During the coronavirus pandemic we are live via YouTube and Facebook. Worship begins at 10:45. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and like our Facebook page to receive updates. If you’d like to receive our weekly email updates, please contact us and share your email address with us.
The following is our non-quarantine (usual) schedule:
Ephesians teaches that believers are to speak “to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody with your heart to the Lord; always giving thanks for all things in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ to God, even the Father; and be subject to one another in the fear of Christ” (5:19-21).
The Sunday School hour begins at 9:30 am and is for all ages. Nursery is available (0-2), and preschool (3-5) and primary age kids (6-11) are presented the truths of Scripture from the Generations of Grace curriculum. By the time children are 12 they will have gone through the Bible three times, at ever-increasing depths.
Adults have the option to join for corporate prayer at 9:30 am or for Fundamentals of the Faith (FOF) by John MacArthur, taught by our pastor. FOF is a 13 topic course covering in-depth precious and important truths of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. The course will take 15+ weeks to complete. Some will go through it twice to lock in these precious truths. It’s a great course for those looking at membership or who want to understand a host of theological issues more deeply.
The main event of the week at Prairie Chapel is our Sunday Morning worship service which begins at 10:45 am. It’s a delight to join together to praise God and learn from Scripture. Preaching of the Word, prayer, singing, and thanksgiving are all part of the service.
Each month we host a video call with pastors, preachers, and professors from around the world, as an update on what God is doing through His people for the Gospel. Check out our Shepherds Live page for details.
1929 Interprovincial Hwy.,
Abbotsford, BC V3G 2H7
+1 (604) 854-6111
Sunday Service 10:30 a.m.
“When the soul is overwhelmed with the majesty of God’s glory, though it may not express itself in song, or even utter its voice with bowed head and humble prayer, yet it silently adores. Our incarnate God is to be worshiped as the ‘wonderful’.”
Charles Spurgeon, commenting on Luke 2:18