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Family Life Church SUNDAY  meets at 204 1st Ave (AUC Education Building) at 10 AM and YOU are invited!

Here is the rundown of what happens on Sunday:

  • 9 AM – Set Up Team is on site, stoked and ready to go.

  • 10 AM – Coffee is served and people catch up with one another.  This is considered part of worship for us… yup… really!

  • 10:10 AM – Pastors try to get the attention of people.

  • 10:15 AM – Pastors manage to get the attention of people. Song leaders and musicians start singing. Kids rhythm band joins in. It’s joyful and chaotic.  Our worship is inter-generational.

  • 10:40 AM – Children move into their own teaching time with staff pastors.  Parents breathe.

  • 11 AM – One of pastors speak.  Church is invited to weigh in; ask questions, or share.

  • 11:25 – Children run back into worship with their latest piece of fridge art.

  • 11:30 – We tear down; talk; drink more coffee. Go home and live for Jesus and others.

“We can be your new church home.”

We are a lively, messy, & joyful!

Meets every Wednesday night at 7 – 8:15 PM at Suzanna’s on Main Street.

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Here is how it works:

  • 7  PM – Doors Open and coffee is served.

  • 7:10 PM – We sing and share a bit

  • 7: 25 PM – Pastor Val ( our teaching pastor) teaches the Bible in a way that is pretty wonderful and practical. 

  • 8 PM – We pray… commit to mission for the week… clean up… head out!




4 PM

204 -1 Ave NE, Airdrie

(Held at the AUC Christian Education Building)

Please join us as we experience great connection and ‘comfort food’ (basic home cooking) in a super relaxed environment.

Bring your kids! Bring your adults!

RSVP: [email protected]

Sponsored by Family Life Church & Partners.

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If you are interested… here is what we recommend.

Come once and see if your family likes it.

Come a second time and see if you like it.

Come a third time because after you come twice,  you are considered family.

Maybe a conversation with one of the pastors.

More info? [email protected]

Real church! Real people! Real simple!