Outreach

EFCE is a caring community committed to intentionally introducing people to Jesus Christ, and inviting them into a loving relationship with Him.

The Nexus Project

By advancing Christian interaction beyond the traditional church, we seek to re-integrate believers, who are living life outside, into the greater Christian community. The Nexus Project seeks to re-connect believers to their biblically prescribed functions of: learning, praying, fellowshiping, worshiping and evangelizing.

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Missions

EFCE is a church with a heart for missions and missionaries, with an emphasis that is both local and global. We believe that the work of the church is missions and the work of missions is the church.

Numerous short-termed and several career missionaries have been sent out from EFCE over the years. Several missionaries, around the world, are supported regularly in the budget. Mission agencies along with several viable charities receive help, during the course of the year as needs arise, resources allow, and the Lord leads.

For more information about the Evangelical Free Church of Canada Mission visit their website.

Missions Brunch

Second Sundays - 9:00am in the Fellowship Hall

On the second Sunday of each month from September through June (with the exception of October) a missions brunch is held at the church at 9:00 am. In addition to enjoying breakfast foods and fellowship, a 20-minute missions presentation is given. These presentations may be our own short-term missionaries reporting back or career missionary presentations from around the world.

Children's Ministry

Children’s Ministry programs are available for all kids aged 2 through Grade 6. Our programs exist to introduce children to Jesus, to teach them God’s Word – the Bible and to disciple them in their faith.

Sunday School

Sunday Mornings - 10:30am in the Fellowship Hall

There is a children’s program offered for all kids age 2 through Grade 6 with songs, memory verses, and Bible lessons on Sunday Mornings during the Worship Service.

Kids Club

Thursdays 2:45pm - 4:45pm at the Church

Kids Club is an after-school program for children in Kindergarten through grade 6. There is singing, snacks, Bible stories, games and crafts! The Club typically runs from mid September to April. 

Summer Day Camps

The church hosts a week long Vacation Bible School (VBS) – a summer day camp for children aged 3-12 during the summer. There is singing, snacks, Bible stories, games and crafts. Dates vary, please contact the church office for more details. 

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Youth Ministry

Youth ministry programs are available for students ranging from grades 7-12. Our programs exist to teach teenagers about God, and invite them into a relationship with Jesus. We also aim to build into our community by providing a safe and fun place for young people to hang out with their friends and be mentored by caring adults.

Friday Night Youth Group

Fridays 7:00pm - 9:30pm at the Church

Meet at the church Friday Nights for an evening of fun with friends. We have a variety of games and activities planned each week, followed by a message and snacks!! 

Small Groups

For those interested in going a little deeper and studying God’s Word there are small groups that meet during the week. Talk to Pastor Austin if you would like to be involved. 

Women's Ministry

The Women’s Ministry (WM) is an active group of women who aim to encourage one another in their faith and connect women of all ages by creating opportunities for friendship, discipleship and growth.

Bible Study

Tuesdays 10:00am-12:00pm at the Church

A Women’s Bible Study meets together to study God’s Word on Tuesdays from 10:00am-12:00pm at the church. All women welcome!

Special Events

The WM enjoys sharing time together monthly or bi-monthly. Activities range from crafting to horse-drawn wagon rides, campfires, a Spring salad suppers and Christmas party. There is a little something for everyone.

Food & Hospitality

What is a get together without food? The Food Committee offers potlucks, picnics, outreach BBQ and lunches after special events.

Compassionate Care

Whether you’ve recently been in the hospital or have just welcomed a new child to the world, this group of ladies’ assist in arranging meals, visits and small thoughtful gifts.

Library

The library offers a wide variety of books; children, youth, adult fiction and non-fiction. As well, there are DVD’s and books on CD. A little something for everyone.
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Men's Ministry

The Men’s Ministry exists to encourage men to connect with each other and facilitate comradery, discipleship, spiritual growth and accountability. Newcomers are welcome to attend any time.

Monthly Breakfast

The Last Saturday of the Month 8:30am at the Town Pump

The Men’s Ministry meet the last Saturday of each month at 8:30 am at the Town Pump in Stettler for fellowship over breakfast.

Bible Study

Every Second Wednesday 6:00-7:00am at Stettler Rentals

There is a Men’s study group that meets at Stettler Rentals every second Wednesday from 6:00-7:00am.

Special Events

There are other special events throughout the year, including activities like skeet shooting, golfing, fishing, motorcycle rides, etc. They’re always looking for new ideas! See the church bulletin for more details or contact the Church office.

Evergreens

This vibrant group of 55+ enjoy getting together bi-monthly for a time of food and fellowship. See the bulletin for details.

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Small Groups

Small Groups are an important ministry in the EFCE. They play a vital life-changing role through Bible teaching, fellowship and discipleship. Big things happen in small groups, and we encourage everyone to find a small group community. Our Small Groups tend to begin in the fall.

Sunday Evening Bible Study

Sundays 6:00-7:30pm at the Church

From September to April all are welcome to join the Sunday Evening Bible Study, from 6:00pm-7:30pm at the church, lead by Pastor Mark. Come and go deeper into God’s word! 

Fellowship

The EFCE is a place to belong and be a part of a caring community. The Fellowship Committee is an integral part of the social life of the church, providing opportunities to connect with others and build strong relationships. They organize various activities and get-togethers, such as a New Year’s Eve Party, Grey Cup Celebration and Summer Church Campout. See the bulletin for more details.

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