What Time Are Your Gatherings?

Sunday evenings at 6:00pm

We start with a potluck of finger-foods and usually meet for roughly 120 minutes.  Our times together include conversation around tables, communion, music, group singing, a message from the Bible, prayer, and opportunity to give tithes and offerings.

How Do I Get There?

Currently meeting at 10318 92 st (in the “Safety City” building).

When You Come

As you arrive, greeters will offer you a bulletin (filled with community announcements and information about our church) and invite you to have a seat at a table.  Please fill out a connection card (inserted in each bulletin) so we can pray for you, answer your questions, or mail you a card later in the week.


Every week, we share the Lord’s Supper as part of our worship.  In the bread and cup, we participate in, celebrate and remember Jesus’ life, death and resurrection.  We practice open communion, so all are invited to join with us in this Christian memorial.  You may partake or abstain, according to your conscience.


As part of our worship of God, we collect an offering each week.  These funds support the work of our church both locally and around the world in a variety of ways and we steward each dollar with great care and accountability.  You are welcome to contribute financially, but we do not want our guests to feel any pressure to give.  If you wish to receive a donation receipt for tax purposes, please use an offering envelope and provide us with accurate contact information.

Casual Atmosphere

We have a relaxed approach to church life and our services have a family-friendly feel from our music (which is different each week) to our space (sharing around tables instead of sitting in rows) to the way people interact (lots of laughs and prayer for each other), the goal is that everyone feels welcomed and comfortable.  Our dress code is very simple: dress however you want!  If you like to dress up, dress up.  If you like to be comfy, be comfy.  It is our goal that everyone feels welcome to be themselves when they come to worship God.

What About My Kids?

At this site, we enjoy an intergenerational experience around the tables.  Kids bulletins and crayons are available from the greeters if you wish.  Our volunteer leaders and all Church of Christ staff follow Plan To Protect procedures but at this time we are not offering separate children’s programming during our gatherings.

Leaders & Staff

  • Andrew Watson

    Eastside Site Pastor -

    Andrew is serving in a half-time pastoral role for our Eastside site.

  • Troy Glowasky

    Eastside Site Pastor -

    Troy is serving in a half-time pastoral role for our Eastside site.

  • Elders Team

    Elders -

    Currently serving: Duff Crerar, Barry Norris, Frank Fehr, John Murray, Joanne Stewart, Jeff Nutting, Karen Oostra

  • Church Board

    The Church Board -

    Elders + Point Leaders = the church board.

    Point Leaders: Paul Oostra(Deacons), Shaun Boivin(Benevolence), Karen Burns(Children), Rosina Norris(Community), Mark Larson(Missions), Duncan McNabb(Stewardship), Nathanael Sterr(Worship & Creative Arts), Naomi Scott(Youth), Pineridge Chair, Adult Ministries Chair

  • Alan Jones

    Senior Minister & Highland Park Site Minister -

    Alan Jones has served as the Senior Minister of the Grande Prairie Church of Christ since 1983. Alan became a follower of Jesus while a Grade 11 student through the ministry of this congregation.

    Alan was given a number of opportunities over his time with the church to pursue educational goals. He earned a Master of Arts in Religion from Emmanuel School of Religion and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Asbury Seminary.

    Alan is passionate about the local church believing the church is intended to be God’s agent of witness and change in the world.