God, who Touches Earth with Beauty

Beginning on June 11 and continuing over the summer (with some interruptions), we will be looking at God’s beautiful creation and how scripture writers often used aspects of nature to help us understand the greatness of God as well as his love for us. The sermon series was prompted by a song entitle “God, who Touches Earth with Beauty”, words by Mary Susanne Edgar and music by Gregg DeMey. Our prayer for these sermons is the same as the opening line of the song: “God, who touches earth with beauty, make my heart anew.”



Sahali Fellowship is a family of faith in Kamloops, British Columbia and a congregation in the Christian Reformed Church of North America
We seek to engage in thoughtful fellowship with God and grow in our faith. We also are a place to know and be known. We are a place to serve God and each other. We are intentionally intergenerational and invite all ages to participate in the life of the church, including children. In short, Sahali Fellowship seeks to be a place where God’s love is made known. 


Revs. Michael and Jana Vander Laan


At Sahali Fellowship, we are thankful for the immeasurable gifts God has given us. You also can share your gratitude by giving to our our congregation’s ministry. Besides the ministry of our congregation, we support other organizations both in Kamloops and around the world which seek to share God’s love. To Donate, click here.  


May God bless you as you give!


Join us for worship on Sunday mornings. We gather at 9:30 am with the service beginning around 9:45 am.  
Sahali Fellowship
1565 Summit Drive
Kamloops, BC

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Jan 27, 2019
Fruitful Lips
Series: Gratitude
Exodus 20:7, Hebrews 13:15-21 (Heidelberg Catechism Q&A 99) - "Fruitful Lips" - Pastor Mike looks at ways use God's name for evil and ways we use God's name for his glory and honor.
  • Jan 27, 2019Fruitful Lips
    Jan 27, 2019
    Fruitful Lips
    Series: Gratitude
    Exodus 20:7, Hebrews 13:15-21 (Heidelberg Catechism Q&A 99) - "Fruitful Lips" - Pastor Mike looks at ways use God's name for evil and ways we use God's name for his glory and honor.
  • Jan 20, 2019Spiritual Worship
    Jan 20, 2019
    Spiritual Worship
    Series: Gratitude
    Exodus 20:1-6; John 4:1-25 - "Spiritual Worship" - Pastor Jana explores the second commandment and what is proper worship to God.
  • Jan 13, 2019God of First Place
    Jan 13, 2019
    God of First Place
    Series: Gratitude
    Acts 17:16-34 (Heidelberg Catechism Q&A 94-95) - "God of First Place" - Pastor Mike reflects on living out our gratitude through the first commandment.
  • Jan 6, 2019Dying for Good Health
    Jan 6, 2019
    Dying for Good Health
    Series: Gratitude
    Ephesians 4:17-5:2 - "Dying for Good Health" - Pastor Jana teaches on what it means to die to Sin and live to Christ.


     Children are part of God’s people and an integral part of our church family at Sahali Fellowship. Children participate in the life of the church, whether in service, worship, prayer, or listening to God’s Word. Likewise, our community builds relationships between children and adults of all ages. As children grow, we disciple them not only in the tenets of the Christian faith, but also in their ability to discern God’s ways and live a Godly life of forgiveness, grace, and gratitude.
When you worship with us on a Sunday morning…
…children and youth worship God with the congregation. We welcome the wonderful sounds children make as we teach them how to worship!
…children and youth share prayer requests, thanksgivings or testimonies during our time of shared prayer, just like the adults.
…younger children who are able to be independent of their parents are welcome to join Sunday School during the sermon. Just as those in the worship space will hear God’s Word, so too will the younger children hear God’s Word.
…for older children who can read and youth, we encourage them to listen to God’s Word with the adults. We encourage adults and youth to discuss God’s Word together.
…children return from Sunday School before the end of the worship service so that as a whole community, we receive God’s blessing as we begin a new week.