Online Worship

Due to the COVID-19, Sahali Fellowship has discontinued our Sunday worship gathering at the church. However, Sahali Fellowship will be streaming worship services on Sunday mornings at 9:45 via Facebook Live. You can find our Facebook page at .
During October and November, our sermon reflections will be focusing on sayings of Jesus which challenge us on our faith journeys as followers of Christ. We pray that this series will help us grow in living out our Christian faith together.

COVID-19 response

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Sahali Fellowship has discontinued our Sunday worship gathering at the church. However, Pastors Mike and Jana will be streaming a modified worship services on Sunday morning at 9:45 via Facebook Live. You can find our Facebook page at .
Our Holy Week worship will be live streamed at the following times as well as available to view afterwards:
Maundy Thursday (with Communion) – 7 pm
Good Friday – 7 pm
Easter Sunday – 9:45 am
We look forward to remembering with thankfulness these most important events of salvation on which our hope is found.

Everyday Jesus Spirituality

Almost anything can be a Spiritual discipline if it gets you to know and become more like Jesus. During the Lent season, our messages will focus on what can we add to our lives to bring us closer to God. This is not about getting our actions right as it is examining our motives. Am I living with the desire to become more Christlike? Am I living to “know Christ – to know the power of his resurrection and participation in his sufferings, becoming like him in his death, and so, somehow, attaining to the resurrection of the dead”? (Philippians 3:10-11) Join us as we seek God’s way. 

Winter Busyness

Doesn’t life often feel like it gets busier (and crazier) during the winter months? Sometimes it is good to stop, be quiet and let the world around us be quiet too. When we do, we can find a new perspective or thought to strengthen us, or a feeling of wholeness that may escape us most days, and most importantly remember that we have a God who loves us because of God’s own good pleasure. That is something special to rest in!

Watching for Christ’s Coming

December is the time of Advent when we mark our waiting for the coming of Jesus Christ. We look forward to celebrating Jesus’ birth at Christmas, but also Jesus’ coming again to judge the living and the dead. We will be reflecting on passages in Matthew which call us to watch and repent, imagine and dream what God has in store.
Our services start at 9:45 am on Sundays. We will also be celebrating Jesus’ birth on Christmas Eve, December 24, at 6:30 pm candlelight service. Please join us in worship of the Lord Jesus Christ!

Exploring Mark

Beginning Thursday, September 26, at 7 pm, adult bible study will be meeting at the church. We will be looking at the gospel of Mark, and what the good news of Mark means for us and how we live faithfully for God. You are welcome to join us for this study.

Shaping Our Gratitude

Each person wants their character to be formed by gratitude. No one wants to be an ingrate. But how do we grow and live out a life of gratitude? Our current sermon series will explore how our lives can be shaped by gratitude in response to God’s grace in our lives. Please join us as we reflect on how we live gratefully in various aspects of our lives. 

Christmas Eve Service

For Christmas time this year, Sahali Fellowship will be having a Christmas Eve Candlelight Service on Monday, December 24 at 6:00 pm. Our Christmas worship will include songs, a short drama led by the children, and some reflections on the wonder of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. All are welcome. Please note that we do not have a Christmas morning worship service. Merry Christmas!

Work Matters

This Fall at Sahali Fellowship, we will be talking about God’s will for work in our lives. Everyone works whether formally or informally. Yet we often wonder if our work really matters or whether we are truly living a Christian life in our place of work. We will explore the topic of work from various angles and raise questions many of us ask. Please join us in this exploration of an important part of all of our lives. 

I Believe

The Apostles’ Creed has been the unifying statement of faith for Christianity throughout its history. Over the coming weeks, our Sunday sermons will be looking at the last section beginning with “I believe in the Holy Spirit” and then following with “the holy, catholic Church,” “the communion of saints,” “the forgiveness of sins,” “the resurrection of the dead,” and “the life everlasting.” We invite you to join us as we explore our faith together.