Worship Together In Person

All weekend worship gatherings at Centre Street Church have returned to normal! 

We know everyone will be ready to return to in person worship services at different times. We also know everyone’s comfort levels are at different places. 

We are here ready to welcome you when you are ready, as you are. 

Our desire is that we would all be sensitive to the personal preference of others and “Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo one another in showing honour.” (Romans 12:10)

We’re committed to creating a safe environment for you and your family to gather with us, and we will continue to monitor community COVID-19 rates and best practices for safe gathering. For more details, read our FAQ’s.

Join us for our Worship Gatherings


Central Campus

4:30pm & 6:30pm

9am & 11am

Airdrie, Bearspaw, and Bridgeland Campuses


South Campus





Whether you are joining us in-person or online, we want you to know that you are part of our CSC family. We are one church, in many, many locations – thousands even! We would love to connect with you in the chat or see how you are worshipping from home with family and friends.

Join us live:

Church Online     Youtube

Join our online community:

- Comment in the live chat where you are from or sharing something God has been teaching you!

- Post an image on social media or on your Instagram Story tagging us @mycschurch 

Frequently Asked Questions


Provincially there are no restrictions on distancing, capacity limits and registration. Campuses within the city of Calgary still need to abide by the local mask bylaw while it is in place. If you prefer distancing, consider joining us at Central Campus on Saturdays at 4:30 where we have lots of room for you.


We ask that you do not come if you are feeling sick and join us online instead. By attending in-person you are not sick or have any symptoms of any illness we do not want to pass along to somebody else.  


Registration is no longer needed to attend in person worship services.


Yes! Distancing is no longer needed. You can sit with friends and family!


Masks are no longer a requirement from our provincial or municipal government. You are welcome to wear a mask if you would like to.


Absolutely! If you forget your mask, visit us in the connect area where we can supply one.


There is currently a lot of space at all our campuses. At Central Campus, there is a lot of room at our Saturday evening services for you to be able to distance from others.


We are excited for Children’s Ministries opening again in mid-August or early September (When a sufficient number of volunteers to disciple our children have stepped forward to serve)! There are plenty of opportunities to serve and we invite you to consider these opportunities.


We’re committed to creating a safe environment for you and your family to gather with us, and we will continue to monitor community COVID-19 rates and best practices for safe gathering as defined by AHS. We will also continue to routinely clean our facilities before and after gatherings, provide hand sanitizer throughout our building, and encouraging all to stay home if they are sick.


Yes, you can stay and say hi to your church family and pray for one another.


On average our services are not reaching 1/3rd of capacity. Based on our assessment of other churches in other cities and countries that have re-opened, our own numbers throughout the year, combined with previous survey results, these show us that people will return gradually. Our hope and prayer is that you would feel comfortable returning sooner rather than later. God created us to live life in community with Him and others! It has been too long since we have been able to do that. Let’s start today.


We are so glad you asked how you can help serve in our church! We have countless opportunities available and would love to have you join us. View our Volunteer Opportunities HERE.


Thank you for your generosity! We have giving stations at all of our campuses, or you can give online.


Church family, recently a number of people from our church have reached out to us asking about our position on COVID vaccines and whether they should take the vaccinations. In response to these questions we wanted to share some thoughts with you. 

Firstly, we believe that vaccination is a medical rather than a spiritual issue and therefore we encourage you to do your own research and seek the advice of a medical professional you trust in helping make your decision.

Secondly, for those who have concerns about any spiritual implications of taking the vaccine, we believe taking the vaccine does not affect your spiritual well-being in any way.

It has saddened us to see this become a divisive issue across the world, in our nation, communities, churches and families. We encourage you to uphold unity, honour and respect for others irrespective of your position on Covid vaccines. As Christ followers, may we keep our eyes on Jesus and strive to walk in step with Him to reveal His compassion, grace, and love to a desperate, and hurting world. As Ephesians 4:3 urges us, may we be faithful to “Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace.”

Let’s also continue to pray faith-filled prayers together for this pandemic to end and for all those negatively impacted by it to encounter the Prince of Peace, our God who is Healer and Provider.

If you have any questions or would like to connect with one of our pastors more about this, please email us at 

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