What To Expect At City Centre Church
Sundays at City Centre Church are when we gather all together as a church community to worship. We meet in the chapel at Vanguard College (12140 103 St). Parking is available in the lot on 121 Ave between 103 St and 104 St. Map & Directions
The service begins at 10:30 a.m. and is usually wrapped up just after noon. We begin the service by worshipping together as a family, then break for coffee, and come back together again for a message.
For families, we have our nursery (6 months-3 years), and kids ministry (4 years -11 years). Youth are encouraged to stay in the main service with the adults.
All the children are dismissed to their classrooms during coffee break.
We love City Centre, and we think you would too!
Sunday Morning Kids At City Centre Church
We love kids!
Parents/Guardians can register kids on the second floor before the service at the Kids in the City table. Our terrific team of volunteers can answer your questions and point you in the right direction. Once registered, kids can join parents on the third floor in the Chapel for worship. During coffee break, parents can walk their kids to the second floor to their appropriate classrooms. If you need a hand, find one of our volunteers to help you out. They can be identified by their red or green “Love your neighbour” t-shirts.
Nursery (6 months – 3 years) – Our Nursery Leaders have been trained to welcome our littlest ones with love and patience. We know this is an active time of life so we try and engage in active Bible learning. We have a lot of fun in the nursery and we know your kids will too!
Kids (4 years – 11 years) – Our kids leaders have been trained to welcome your children with love and care. Throughout the morning, kids will engage in small groups, games, snacks, and crafts. We want to help kids learn from God’s word and grow in their faith by living it out together Sunday mornings and beyond.
Our prayer for your children is that they will grow in their relationship with Christ and have real encounters with Our Father.