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Jesus illuminates the truth that what we give attention to, what we treasure, will always capture our hearts. In Luke 12:22-34, Jesus reveals how to overcome worry by putting God’s Kingdom first. Join us as we dive into the passage with Transitional Executive Lead, Carl Waldron. The StAAC Podcast is moving! Please follow this link to connect to the…
 
Have you ever wondered what tithing is all about? Why do we tithe? Join us as Pastor Bob talks about what the Bible says about giving to the Lord and how giving benefits us. StAAC Podcast is moving! Please follow this link to connect to the updated Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/st-albert-alliance-church/id1650283917…
 
Brokenness surrounds us and is within us. In Luke 8:26-39, Jesus encountered a man, so broken that everyone had written him off, but not Jesus. Jesus transformed the man’s life, moving him from brokenness to peace, and from peace to purpose. Join us and Lead Pastor Candidate, Kirk Cowman, as we discover what Jesus wants to do in our story and our c…
 
StAAC Podcast is moving! Please follow this link to connect to the updated Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/st-albert-alliance-church/id1650283917 To be a church that would grow our confidence and capacity in the Holy Spirit is a growth area Jesus highlighted throughout our appreciative inquiry process over this last year. This Sunday…
 
NOTE: StAAC Podcast is moving! Please follow this link to connect to the updated Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/st-albert-alliance-church/id1650283917 In a cultural moment in which much skepticism is mounting towards the church, what might Jesus have to say? Join us and our Guest Speaker, Nathan Carroll, as we look into the gospels …
 
As we wrap up our series, By Their Fruit, join us as we look at some of the most important areas in the lives of those practicing the way of Jesus, gentleness and self-control. Often, our decisions and actions are a reaction built on our emotions, experience and current circumstance. What if a life formed by the Holy Spirit saw us learn to respond …
 
How important is it for you to know that someone is truly good? As you consider who a good business partner, teacher, spouse or coach might be...how important is it to know that beyond just doing the right thing from time to time when it’s convenient, this person can truly be counted on to be consistently good and faithful with the things and peopl…
 
Whether you watch the news or have a conversation with friends, there will probably be some comments about the unrest we are experiencing in our world. Whether it is the realities of war worldwide, political upheaval, pandemic weariness, or financial or relational stress. All of it adds up, and it can feel difficult to catch our breath and experien…
 
As we continue our series, By Their Fruit, we’re going to spend some time looking at patience and kindness. How does patience get produced in our lives by the Holy Spirit, and what is the difference between being kind and being nice or friendly? Is there a difference? Join us on Sunday as Pastor Josh talks about it!…
 
To truly love someone is one of the greatest gifts we can give them, isn’t it? Love is also one of the greatest gifts we can receive - we all long to know that we are truly loved. The last couple of years have been difficult in so many ways. Pandemic realities for example, caused relational tension and loneliness to be at an all-time high. So how d…
 
Fall is upon us, and pumpkin spice is in full effect almost everywhere you go. As the seasons change, it's time to harvest the fruit of a summer's labour in the garden or the field. Long before the harvest, the soil was prepared, and there was work tending to the plants as they grew. Join us on Sunday as we begin our new series, By Their Fruit, exp…
 
We all know what it is like to lose something and then experience the immense joy of finding what we have been searching for! Join us as we conclude our Summer Teaching Series, Jesus Stories, as Pastor Lisa shares the Parable of the Lost Sheep, Coin and Son as we reflect on God’s heart to seek and save all who are lost.…
 
Have you ever been in a season of life where forgiving someone feels impossible? That the hurt they’ve caused and the pain you’ve experienced runs too deep? How do you move on? Is forgiveness even possible? When we focus on the wrong things, forgiveness can seem miles away. If we understand the invitation Jesus offers, we learn that the road to for…
 
In life, we are constantly faced with choices about how we spend our time and energy. We all know there is only so much to go around. It requires us to make decisions based on the value we ascribe to various activities and opportunities. Join us Sunday as we look at how hidden treasure and valuable pearls provide a window into the kingdom of God.…
 
Jesus was often confronted with questions, and often, his answer was in the form of a story. In the case of the Good Samaritan, Jesus not only wants to confront our ideas about who our neighbour is but also challenge our assumptions of mercy and justice in light of our current cultural moment. Jesus is inviting us to a life of radical transformatio…
 
Most parents who have made it through the toddler stage will have experienced the season of a million questions. The curiosity of kids and the desire to understand the world around them can be exhausting for those who are on the receiving end of the questions. As we continue our Jesus Stories series we see Jesus use the persistence of a widow who w…
 
So much takes place over a great meal, doesn’t it? So often this is where relationships deepen, where dreams are freely shared and where meaningful and purposeful plans are made. When someone invites us to share a meal around their table, there is, inherent within the invitation, a desire to simply be with one another and engage something meaningfu…
 
Jesus’ story of the simple mustard seed transforms our idea of what the Kingdom of Heaven means, challenging us to trust God in seasons of trial and waiting. It also gives us a picture of a durable, victorious faith rooted in Jesus’ own life. Join us as we continue our new series, Jesus Stories, and explore the parable of the mustard seed.…
 
We’re kicking off our new series, Jesus Stories, and are going to spend time exploring the parables of Jesus. Join us as we get a picture of what the Kingdom of God looks like and reflect on the role we have in the Kingdom. Jesus has given us incredible gifts; how are they being lived out in the now available Kingdom of God?…
 
