Sahali Fellowship is a family of faith in Kamloops, British Columbia and a congregation in the Christian Reformed Church of North America.
We believe being God’s family means that we are delighted to live the good news of God by blessing others, praying together, inviting over, and sharing the riches of God’s family.
We bless by expressing encouragement to each other, staying connected,
responding to those who are hurting,
and serving in our community.
We surround each other
with prayer
in a variety of ways
across age groups
while inquiring and listening
to each other.
We invite people over
to play with us,
to eat with us,
to worship with with us,
to study the Bible with us,
and into Christ
and the Sahali Fellowship family.
We share the riches of God’s family by listening to God’s word and the Holy Spirit,
telling our faith stories,
and training children and adults to be full, active participants in the faith.


Revs. Michael and Jana Vander Laan


Join us for worship on Sunday mornings. We gather at 9:30 am with the service beginning around 9:45 am.  
Sahali Fellowship Christian Reformed Church
1565 Summit Drive,
Kamloops, BC V2E 1E9
Phone: 250-374-5352
Office Email: sfchurch@shaw.ca 

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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.
  • 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.
  • Dec 30, 2018Therefore
    Dec 30, 2018
    Series: Gratitude
    Romans 12 - "Therefore" - Pastor Mike begins a new sermon series reflecting on the importance of gratitude.
  • Dec 24, 2018Wonderful Child/Wonderful King
    Dec 24, 2018
    Wonderful Child/Wonderful King
    Series: Advent
    Luke 1:46-55 and Philippians 2:5-11 - "Wonderful Child/Wonderful King" - Pastors Mike and Jana's Christmas Eve meditations on the wonder of Christ, the newborn king.
  • Dec 23, 2018We Waver
    Dec 23, 2018
    We Waver
    Series: Advent
    Isaiah 40:12-26; Romans 4:18-25 - "We Waver" - Pastor Jana reflects on our wavering faith and our need for the coming Savior.


     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. A worksheet or other activity is often available during the sermon at a table in the back of the worship space. These are tools to help the kids listen and understand the sermon.
…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.

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.”