Weekly News-May 11

Due to unforeseen circumstances, our ‘Kernels of Hope/Tearfund Canada Giving Sunday’ will not be this Sunday.  But instead, we look forward to sharing with you about these ministries, NEXT Sunday May 20th.

Our pastors are home again!  We’re looking forward to having them back with us, as they lead us in worship and as we gather around the Lord’s Table during our morning worship service.  It’s also Mother’s Day, so we’ll be honouring all you lovely ladies out there.  🙂

Looking forward to Sunday.  Gather your family and come join us at 9:45am for Sunday School and 11:00am for our Worship Service.

Enjoy your weekend!

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Weekly News-May 4

This weekend our Pastors, and a few from our congregation, are joining others from across Canada in Winnipeg for the Conference’s Annual Meeting.  Would you be praying for this event?  For all the pastors and delegates that will be present – that God would be praised and glorified through the worship and the business that will take place.  Be praying too, for the Superintendent vote that will be taking place tomorrow. This is a big deal – a new chapter in the life of the Conference.  It needs our continued prayers and seeking God’s will in all the details and future direction of the Conference.

Tomorrow – for ALL youth –  the Amazing Race Youth Social!  At Matt & Jeramie-Lee’s home from 7:00 – 10:00pm.  This is an OUTDOOR event, so please dress for the weather and the dirt!

This Sunday, we have a special guest speaker – Dean Rostad, President of CLBI will be here, sharing God’s word with us.  And the deacons have all ‘lined up’ to take part in the service as well!  So we’re looking forward to a great Sunday! 🙂  Bring your family and join us at 9:45am for Sunday School and 11:00am for our Worship Service.

Have a lovely weekend!  See you Sunday!

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Weekly News-April 27

“Hold everything in your hands lightly, otherwise it hurts when God pries your fingers open.”
~Corrie Ten Boom

These past few months have been a season of change and stretching in my life.  God’s been teaching me, in new ways, to hold things loosely and to trust Him even deeper.  Whether it’s my possessions or activities or identities – or even my loved ones – my natural reaction is to hold on tightly to the familiar, instead of being open to the new.  But then God has to pry open my fingers to let go of the thing I’m hanging on to, that isn’t in His plan or His way for me.  And like Corrie Ten Boom says, “it hurts”!  But our ever-patient God lovingly says, yet again, “Trust Me. Don’t fear. I’ve got you”.  So day by day, I’m learning to trust and to hold these things loosely in my open hands so that He can shape them, direct them or even remove them, as He desires.

“The Lord directs the steps of the godly.  He delights in every detail of their lives.
Though they stumble they will never fall, for the Lord holds them by the hand.”
Psalm 37:23-24

Looking forward to seeing you and your family this Sunday at church.  Sunday School for all ages at 9:45am and our Worship Service at 11:00am.

Have a great weekend & enjoy the sunshine!

P.S.  We’ve done a bit of ‘remodelling’ to the bulletin. Let us know what you think.

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Weekly News-April 20

Tomorrow at 10:00am, we are hosting a seminar entitled “Boundaries”.  Boundaries are personal property lines that define who you are and who you are not, and what you will or won’t allow in your life.  In this seminar we will look at how to respond to the many demands on your time, energy, focus, money and relationships. What does it look like to set limits and still be loving?   This seminar is lead by Pastor Marc & Dixie and is suitable for ages 14 & up.  Childcare is available.  We hope that you’ll be able to join us for this!

We’ve got a couple of special things for you on Sunday.  First, during our morning worship service, we’ll have the Gideons with us, sharing about the excellent work that is happening across Canada and globally.  (If you’d like to financially support them, please make your cheques payable to “The Gideons”.)

Secondly, after the morning worship service, we’ll be having a POTLUCK!  The Pastor’s have been itching to celebrate Spring somehow – so is there a better way to celebrate than gathering together over food & fellowship?!  We think not! 😉  So we hope you’ll stay and join us!  Bring enough food for your family, and a little bit more to share – and we’ll have a great time gathering together after the service.

Looking forward to this weekend.  Hope to see you!

Take care,

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Weekly News-April 13

We wanted to remind you again of the opportunity that we have to feed 250-300 people at The Mustard Seed in Edmonton, on Friday, April 20th.  We’re looking for 10 volunteers to cook & serve the meal (no one under 12 please), as well as monetary donations to help cover the food and supplies needed.  If you’re interested in being a part of this, or if you have any questions, please contact Andy P., Rob or Wayne.

