Christian Reformed Church of St. Albert
Worship Services (In-Person and Online)
March 21 Update: We are excited to begin offering in-person worship again! We've missed each other and are thankful for the opportunity to fellowship together. If you feel unready to return at this point, we are happy to continue offering livestream services. If you plan to attend in person, please register online beforehand to help facilitate our adherence to Covid protocols (we are adhering to all guidelines provided by Alberta Health Services). Additional details are available under the COVID-19 Protocols page. See you Sunday!
Pre-Register Each Week: To register for our in-person Worship Service click here.
Sunday morning worship services are also live-streamed:
Through this website or at www.vimeo.com/crcsa where the videos are hosted
In the Bridge App, using the 'Watch' feature.
See the video below for the livestream worship service. Click the Vimeo button if you're trying to get it full screen (takes you to the Vimeo site, where you can make it fullscreen).
April 11, 2021: Worship Service at 10:30 am (In-Person)
Guest Pastor Bill Nieuwenhuis brings a message.
Children's Message Link: http://www.saucsundayschool.com/
Shannon has joined with Pastor Amy at St. AB United Church for some children's video messages. Each lesson will include a story, a song, and some crafts.
Join the Facebook group for additional details and discussions! More Info.
For those of you in our Friendship Group, head to the link below for Activity Packs and Friendship Favourites! Friendship Group Page Link
We welcome the entire family to worship! We offer the following features:
“Song of the Month” - Through weekly repetition, we have the opportunity to learn and enjoy a new song together.
“Verse of the Week” - Based on the Pastor's message, we will read and practice it together, taking it home to memorize for next Sunday.
“Kid Zone” - Kids of all ages can find something that will interest them and help them engage in the worship service. Kids will find a laminated memory verse card and a ring on which to collect the weekly verses. You'll find sermon notes for kids gr 2 and up, crayons and activity sheets for ages two to six, and ribbons to wave during worship. Please deposit all used items in the bin under the table to be cleaned.
Under Covid protocols, we cannot currently offer nursery. However, a family room just off the foyer, is available for your use.
Who We Are
We are a Christian community of believers looking to learn more about Jesus Christ and to share His Good News with all people. Our mission is to reach out to people with God's love, building each other up spiritually and caring for others in Christ. To read more about us, see the 'Who We Are' section through the top menu.
To help you get to know the attendees at this church, an online photo directory is made available.
The Bridge App
'The Bridge App' is a mobile app to help provide regular attenders with new ways to connect and gain information about this church. See the Bridge App page for further information.
The church has recently made it possible to give through an e-transfer (e-mail transfer). E-transfer requires that you be registered for online banking with your financial institution. If you would like to donate by e-transfer send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sermons Available Online
Sunday morning sermons are posted online both in video format. See the Sermons page for further instructions on accessing these. For details on the latest sermon series, click the series image.
Current Series: Guest Sermons
Pastor Tony Maan has wrapped up the Passion of Peter sermon series with the Easter messages. He is away on vacation and will return shortly. In the meantime we have some great guest pastors lined up to bring a message.
Use the map window to help navigate to the church. The entrance is on Grange Dr, just south of Gate Ave across from the St Albert bus depot. 12 Gate Ave, St. Albert, AB, T8N 5W1.
Treaty Recognition: The Christian Reformed Church of St. Albert acknowledges that we are situated on Treaty 6 territory, traditional land of First Nations and Metis people. We respect the histories, languages and culture of our Indigenous sisters and brothers, and commit to truth and reconciliation in our relationship with them.