A CHURCH THAT CARES ABOUT COMMUNITY

Gate Church

The Gate Church Community is a local church for all ages.

They call it caring about community, but actually we think it’s being church as it was intended with lots of focus on the community around us, and less on religious institutions.

We’re a great bunch who simply prefer people to programs and working to make our world closer to how God intended.

All are welcome!

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Always kinks to work out with new things. If you weren't able to tune in today, we will work to fix that so the service is available to everyone after it's over.

Thank you for your understanding. We'll continue making this better each time!
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How do us technology challenged people "livestream"?

Good morning everyone! Tune in to our livestream service at 11 a.m.

Here are all the songs for today if you wish to follow along.

While the opportunity to physically worship together is not an option right now, we are connected in and through the Holy Spirit.
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We aren’t meeting Sunday because ... well everyone knows why at this point. But David Naylor is leading a service with worship and his message via livestream on Facebook. Head to our Facebook page at 11 a.m., or tune in later, but we can still connect through the comments section during the service. ... See MoreSee Less

We aren’t meeting Sunday because ... well everyone knows why at this point. But David Naylor is leading a service with worship and his message via livestream on Facebook. Head to our Facebook page at 11 a.m., or tune in later, but we can still connect through the comments section during the service.

Our gathering this Sunday is cancelled per to Brandon University’s request to not have any organized groups meet in campus at this time.

The sabbatical team is working to determine a short-term solution for future Sunday mornings, and will keep everyone informed in a timely manner.

Please share this information and make sure other Gaters know about the cancellation.

We continue to pray for the safety of those in our community and around the world during this difficult time.
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UPDATE: Sunday, March 15 gathering is cancelled.

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We believe in uncertain times the church is a beacon of hope and community, and will continue to aim to be one for our families and city.
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UPDATE: Sunday, March 15 gathering is cancelled.

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We believe in uncertain times the church is a beacon of hope and community, and will continue to aim to be one for our families and city.

We are excited to have @dyckdwayne from Youth for Christ speak this Sunday!
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See you at the BU Students Union building at 11 a.m.
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In life, we have extreme highs and lows, and Jesus wants to be our trusted companion on that journey. We will explore that relationship with the help of Luke 9:28-43.
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We are excited to have @dyckdwayne from Youth for Christ speak this Sunday!
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See you at the BU Students Union building at 11 a.m.
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In life, we have extreme highs and lows, and Jesus wants to be our trusted companion on that journey. We will explore that relationship with the help of Luke 9:28-43.

See you Sunday at the BU Students Union building at 11 a.m.!
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Our multi-talented worship leader David Naylor is stepping out from behind the keyboard and speaking this week.
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We’re looking at the parable of the Good Samaritan, where Jesus teaches a lawyer that love is not only a noun to define, but a verb to live.
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See you Sunday at the BU Students Union building at 11 a.m.!
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Our multi-talented worship leader David Naylor is stepping out from behind the keyboard and speaking this week.
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We’re looking at the parable of the Good Samaritan, where Jesus teaches a lawyer that love is not only a noun to define, but a verb to live.
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