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COVID-19 An Update on Church Services and Groups

Dear Church Family,

Our church services will continue on Facebook Live until further notice.  Although we understand the desire to worship with one another in person, please refrain from attending the services at the church building. Only essential staff and volunteers should be present to provide the service online as we adhere to the AHS guidelines regarding social distancing.

This Sunday join Holden Dunnett live on Facebook as we study Exodus Chapter 5.  You can also listen to the sermon on our website later that day. 

Children’s Church and Sunday School lessons Gr 1-6 are being provided through video and parent led lesson plans online each week.  Go to the blogs tab on the website and choose NorthLife Kids to take part.

Please continue to give tithes and offering online on our web page at under the "Give" tab.  We need your help to continue regular ministry and have the resources to reach into our communities during this trying time.

Our Soup Kitchen has been deemed essential service and is still running but we desperately need volunteers to keep this service operational.  If you have time to volunteer please come help cook and/or serve from 9:30am - 12:30am.  Go to the back door and ring the doorbell to be let in.  Soup Kitchen serves meals between 11:30-12:30pm.

Ladies Bible Study will continue to meet through Facebook Live on the NorthLife Women's Facebook page Tuesdays at 7pm every week until further notice.  Contact Tara if you have any questions 780-838-3816.

Please continue to pray for your church family, friends and volunteers that continue to serve.  If your family needs prayer you can submit a request on our website at  or email  Your request are then shared with our confidential prayer chain team.

COVID-19 Help and Prayer Group launched on March 18th.  This group is for anyone needing prayer or help getting groceries or prescriptions or any other need because of self isolation.  This is an interactive group so please join so we can stay connected and help each other through this time of isolation. 


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