At the Canada Conference AGM in May, there will be a vote on our next Superintendent, Glenn Peterson who has been nominated for this position.  Please click here if you’d like to read more about Glenn and his hopes for the conference.

Join us this Sunday for Sunday School at 9:45am and our Worship Service at 11:00am.

Have an excellent weekend!

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Weekly News-April 6

Tomorrow (Saturday), everyone is welcome to attend Covenant Bay Bible Camp’s Annual Meeting.  The meeting begins at 11:00am (not 10am as we originally thought).  Lunch is provided.  After the meeting, tours of the new Accommodation building will be given.  Click here to access a copy of the Camp’s annual meeting book.

For all youth!  Tomorrow night (Saturday) is “The Amazing Race” at Matt & Jeramie-Lee’s from 7-10pm.  This is an outdoor event, so please dress for the weather.

Two weeks from today, (April 20th) we have an opportunity to feed 250-300 people at The Mustard Seed in Edmonton.  We’re looking for 10 volunteers to cook & serve the meal (no one under 12 please), as well as monetary donations to help cover the food and supplies needed.  If you’re interested in being a part of this, or if you have any questions, please contact Andy P., Rob or Wayne.

Have a great weekend and we’ll see you on Sunday – 9:45am for Sunday School and 11:00 am for Worship.

Take care,

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Covenant Bay Camp Champs-Volume 4

Here’s the last volume of Covenant Bay Camp Champs video series.  A big thanks to Steve and his ‘crew’ for all their hard work on all the videos for the Camp Champs program!

For more information on Covenant Bay, go to their website at:

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Weekly News-March 29

The journey through Lent brings us here – Maundy Thursday – the night of Jesus’ last supper.  A meal that he would share with his beloved disciples, all the while knowing that one of them would betray him, and others would abandon & deny him.  Yet He still served them – washing their feet and serving the meal.  He still loved them, and he submitted to being tortured & suffering a horrendous death for them, even though they didn’t yet understand all that he was doing.  What incredible love.  Betrayed, yet he loved.  Rejected, yet he loved.  Misunderstood, yet he loved.  He didn’t just do this for his disciples.  He did this for me.  He did this for you.  Let this truth sink into the very depths of your soul, as we continue to walk together through this Holy Week.

Come join us tonight, Maundy Thursday, at 7:00pm as we share together around the Lord’s table, with scripture, song and reflection.

On Friday, the journey continues to the cross at 10:00am at New Sweden Mission Church.  We’ll be gathering there with our neighbours as we remember that dark day and all that Jesus willingly went through for us.

Praise God that we don’t have to stay on Good Friday…because Sunday’s a-comin!  On Sunday morning at 11:00am, we will celebrate with Christians all over the world, Jesus’ resurrection and LIFE and the HOPE that it brings for us all.

Can you feel the passion?  And the sorrow?  And the love? All wrapped in the overarching HOPE of this week?  I pray that we all can.  Looking forward to sharing this week with you.


P.S.  We also wanted to mention again the details of Rod’s funeral for you. The Interment service will be held at Malmo on Saturday at 10 am.  The funeral will be held at Calvary Baptist Church in Wetaskiwin on Saturday at 2 pm.

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Weekly News-March 23

This Sunday is Palm Sunday.  We’ll be beginning the worship service with children waving palms and our voices singing Hosanna, as we imagine what that day might have been like, as Jesus made his grand entry into Jerusalem.  (If your child would like to take part in waving the palms, please have them meet in the foyer right before the service begins.)  After the ‘palms processional’, our worship service will continue with songs, scripture, prayer, teaching and fellowship.

We hope that you and your family can join us for this special Palm Sunday service.  (Sunday School begins at 9:45am for all ages.)

Have a great weekend!

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Weekly News-March 16

It’s a quieter weekend for us here at Malmo.  No reminders for you, other than to take note of the upcoming services that you can take part in during Holy Week, beginning next Sunday, March 25th.

But until then, we’ll gather on Sunday at 9:45am for Sunday School and 11:00am for our Worship service.

Have a great weekend and I’ll see you on Sunday!


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