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Pilgrim (Online)

June 2 at 7:00 pm

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Tuesday evenings for 6 weeks this spring

How can you expand and deepen your spiritual life after Alpha?

For those of you who have taken an Alpha course and wish to continue your journey of faith, deepening your understanding of Christ in your life, the Pilgrim course is for you.

Believing that the Christian faith is primarily about relationship, Pilgrim aims to lay a foundation for a lifetime of learning more about God’s love revealed in Jesus Christ and what it means to be his disciple. We will meet together online for 6 weeks this spring as we continue our pilgrimage online!


Email Cathy Gibbs at adultministries@christchurchdeerpark.org to confirm your interest.



June 2
7:00 pm




Rev. Cathy Gibbs

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We are preparing for a re-opening of the church building and in-person worship services! Mark September 13 in your calendar, and click here to find all the details. We long to see you again!

The Story behind our

Tracking Organ

Our magnificent three manual, tracker-action organ was installed in the chancel of the church in the spring of 1982 and dedicated to the Glory of God and in memory of those who died in the First World War and the Second World War.

The organ, built by the Karl Wilhelm Company of Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec, has a classical continental design. The case is made of white oak and the pipe shades are of carved butternut. Voiced in the classic French style, its 36 stops and 50 ranks are capable of interpreting a wide variety of organ literature.

Installation required considerable changes to the chancel including moving the altar forward and arranging choir seating to either side. These renovations prompted the design and production of our award-winning Benedicite Kneelers, done in needlepoint by a dedicated group of church members.