Greetings from the Pastor
The congregation started in 1992 with several families that left false religion. I moved here in 2005 from Aylmer, Ontario and it has been my great privilege to serve as pastor since 2012.
I have witnessed wonderful manifestations of the glory and power of God in the midst and many souls being added to the Kingdom. I have seen families come and receive real salvation and their homes and marriages restored. These homes became a wonderful, Godly, stable environment for their children. I have seen young people catch the fire of God in their souls and be passionate for God and His cause. There have been troubled young people that were hopeless cases in the eyes of the world get a hold of real salvation and become stable and useful in the hands of God. It has been wonderful to see preachers, deacons, and teachers rise up in the congregation – what glory and wonder to behold in this time. It is my desire to continue to serve the congregation and be what God has called me to be in the Restoration, the final move of God in this time.
9:30 AM Sunday School for all ages
10:30 AM Morning Service
6:00 PM Evening Service
7:00 PM Midweek Service
|Oct 30-Nov 4, 2018||Steinbach, Manitoba Meeting|
|Nov 21-25, 2018||Revelation Meeting, Paris, TX, USA|
|Feb 4-10, 2019||General Meeting, Greenville, OH, USA|
|Mar 4-10, 2019||General Meeting, West Milton, OH, USA|
|Mar 18-23, 2019||Campmeeting, Ensenada, BC, Mexico|
|May 25-Jun 2, 2019||International Campmeeting, West Milton, OH, USA|
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Steinbach is primarily an agricultural community; however, as the regional economic hub of southeastern Manitoba, Steinbach has a trading area population of about 50,000 people. The city also has many service and commercial businesses to serve the population. Steinbach is the third fastest-growing census agglomeration in Canada. Out of the top eight fastest-growing agglomerations, Steinbach is the only one located outside Alberta. The city had a population growth of 22.2% between the 2006 and the 2011 census periods. The city has gained national recognition as an immigration destination of Canada and a model for immigrant integration in the country.