Welcome!

The River Church simply desires to be a community of people who orient their lives around the person of Jesus. We want to be like Him! So whether you are well on your way on this journey down the river, or just beginning to explore what it means to step in, the invitation is simple. Open Your Heart to the Adventure - we invite you to join us on this adventure of living a life of faith in Jesus. 

 The River Churches values thatt we long to reflect and live out are these: GET REAL (Grace-Filled, Engaged, Truthful, Relational, Experiential, Authentic, Loving).

This fall, usually the week after Labour Day weekend we will launch into the coming year. With location a bit in flux right now, we do hope to call The Easter Seal Camp on Government Road to be our new home this coming fall (we can rent the Dinish Hall and Patios as well as the outdoor Gazebo with fireplace). So stay tuned late August for more information.

The occasional Sunday when we have 5-Sundays per month, we do something called “The Church Has Left the Building”, where we leave it up to the Simple Church Leaders to go after what God has put on their heart to do in the community (this can be things like prayer walk, a hike or ride that is all about connecting with your neighbour, hosting a community bbq on your street, picking up garbage in a certain area of town).

If you are looking for a Christ Centered Faith Community, and who God made you to be seems to fit who God called us to be, we invite you to join us on four consecutive Sunday's to give you a better understanding of our worship life here at The River Church. Then if after the 4 weeks, you feel at home, and have a clear sense God's Spirit would be delighted if you called the River your church family...we'd love to have you!!!

Check out our website and click on the Events and Community links for more information. If you have any questions regarding Jesus or the life of faith at The River, or you want to do a coffee with Pastor Darcy and Kenda please contact us at darcyr@intheriver.ca

Shalom,
Pastor Darcy Reimer