What to Expect

What to Expect

What are your services like?

Our Sunday morning worship services have a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. From the moment you enter the building, you can expect to be greeted and handed a bulletin detailing some of the week’s upcoming events. People tend to visit in the foyer before the service and sit wherever there is room when the service begins at 10:30. Once the service begins, expect to hear a great mix of songs, a story, prayer, perhaps a creative surprise mixed in now and again, and the Bible read with relevant applicable thoughts gleaned from the text. We wrap things up shortly before noon. At that point, feel free to slip out quickly, or stick around and enjoy meeting a new friend or two after the service.

What’s up this weekend?

July 14/19 – Guest Speaker Jacob Birch

Jacob Birch represents “New Ventures” an initiative of the C&MA and serving in Atlantic Canada. Having planted or helped plant 4 different churches and New Ventures over the last 23 years of ministry, you could say he has been church planting while he’s been pastoring and committed to developing our leaders, not just upping our numbers.

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Over the summer months we will be privileged to hear from a number of special speakers, some from within the church as well as some guests visiting the church.  Our own Pastor Scott will also share from God’s word several summer Sundays.  Let’s look forward together to what  God would communicate through each Sunday’s message from His Word.

What’s up next weekend?

July 21/19 – Guest Speaker Steve Janz

Steve and Natalija Janz have a unique and effective way of developing Christian leaders and evangelizing the youth in Latvia: Camp-in-a-Box. Camp-in-a-Box is an entire camp in a shipping crate that can be transported to any location for use. It includes tents, 75 beds, a kitchen, a large meeting tent, heated showers, toilets, basic sport equipment, program equipment, and essential tools. Camp-in-a-Box is a tool used to complement the mentoring relationships that Steve is building. Each mentor is connected to four kids whom they commit to mentoring for an entire year, before, during, and after camp. These relationships often continue even longer, impacting both the kids and the mentors.

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Over the summer months we will be privileged to hear from a number of special speakers, some from within the church as well as some guests visiting the church.  Our own Pastor Scott will also share from God’s word several summer Sundays.  Let’s look forward together to what  God would communicate through each Sunday’s message from His Word.

How long are they?

Sunday services typically last 90 minutes, beginning at 10:30 and ending at 12 p.m.

What is your style of worship?

Truro Alliance Church enjoys singing a variety of songs, including hymns, choruses, and sometimes kids songs! You will also experience reading Scripture together, the sharing of God-stories, and mission moments.

What is typical attire?

Most people come casually dressed, feel free to wear whatever you like.

Is childcare available?

Between September and June, childcare is always available. Children ages 0-3 are welcome to the nursery, which is staffed with approved volunteers every Sunday. Kids aged 3-8 are invited to join the Bible Fair program, which begins partway through the service and runs from 11:15 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. downstairs during the service.

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