Frequently Asked Questions

What are the Pastor’s sermons like? We encourage you to listen to some of Pastor Micah’s sermons online.

What should we wear? There is no specific dress code required at our church; people come wearing blue jeans to full suits. No matter what you are wearing, you will be welcomed in our church.

How do I contact the Pastor? If you have questions or concerns that you would like to speak to our pastor about, please feel free to contact him at his office throughout the week, or via phone/email at other times.

Pastor Micah: (780) 727-2829 | entwistlechurch@gmail.com

Does your church offer youth aged activities? Yes, we have various activities aimed at youth grades 6-12, including Sunday school, Bible studies and exciting Friday night youth group activities.

What are your denominational affiliates? Entwistle Community Church belongs to the Baptist General Conference. To learn more about the BGC visit bgc.ca or bgcalberta.ca.

What is the style of music in your Sunday morning service? The music style at Entwistle Community Church varies from week to week.  The church has been blessed with many talented musicians who play a variety of music.

How do I get to your church? We are located in Entwistle, just off highway 16. Turning north into Entwistle, you follow this road roughly 1 km and we are located on the right hand side. You can find a map and contact information here.

What services do you have for infants and young children? During our church services we offer a supervised nursery available to children aged 0-2 years. We also run a junior church service for children aged 3 through to the end of grade 1, which takes place during the regular worship service.

Do you have Sunday School? We do have a Sunday School program which begins at 9:30 each Sunday with breaks during summer and major holidays.  We have classes ranging from nursery aged children through to adults. Everyone is welcome!

What time does your Sunday service begin? Our church service begins at 10:30 am each Sunday.  We encourage you to come a few minutes early to give us a chance to welcome you and get you settled in.