What to Expect

What to Expect

What are your services like?

Our Sunday morning worship services have a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The service begins at 10:30am. You can 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 after 11:30am. At that point, feel free to slip out quickly, or stick around and enjoy meeting a new friend or two – six feet apart of course – after the service.

What’s up this weekend?

Christmas 2020 – “New Testament Psalms”

November 29, 2020 – 1st Sunday of Advent

Service Theme: Zechariah’s Psalm – Breaking the Silence
Service Text: Luke 1:68-79

It is hard to believe that we are already celebrating the 1st Sunday of Advent.  We’ve been enjoying the Psalms and will continue with New Testament Psalms known as the Lukan Psalms – The Songs Of: Zachariah, Mary, The Angels and Simeon.    Today we check in on Zachariah.  It was to him that God spoke, breaking 400 years of silence with some unexpected  news.  

December 6, 2020 – 2nd Sunday of Advent

Service Theme: The Angel’s / Shepherd’s Psalm – For Real!
Service Text: Luke 2:1-20

It is hard to believe that we are already celebrating the 2nd Sunday of Advent.  Earlier we’ve been enjoying the Psalms and will continue into Advent with New Testament Psalms known as the Lukan Psalms – The Songs Of: Zachariah, Mary, The Angels and Simeon.    Today we check in on angels and shepherds both of whom created their own sort of Psalm.  God is at work in your neighborhood – for real!  

December 13, 2020 – 3rd Sunday of Advent

Service Theme: Mary’s Psalm – Anticipation  
Service Text: Luke 1:26-56

It is hard to believe that we are already celebrating the 3rd Sunday of Advent.  Earlier we’ve been enjoying the Psalms and will continue into Advent with New Testament Psalms known as the Lukan Psalms – The Songs Of: Zachariah, The Angels, Mary and Simeon.    Today we check in on Mary and listen to her Psalm of anticipation.  Anticipation is just a fancy word for waiting.  Mary was willing to live and trust into the waiting.

How long are they?

Sunday services typically last 60 minutes, beginning at 10:30 and ending at 11:30 a.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?

We love having children join us Sundays.  We never mind a little disruption in the service, however should you require it, we have an unstaffed nursery available with toys as well as a quiet room for you to take the youngsters.  We need to restrict the nursery to one family at a time, due to provincial Covid-19 guidelines.  However, there are other rooms available as well.   Children are always welcome!!

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195 Truro Heights Rd!