Mission Statement To effectively provide for the Spiritual and Social Needs of the Orthodox Community of Edmonton as defined by: Observing the Truths proclaimed by the Nicene Creed. Providing Holy Sacraments to its Members and Community. Offering Teachings to strengthen Members Beliefs. Providing Social Opportunities for Fellowship and Enjoyment. Providing Spiritual and Personal Counseling.
We’re a community of Christians who live and worship in the Anglican tradition. We gather so that we can support each other in our various life journeys of faith. We hope to grow in wisdom, courage, and compassion, and we try to serve and love everyone we meet in the name of Jesus, the Messiah. We’re glad to welcome any who are interested in our way of life and hope you’ll find our site a helpful resource. May God bless you, and again, welcome to St. David’s.
Gateway Is A Church Designed For The 21st Century Together we’re striving to become the kind of community described in the Bible – a church with relevant teaching, heart-felt worship, prayer, honest friendships and compassionate care for those in need. In short, we’d like to have the kind of church that is filled with real people and real grace who LOVE GOD, LOVE PEOPLE, & LOVE LIFE! So whether you are a spiritual seeker who’s just starting to ask questions about God or a committed Christian who wants to sink the roots of your faith even deeper, you can find a home here at Gateway. This is an exciting place to be — come and give it a try!
St. Joseph Cathedral, the cathedral church of the Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton, had a humble beginning 1925 as a basement church on the corner of Jasper Avenue and 113th Street. Parishioners worshipped there for decades, until the superstructure was finally completed in 1963. This footage originated as part of CFRN-TV’s Eye On Edmonton program, narrated by George Kidd. It highlights the consecration ceremony for the new building, held on May 1, 1963, the feast of St. Joseph the Worker. The presider was Archbishop Anthony Jordan, who shepherded the Archdiocese from 1963 to 1974. The cathedral is now known as St. Joseph Basilica, a designation made in recognition of the missionaries and pioneers who built the Catholic faith in the Edmonton area. An Invitation to the Door of Mercy from Archdiocese of Edmonton on Vimeo.
Looking for a church with the feeling of a close family? Jasper Place Baptist may be the church for you. Located on 163rd Street in the West end of Edmonton.
We are people bonded together in the Spirit of Christ. Recognizing by faith the gifts of grace in ourselves and our community, together we work, under the example of Christ, as understood by the Lutheran teachings and traditions, to nurture the development of these gifts for service to the church and the world. As the Spirit of Christ encourages us to be the people of God in this place, we encourage each other.
Our congregation at EFMC is a vibrant, multi-cultural group of bible-believing Christians from over twelve (12) countries around the world, and yes, we believe the Bible to be the Word of God from front cover to back cover. We love to sing, clap our hands in Praise & Worship, enjoy chatting and laughing, and possess an insatiable appetite for each other’s (international) cuisine.
Edmonton West Seventh-day Adventist Church strives to reflect the example that Jesus set while he was on this earth. By showing love and building relationships we make this place a home for anyone in the community that is looking for something more. So stop on by and stay a while.There is alway something for someone and we hope that you become part of our family
We hope you’ll join us for a weekend service to see for yourself what we’re about. Through contemporary music and practical messages we present the ageless truths of the Bible in a format that’s easy to understand, even if you’ve never been to church. Each of our locations has a bit of a different feel but our values and vision are the same – no matter what part of the city you meet in.