We worship Sunday at 10:00 am
in the sanctuary



We believe that Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth and the Life. (John 14:6)

We are called to love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength, and to love our neighbours as ourselves  (Luke 10:24)

We are dedicated to a ministry of hope and healing in our community, across the nation and world-wide.

Food for thought – the weekly message

          United Church Women meet every 3rd Tuesday at 10:00 am

      Bible Studies will resume in the January.

We are a congregation that is active in many ways throughout our community.

Dedicated volunteers are working hard to keep the church open. To any interested within our church or community, you can join us anytime for any of these activities.

Our Mission Statement

We strive to be a place where all people are accepted,, where the love of God is proclaimed in truth and action, and where God’s grace is emphasized in our relationships.
To fulfill this mission we provide:
local and home-bound religious support, community shelter and food bank support,  and national and international missions support

Your church needs your faithful and generous financial contributions
to support our ongoing missions locally and globally and to pay the bills.

For your offering, you can present it to the Lord during the offering time.
You can also give it to the work of the church through the pre-authorized remittance plan (PAR), by completing an
e-transfer to the church:  stjohns@shaw.ca,  or by dropping it off at the church office (check the hours that the secretary is here)

 After 17 years of supporting the Dinners at Home program, the Boundary Pastoral Charge is no longer able to provide this support for the community.

For Dinners at Home information, please contact  Sheilagh – 250-442-2315

Reverend Dale Burkart

Office hours Wed. & Thur. 9:30-12:30
Contact though the Church office    250-442-3311


Reverend Burkart was born in Medicine Hat,  Alberta and grew up in manses in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Graduate Studies in Political Science took him to Ottawa during which time he worked on Parliament Hill and in thirteen elections in four provinces. Out of the blue he received a telephone call inviting him to apply for a Staff Associate position in a downtown Ottawa church. Following five years in that position he enrolled at Queen’s Theological College and upon ordination, served pastoral charges in Montreal.