Welcome to Louise Street Community Church of the Nazarene!
Greetings from the prairies of Saskatchewan. Louise Street Community Church is located in the largest city of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. Our building is just south of Circle Drive and Taylor Street, off Arlington Avenue. If you can find the Saskatoon Bridge Club or the Eastview Bowling Alley, look across the street!
Louise Street Community Church is about people and relevance. From the sermon to small group discussions and studies you will find relevance for life in the 21st Century. We are all on a pilgrimage to understand ourselves in all areas of our life. Come and join us as we walk together to explore both God and life. Pastor Steve and his family has been with us since January 2007.
Our church has several pages where you can find information about our various programs and ministries. Feel free to browse using the tabs above. The "contact us" tab will take you to a form that you can fill out and send to us automatically.
We are a small congregation who have had a presence in this city since 1930. We moved into our current building in 1994.
We meet each week in a Community Celebration service Sunday mornings at 10:30. Dress is casual. We have 3 sharing times during the service. The first is after the Scripture is read. We are interested in your response to the passage, initial reactions and even questions. The second is an opportunity to share a prayer request or praise item, maybe a verse of Scripture that you've been reading, or to just let everyone know where you are at. The question we start with is, "How was your week?" The third place for dialogue takes place after the sermon. It is an opportunity to talk with the pastor and others about the sermon, about what you liked or didn't like, about something you connected with or reated to. Our Sunday morning service is not a show. We want it to be part of our dialogue with each person about the common journey we are on.Pastor Steve works through several sermon series each year. Feel free to check the "Upcoming Sermons" tab for where we are currently, or the "Sermon Blog" tab for past sermons (where you can also leave comments.
From September to April we run various small groups. They may include Sunday School as well as prayer meetings and Bible Studies during the week. They provide a place for you to connect with a small number of people that we trust will become your friends. You will have a chance to look into the Bible to see what it says about life in the 21st Century. It will be a time to encourage and pray for one another or to be encouraged and get prayed for. Check the small groups link for a current listing of meeting place, times, and facilitators. Click on the Contact Us link if you have any questions or would like more information about our church or our programs