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MISSION:

Joining God in the Renewal of All Things.

POSTURES

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BACKWARD 

Locating ourselves in God's story.

We believe God has been actively at work in our world as witnessed in the scriptures and through the church. We stand on the shoulders of those who have come before us, and rest on the very best of our heritage to influence our practices and worldview.

FORWARD

Anticipating God's movements.

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We understand that our world faces challenges that must be

thoughtfully navigated and negotiated. We are prepared to

risk our comfort and security to help transform evil into good.

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INWARD

Creating sacred space to encounter God.

We commit ourselves to a personal, but not individualistic, devotion to Jesus. We also submit ourselves to one another trusting that in community is where we meet and hear from God.

OUTWARD

Collaborating with God locally & globally.

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We accept God’s invitation to participate in the healing of our world. We welcome spiritual seekers and skeptics, and conspire with God in acts of justice and restoration.

TREATY ACKNOWLEDGMENT:

Respectfully, we recognize that we worship here together on the traditional lands of First Nations and Métis people. We acknowledge that the land we are on is in Treaty 6 Territory.

AFFILIATION:

Lakeview Church is affiliated with the Free Methodist Church in Canada, a worldwide movement with historical ties to the abolishment of slavery, early advocation of women's rights, child labour reform and the establishment of hospitals and schools. For more information, visit www.fmcic.ca

MINISTRY
PArtners

Mennonite Central Committee

Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) shares God's love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice.

www.mcccanada.ca

Hands at Work in Africa

Hands at Work in Africa is a Christian development organization that is driven by the biblical mandate to care for the poorest of the poor.

www.handsatwork.org