Marking milestones is significant. They serve as reminders of the journey we have been on and provide the foundations we stand upon for the road ahead. This week, we gather to celebrate God’s faithfulness through his people as we host the official Grand Opening of our new building. Join us as we take time to acknowledge the ways God has made it pos…
 
There is nothing about the Church that is supposed to be static. Since the birth of the early Church, in the book of Acts, we see a continual calling to dynamic movement. This movement is built out of obedience of following Jesus while empowered by the Spirit. Join us as we look at how we are invited to be part of what God is doing around the world…
 
Living a life of purpose is something we all desire. But how do we find purpose today? God’s vision for His church is a story the world needs to hear; it brings hope, life and meaning and calls us to join Jesus in seeing the Kingdom break out in the world around us. We can’t do it alone. Jesus invites us to journey with Him in His redemptive plan t…
 
In our world today, it's easy to follow the lead of the things and people closest to us. We can distinguish who is leading our life based on our actions, thought patterns, and behaviours. But how would our lives look different if we chose to be led by the Holy Spirit? Join us as Pastor Lisa continues our Empowered series.…
 
Have you ever wondered what real power looks like and where real power comes from? Questions surrounding power, who can be trusted with it and how it should be stewarded are very real and timely in our world today. Join us as we continue our teaching series “Empowered” as we look at the book of Acts and what we learn about where true power comes fr…
 
Have you ever watched the Antiques Road Show? People have shown up with items thinking they were worth a few dollars and find out their item is worth thousands. Or they assume what they have is worth thousands when it is actually a cheap knockoff worth only pennies. Join us Sunday as we kick off our new Series, Empowered, as we look at how the earl…
 
What are you living for? It’s a question that has probably crossed your mind at one point or another during your life. The way we answer the question can set the course for the way that we choose to live - the places we spend our time, how we use our money, it may even impact where we call home. At the core of the question, we are really being aske…
 
So often we surround ourselves in relationships with people who think, feel and behave like we do because we think this is what true Christian unity looks like, but Paul describes something very different in Colossians 3. Join us as we continue our teaching series, Simply Jesus, and look at what true Christian unity is meant to be.…
 
Everyone wants to change. We all have this ideal life we want to live, where sin is no longer an issue. But we find ourselves in a tug of war between our old self, before Jesus, and our new self in Christ. Will it always be this way? Are we destined to live this back and forth life where the things we want to do we don’t do? And the things we don’t…
 
Look at where you want to go, not at the obstacles you are trying to avoid - this is a lesson with multiple applications. As we continue our series, Simply Jesus, Paul’s words challenge the obstacles we often set our sights on that we are trying to avoid. Join us on Sunday as we explore what it means to fix our eyes on Jesus.…
 
We all understand the significance of a good match in relationship! From friendships to business partnerships to marriage the quality of our “union” with people significantly impacts the quality of absolutely everything in our life! Join us as we continue in our Teaching series, Simply Jesus, reflecting on the truth that our choice to apprentice wi…
 
We are living in a time where it seems like there is no middle ground on any issue we face. The polarizing viewpoints are on full blast, and we find it easy to dismiss the ones we see on the other side of the spectrum. Join us on Sunday as we explore Jesus as central to counter formation and how lives can be knit together in a time of division.…
 
As we continue our study of Colossians, this week, we are looking at Colossians 1:24-29. Paul sees how we, human beings, need a purpose. In this passage, Paul talks about the purpose of suffering, the purpose of mission and the purpose of identity and is speaking to all Christians - past, present and future. Join us as we hear from our StAAC Pastor…
 
In any broken relationship reconciliation is a gift beyond measure. To have the fracture mended, to experience undeserved grace in reconciliation is a powerful thing and impacts our lives in meaningfully significant ways. As we continue in our teaching series, Simply Jesus, studying the book of Colossians, Pastor Lisa shares the profound gift of re…
 
Something we say often at St. Albert Alliance Church is that Jesus is First in everything. As we continue in our series, Simply Jesus, Pastor Lisa shares from Colossians 1:15-20. These six verses are widely regarded as the “pinnacle” of all the New Testament teaching concerning Jesus. This beautiful passage is central to who we are at St. Albert Al…
 
When we hear the word ‘hope,’ we often associate it with wishful thinking, something akin to a wish - that our desired outcome will become a reality. Unfortunately, that kind of hope doesn’t have much staying power in the face of uncertainty and disappointment. Join us as Pastor Mike continues our series, Simply Jesus, and we explore the Confident …
 
What do we truly need to experience the kind of life Jesus intends for his followers? At the opening of his letter to the Colossians, the Apostle Paul shares three gifts that result in our spiritual growth, a joyful life, and unshakeable security. They’re also crucial for us here at StAAC as we prepare for a new chapter in our church’s story. Join …
 
“Who’s in charge anyway?” It’s a question that often gets asked on teams, in organizations and workplaces. In seasons of uncertainty, the desire to know who is in charge often intensifies. We look for someone to have the right answers, to know the direction and help us feel a sense of certainty. Join us on Sunday as we start our new series, Simply …
 
Jesus gives us a picture of what’s most important: to love God & to love our neighbour as ourself. As we enter into 2022, how are we intentionally making this a priority? Let’s take time to craft a rule of life for the next year so that we are intentional as we abide in Jesus - through this everything else will come together and our priorities will…
 
Joy is something we all want to experience. However, it seems like life often wants to rob of us that joy. So, we do our best to manufacture it - we try to find it in a gift, a relationship or by distracting ourselves from our circumstances. What if joy isn’t something you create but something you choose? What if, no matter what season of life you …
 
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