Balmoral Bible Chapel

For Everyone

welcomefamilyWelcome to Balmoral.  Check us out!  Find out what's going on, where we are located, who we are, and how you can fit in.  There is something for everyone here!

For Children

Join us each Sunday at 10:30 am for infant care and Sunday School for children in Grade 5 or yonger.

 Mom's and Dad's we have a nursery for toddlers under age two.  Drop around to look at our facilities and talk to our staff.



For Youth

 Youth activities and programming are ongoing.  Please contact the Chapel Secretary for current and upcoming events.

For Adults

Men, join other men, for thoughtful teaching and prayer, as well as special conferences and events.
Women, we have weekly activities just for you, as well as periodic special events.
PSALMS FOR SUMMER - July 31-September 4, 2016 Print E-mail

One of the most beloved portions of the Old Testament is the Psalms.  It's no accident that for years when the New Testament is published with portions of the Old Testament, one of those portions is the Psalms - I have a Gideon Bible to prove my point!

Where do the Psalms fit into the Bible?

They're different from the books of history (eg. Genesis, I Samuel) which contain the storyline of the Old Testament.  Here we meet the key people, places and events from the past.  They're also different from the books of prophecy which offer a vision of what is to come - sometimes in the near future but more often in the distant future.

So what's in the Psalms?  The Psalms are poetic musings cast in strong emotive language.  In the Psalms we sense the feelings and faith of the people who lived out the storyline of the Old Testament.

Book III of the Psalms features authors like Asaph, the sons of Korah, and David.  These were courageous men and not only because of their national exploits.  They were courageous in their willingness to raise hard questions about the LORD's justice and apparent absence in our world.  

On July 31st, Terry Wiebe will be teaching from Psalm 73, titled, "Is our faithfulness in vain?"  Ever wondered why so many irreligious people have it so good?  They seem to enjoy optimal health, wealth and success.  And then there's you... a devout God-follower whose life seems a mess with troubles galore!  Is it really worth it?  Most of us have felt this way at one time or another.  But few of us have ever gone public with our doubts.  In this psalm, one ancient believer aired his complaints to God in a poem that got turned into a hymn and was sung in public worship! Join us as we wrestle with the question, Is our faithfulness to God in a culture that often could care less really worth the effort?  

Please feel welcome to join us on Sunday at 10:30AM as we worship together with singing (a mix of contemporary & traditional), prayer, expository teaching from the scriptures, and communion, all followed by fellowship over “coffee & sweets”.  In addition, on the last Sunday of the month, we also meet from 9-10AM for a service of communion, sharing and hymns.  Everyone is welcome to join us as we worship God together!


A weekly men's group has begun... every Tuesday evening at the Chapel from 7- 8:30pm

If you are interested in moving forward in your Christian faith (moving slightly out of your comfort zone?), you are strongly encouraged to participate.  This will be a safe place for men of all ages to connect, discuss relevant issues, hear practical suggestions, and discover ways to live life well.  Through guided discussion, bible reading, sharing of personal experiences, and prayer, it is hoped that men will be encouraged, challenged, and inspired as followers of Jesus. 

This group is for any guy who wants to take a step closer to God, and is open to anyone who wants to come & check it out. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to call Dean Edwards, Walter Hogarth, Steward VanMale, or Bob Wing, or contact the church office. 

See you Tuesday! 


This Sunday

10:30 AM - Worship and Teaching Service

Sunday School
and on the last Sunday of the month
9:00 AM Breaking of Bread Service
Plus much more.  See our calendars ....

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