In-Person Worship Gatherings

We Look Forward to Seeing You!

Join us for our Worship Gatherings


Central Campus

4:30pm & 6:30pm

9am & 11am

Airdrie Campus


Bearspaw Campus

9am & 11am

Bridgeland Campus


South Campus




Now live streaming from Central Campus Sat 4:30pm, 6:30pm & Sun 9am, 11am.

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.

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Missed the Weekend? Worship with us Mid-Week, On Demand

We post our Saturday 6:30pm, and Sunday 11:00am services right after they stream on YouTube!


Frequently Asked Questions


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. Let’s all do our part to stay healthy!


Capacity limits on places of worship have been lifted and you no longer need to reserve a seat ahead of time.


Yes, there are no physical distancing requirements. Feel free to sit with friends and family if you are comfortable. If you would like to distance from others, please feel comfortable to do so.


Masks are no longer required. If you feel more comfortable to wear a mask indoors, you are welcome to. We will have masks available if you forget yours.


Physical distancing is possible at all our 8 in person worship services. See an usher at your campus and they can help you find a seat you’re comfortable in.


Sign Language interpreters are available at our Central Campus Saturday 6:30pm services. We welcome those who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing to worship with us in person. Sign up for our email list here for updates in the event of scheduling changes.


Physical distancing and mask requirements have been lifted. We encourage parents to talk with their students and children to decide what they feel most comfortable with. If you would like your child / student to wear masks, they are welcome to.

Any limits on how many Children we can accept will now be limited by volunteer availability.


Physical distancing and mask requirements have been lifted. If they would like to wear masks, they are welcome to.


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. 


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.


Summer 2021: Church family, 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, honor 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  

 September 2021: Pastor Henry preached a message on Romans called “I Am Not Ashamed of the Gospel” in which he also talked about what our focus should be during COVID. Watch the full sermon here:
*For Pastor Henry's comments related to COVID, scroll forward to 32:20.

Pastor Aswin also approached it in this message:

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