Welcome to Sturgeon Alliance Church! Whether you are joining us online or in-person, here are some frequently asked questions about Sturgeon Alliance that will give you a flavor of the church.
We currently meet at 10:00 Sunday mornings for a worship time that lasts about 75 minutes. During that time, we sing a few songs and then open the Bible to discuss what it means for our every day life. If you're joining us in person, help yourself to a coffee either before or after the service and enjoy gathering and fellowshipping with others in our church family.
Our nursery serves families with children aged newborn to 3 years old. Upon arrival, you can attend the nursery to sign your kids in. Our nursery workers are excited to get back into the swing of things when we re-open the nursery on July 11th--there will always be two adults and one youth helping care for your children in the nursery.
Children ages 4 to grade 4 can go downstairs for Sunday School (G-Force). When you arrive, just register you kids at our well marked "Kids Registration" table in the foyer. Our kids have a great time learning about God during their Sunday morning programming. Grades 5 and up sit in the service with everyone else.
We have a large parking lot next to the church and parking for seniors and people with disabilities along the street in front of the church. We also have permission to park across the road at the pea plant.
Dress is pretty casual at Sturgeon Alliance Church. Our pastor usually wears a collared shirt and jeans. Most people wear what they would normally wear when they go out for supper at a sit down restaurant. Don't worry, what you wear does not matter that much to us.
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Complete our digital connection card and we will contact you and help you find your fit at Sturgeon Alliance Church. We have children's programs, weekly youth events, small groups, and other connection events throughout the year. There is a place for you at Sturgeon Alliance Church.