If you're thinking about paying us a visit, a great option is to visit us online. We believe this one hour might change your life.
Church of God - Moose Jaw
Sundays at 9:00 AM Sundays at 10:30 AM
Church of God MJ - Media
What to Expect
I'M NEW TO THIS CHURCH IDEA ...
Chat: At any time during your online visit, please feel free to let us know you’re present in the chat.
Prayer: At the end of the service, we’ll post a link for you to let us know how we can pray for you. Once you submit the form, we’ll send you an email letting you know that we received your request for prayer. We’ll send your prayer message to a team of people who will pray for you during the week. In the email, we’ll give you details about how to set up a time to connect or pray with someone personally if you wish.
WORSHIP IN MY LIVING ROOM?
We know it can be a little weird at first. But with some consistent practice, we believe this can be an incredible experience for you and your family. Our hope is that you will create a new activity (spiritual discipline) with your family at home, and that your home will be a place of worship, prayer and where God’s Word is discussed and taught. We encourage you to create a morning routine with your kids or teens and work the “weirdness” out as you enhance a culture of worship.
HOW DO I PARTAKE IN COMMUNION?
We understand that it's a new idea, but it's also helpful to remember that the early church met in homes throughout the Book of Acts and celebrated communion with the elements they had on hand. So whether it's coffee, tea, wine, crackers, toast, or a muffin, please join us with what you have available, giving glory to God and thanking Him for His sacrifice.
I'M SINGLE. HOW DO I WORSHIP CORPORATELY?
We totally understand, but every limitation has an upside. You can crank the music, sing and even dance without worrying what others will think. We also encourage you to engage the chat with words of hope and encouragement, say ”Amen” to the pastor or comment on a truth or verse that stood out to you. Lastly, remember that even Paul in Colossians 2:5 wished he could be with his audience, but still said he was with them in spirit. Paul’s heart was for the church that he was writing to (simply a different model of communication). With this same heart for the church, you can pray in the privacy of your own home for the people that you see who are watching with you, for our leadership, and/or for those engaging in the chat.