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Community Garden

This is our second year of the community garden and it’s been growing great. The garden is open for everyone in the Prince George community to come and pick vegetables. Below are some pictures from our year of growth. Stop by to check it out if you are in the neighbourhood. Special thanks to Marcelle, […]


Beaverbrae Reunion

Did you arrive in Canada as a refugee? Did you recieve help from CLWR when you were seeking a new home in Canada? Have you been involved in welcoming people to Canada? We’d like to hear from you! Canadian Lutheran World relief is honouring the refugee journey: Saturday. October 3, 2015 2-5 p.m Peace Lutheran […]


Minecraft VBS Video

As we come to the end of our Vacation Bible School for this year we’ve had a couple kids ask about our Minecraft music video. Here it is! Enjoy.


Minecraft VBS Schedule

 Here’s a sneak preview of our schedule and some of the activities. Opening Assembly In our opening assembly the kids meet there good friend Steve. Each morning Steve get’s a piece of God’s armour and the kids learn what each piece signifies. Steve will receive the Belt of Truth, the Breastplate of Righteousness, the Shoes […]


Minecraft VBS 2015 Registration

We’re excited to offer a Minecraft themed Vacation Bible School this year from July 13-17. The cost is $20 per family. We will explore how God built the world and us, what it means to build our lives on rock not sand and building each other up in our relationships. We will also be doing […]


Confirmands Faith Statements

Each year for confirmation the students are asked to write a faith statement. They choose a bible verse that speaks to them, talk about what it means and answer questions like “Have you ever doubted that God exists?” or “What does the word faith mean to you?” This year we had Brenna, Ashley, Brendan and […]


Science and Faith – June 7th Presentations

On June 7th from 7-9pm Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church is hosting an event that addresses our ongoing attempt as Christians to reconcile what we believe is true in scripture with what we experience through science. Is evolution a part of God’s plan for creation? Is the bible a type of science book? What does faith […]


Flight 9525

It’s difficult to imagine how one persons decision can both end the lives of 149 people and change the lives of so many others but on March 24th 2015 it did. Perhaps one of the most difficult parts of such a tragedy is the sense of meaninglessness. What did these people die for? What was […]


Holy Week – Easter Worship

Maundy Thursday Service @ 7 pm Walk of Sorrows on Good Friday @ 12:30 pm Good Friday Tenebrae Service @ 7:30 pm Easter Sunday Service @ 10:00 am Holy Week as it’s known includes Palm/Passion Sunday, Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. At the end of Holy Week we celebrate Easter Sunday. Each year we follow […]


Ashes to Go

Two weeks ago several pastors from Prince George got together for an experiment. It’s an experiment that’s been tried in many other North American cities and so why not try it here. The experiment is called Ashes to Go and happens on Ash Wednesday. The premise is to offer a holy moment in the middle […]

Gold bars

You’re Worth More Than Gold

For it was you that formed my inward parts; you knit me together in my mothers womb. I praise you for I am fearfully and wonderfully made – Psalm 139:12-13 During our last tween group we watched the music video above. It talks about being worth more than gold. We then took pieces of paper […]


Christmas Eve Services

  There will be 2 services again this year on Christmas Eve – one at 5:30 pm and the other at 7:30 pm. Both of these are candle light services which means we light candles towards the end of worship and sing silent night together. The worship itself has readings from the Christmas story with […]


The Carnival of Christmas

After reading a portion of Esther this Sunday I was reminded of Mikhail Bakhtin’s carnivalesque. The book of Esther is born out of the Jewish carnival Purim. Bakhtin talks about the carnival as a time when things that aren’t ordinarily expressed can come out, a time when the high and low things of life come […]


Renewal and Redevelopment Process

Brothers and Sisters in Christ,                            December 1, 2014 Over the past year church council has been exploring and talking about the possibility of engaging in the Renewal and Redevelopment Process that the BC Synod is currently offering. Two groups of congregations and pastors […]


Terror Creates Terrorists

Over the past week Canadians have struggled to come to grips with the killing of two soldiers. Was this an act of terror connected to groups like ISIS? Were these “Lone Wolves,” acting more out of anger towards the system and personal pain than political ideology? Whatever the base motives terror is always the attempt […]


A Time for Listening and Caring by Christina Puchalski

One of the challenges we face as Christians in a very busy world is taking the time to stop and listen to the people around us. This is especially true for those working in the medical system, where demands on time seem endless (along with many other occupations). I don’t have enough time. I have […]


Tween Group Starts October 20th

This year we’re starting our tween group a little later than usual due to the teachers strike. We’ll be meeting on Mondays @ 3:30 pm at the church and going until 5 pm. It’s for ages 8-12 (basically grade 3-7). We spend time playing games, eating, talking about what we believe and also sharing the […]


God Bless America

What does it mean to be blessed? Often we talk about being blessed when things are going well, when we’ve experienced some joy in our life like a new baby or the purchase of a new home. Joseph’s experience of blessing was nothing like ours here in Canada. It came out of being sold into […]