online or on Facebook.

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Updated March 26, 2020

Updated March 24, 2020

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Updated March 23, 2020

Trusting God when life turns upside down.

Updated March 20, 2020

As followers of Jesus Christ, we know we‘re not alone; even in a time of great uncertainty, our God is faithful, He is present, He is not surprised. In the midst of a very legitimate concern this is an opportunity for us to serve those around us. There will be neighbours and friends who need hope and practical support. We can all show the love of Jesus by checking, picking up groceries, prescriptions, or other needed items. At the same time, there are those of us who find ourselves in need of help at this time. You‘re not alone; there are many others on a similar journey.

Where are you in your journey?

I CAN HELP I NEED HELP

 

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Updated March 17, 2020

In light of the recent AHS restrictions on public gatherings we have made the decision to suspend public weekend services at the Deerfoot and Southwest campuses. Our online campus will continue to broadcast on both Facebook and our website faccalgary.com. We would encourage you to gather with your family or small group to worship together with us, albeit in a different format. Services will be broadcast at our usual service times, Saturday 6:30 pm and Sunday 9:15 am and 11:15 am.

The best way to receive regular updates from FAC will be through our FAC Experience app regular news. The app also has an online giving option which will help us to continue ministry operations. We will also post regular updates on our website.

In the midst of a very legitimate concern this is an opportunity for us to serve those around us. There will be neighbours and friends who need reassurance and practical support. We can all show the love of Jesus by checking in on those around us, perhaps going grocery shopping for them or picking up prescriptions if they’re unable to go outside.

This weekend in our Stranger Things series we will look at another unusual story with an invitation to discover Jesus, even in our current chaos. God certainly spoke to me and opened my eyes as I prepared this message and I hope you can join me online.

I love the words of Psalm 121, especially with my view of the mountains driving to work: “I lift my eyes to the mountains – where does my help come from? My help comes from the LORD, the Maker of heaven and earth.” God is with us!

Pastor James