We know you have questions...

So, we've compiled some of the questions we've run into the most in order to help answer as many of your concerns as possible!

If you still have questions after reading this through, feel free to contact us by hitting the button below!

What time are services?

Our main service begins at 10am in-person on Sundays, and when you arrive, you will be greeted by some very friendly people at the door who can help you find a seat. We also livestream our services during the 10am service.
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What is the music about?

In our main meeting area, you will hear dynamic music with a live band. Their job is to lead us into a time of praise and worship as we sing songs that centre around who God is and what He means to our lives.

Who belongs at CLC?

Both our church and our staff are multicultural, so no matter where you are from, we hope you will feel at home. Everyone has a place here.

What should I wear?

Concerned about what to wear? Don’t be. Wear what you want (just wear something!). Honestly, clothes don’t make us closer to God so please, be yourself. Liberating, isn’t it?!

What's available for my kids?

At the start of service, we have a nursery (age 0-2.5yrs) & preschool/kindergarten (age 2.5yrs – JK/SK) program in our Next Gen wing. After a time of worship, your students grades 1-8 will be dismissed to join our CLC Kids (Gr. 1-4) and Jr.High (Gr. 5-8) programs.  

Our children & youth leaders are annually trained in an abuse prevention program so you can be assured that your children are safe when they attend one of our programs. Upon arrival, please check your kids in using our iPad check-in station.

In the service, what does the pastor talk about?

Every week, you will hear a message on a topic that is relevant, practical and inspiring to help you navigate through every day life. The teaching is based on Scripture and is designed to give you a biblical foundation in Christian living.

Can I bring my phone?

Cell phones and tablets can brought into the main meeting area to use for your Bible or notes (using our guest Wi-Fi), but we ask that you would keep your device on silent during the service.

What is communion?

Once a month, we have communion. Communion is a practice in which we eat bread and juice in order to help us to remember the sacrifice that Jesus Christ made for us by dying on the cross. This practice reminds us of what we believe and also brings us together as believers. Anyone who professes Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour may take part in this portion of the service.

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